The grade six students of the Pierrot Combined School clearly have a love for the environment, and what better way to display it than publicly for the nation to see.
On July 5, 2013, the students visited the studios of the Government Information Service (GIS) where they replicated a chant which was performed at the last Anti-Litter Schools march. They were awarded a special prize for a voluntary impromptu presentation which was demonstrated at the Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux-Fort after the March on October 14, 2011.
Although it was long overdue, they still staged a magnificent performance as they impressed the staff at the studio with their song and dance.
Following the recording, the students toured the studios and offices of NTN/GIS, learning about the day to day operations.
Later that day, the students visited the Deglos Sanitary Landfill where they were enlightened about the journey which their garbage goes through on a daily basis.
It was without a doubt a learning experience for the students of Pierrot Combined School as well as a fun-filled one!