Sep 22, 2008, 5:40 AM
Gambian Lebanese International School (GLIS), an institution owned by the Lebanese community in The Gambia,
hosted it’s first-ever school based funfair for their students on Friday.
The event was hosted at the school premises around Kairaba Avenue.
Speaking to reporters after the funfair, the director at The Gambia International Lebanese School, Ali Ezzadin, said the purpose of the funfair was to make his students active in their education.
Amidst the funfair, food, games and music were the order of the day at the event promoted values of cooperation and understanding between the students and their teachers.
Ali Ezzadin added that the funfair made it a point to instill in their students the importance of the funfair thus it created real collaboration between students.
The Social and Environmental Studies Coordinator, Gambia International Lebanese School, Musa K. Bah informed press that the school was built in 2010 with a Nursery school and Grade 1-2 with 20 students.
Bah also informed the press that the funfair also provided all teachers in the school a chance to participate while thanking the parents of the students attending the school for their support.