Focused on the theme “Matatag na Bayan para sa Maunlad na Paaralan,” the project continues to improve one school after another with week-long clean ups and minor repairs of facilities.
KidZania Manila marks its third year of participation in the Department of Education’s National Schools Maintenance Week known as “Brigada Eskwela” as part of the play city’s commitment to help maintain a healthy learning environment for public schoolchildren.
“KidZania aspires to be the best learning partner in child care and education through the transformational edutainment experience we offer. This is the reason why we are fully committed to the Brigada Eskwela program. We are firm believers that creating a conducive, fun learning environment helps build a better world for our students,” said KidZania Manila governor and CEO Cookie Bartolome who lent a hand in the cleanup at Sto. Rosario Elementary School in Pateros.
KidZania Manila volunteers also participated in neighboring school, Palar Elementary School in Taguig City. They joined schoolteachers, parents and other volunteers in the cleanup and assisted with the mild remaking and polishing of classrooms.
The KidZania Manila team also donated sanitary and school supplies for the students as well as gallons of paint and Philippine flags with the aid of their sponsors Ayala Foundation, Green Cross, First Balfour, and National Bookstore.
Through its External Partnerships Service (EPS), DepEd implemented the 16th
annual “Brigada Eskwela” from May 20 to 25, gearing up for the opening of classes this June. Focused on the theme “Matatag na Bayan para sa Maunlad na Paaralan,” the project continues to improve one school after another with week-long clean ups and minor repairs of facilities.
KidZania Manila is located at Park Triangle, Bonifacio Global City. For more details, visit manila.kidzania.com
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