Students entertain hundreds on pan at ‘Logos Hope’

 

The sweet sound of pan filled the air on board the MV Logos Hope on Thursday January 9, 2020, as pupils from St Ursula’s Girls’ Anglican and Moruga Government Primary schools entertained hundreds of persons visiting the non-profit mobile bookstore.

The Multicultural Music Programme Unit (MMPU) of the Ministry of Education organised the initiative. It provided an opportunity for our pupils to display their musical talents using the national instrument.

Thousands of our pupils from schools across the country will have the opportunity to visit the MV Logos Hope while it is docked in Port of Spain from January 2 to 26, 2020. The School Supervision Division of the Ministry of Education is liaising with the principals for pupils to visit the ship.

Members of the Strategic Executive Team of the Ministry of Education met with representatives of the ship on Friday December 6, 2019, at the Education Towers Port of Spain, to coordinate the involvement of the nation’s schools and pupils and how the Ministry can support the Logos Hope team during their stay in Trinidad.

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