University Primary School, Cape Coast, receives trash bins from SHAPE Attitude Ghana
The University Practice Primary School, Cape Coast, received a donation of trash bins, posters and leaflets on environment cleanliness from SHAPE Attitude Ghana on 16th March 2021. Receiving the items, the Headmistress of the school Mrs Georgina Agblobitse, told the pupils of the importance of environmental cleanliness and how it helps to prevent diseases and maintain the beauty of the surroundings. She expressed their gratitude for the donation with a promise that the items will be put to good use and look forward to future collaboration with SHAPE Attitude Ghana.
From left, Mr Wonderful Baisie Ghartey, Mrs Georgina Agblobitse and some of the pupils of the school.
The Founder and CEO of SHAPE Attitude Ghana, Wonderful Baisie Ghartey, on his part praised the school for their clean compound and serenity that the trees provide. He urged the pupils to continue with the good sanitary practices that their teachers have taught them and carry the same message and practices to their homes and fellow children within their community.
Present to receive the items were the Assistant Headteacher, Mr Francis Kyeremeh and the Teachers’ Representative, Mr Kwasi Narh as well as some teachers and pupils of the school.