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Greenwich All-Age lauds Petrojam

Published:Saturday | May 28, 2016 | 5:00 AM
Petrojam volunteer Natalia Brown and production manager, Telroy Morgan, are busy giving a much-needed facelift to this stage at Greenwich All-Age School, site of the company’s 2016 Labour Day project.

Principal of Greenwich All-Age Brian Guscott lauds Petrojam Limited's recent Labour Day activities at the institution, noting the timeliness of the intervention and the positive impact it will have on the students.

"I am very pleased and appreciative of the effort that Petrojam has put in to support us as an institution, and we look forward to having the students return to this clean, refreshing learning environment. We are, indeed, immensely grateful," Guscott noted.

"This effort is a continuation of the synergy that exists between Petrojam and Greenwich as, for the past 10 years, the company has provided scholarships to our top GSAT students for high school," he continued.

Petrojam undertook, as its Labour Day activity, the renovation of key areas of the school, including restrooms, the external structure, painting classrooms and other areas, and sprucing up of the garden.

Howard Aarons, teacher at Greenwich, echoed the principal's sentiments. "We are pleased with the support received and with Petrojam for recognising the symbiotic relationship between the students' performance and their learning environment," he noted

"We look forward to greater synergy, and our role will be to show our appreciation by maintaining the things that have been repaired."