Prime Minister Philip J Pierre visited the Ave Maria Girls Infant School to interact and engage with the students in the educational and physical activities.
Castries, St Lucia: Prime Minister Philip J Pierre visited the Ave Maria Girls Infant School to interact and engage with the students in the educational and physical activities talks.
On Wednesday, June 1, 2022, he paid an official visit and expressed pleasure to met with the children. PM Pierre stated that his mother had given many years of service as a teacher in the school.
He outlined that PM Pierre also interacted with the girls of the school and shared bible stories with the students as they and their teachers culminated their Reading Month activities with Character Day.
Through his social media, Prime Minister Philip J Pierre shared the verse from Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
PM Pierre also stated that Yesterday, he visited the Ave Maria Girls Infant School, where his late mother gave many years of service as a teacher.
“I had the pleasure to share with the girls one of my favourite bible stories as they and their teachers culminated their Reading Month activities with Character Day,” he added.
PM Philip J Pierre stressed that he would work for the upliftment and betterment of the people by keeping in mind that there is a need to protect future generations‘ patrimony.
He expressed, “Let us continue to work in the interest of our people, mindful that we are also to protect the patrimony of future generations.”
Earlier, as part of its efforts to educate students on the benefits of physical activity, the Nutrition Unit recently visited the Patience Mon Repos Combined School and engaged the students in educational talks and fun-filled physical activities.
Chief Nutritionist Lisa Hunt says this initiative is necessary and believes making physical activity fun and creative will encourage students to continue exercising and remain healthy.
“We realized that children are very inactive. Especially as the summer is just around the corner, we want to encourage them to be more physically activity and so whatever we are teaching them here today is that we want them to know that physical activity does not always have to be structured. You can have fun activities, for example, today we did hula hoop, hop pooch, we did skipping with them and a number of activities that they quick enjoyed.”
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