Saturday, April 20, 2024

Polite Percy a hit


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Today the students of  Hindsbury Primary School got the opportunity to meet and interact with Polite Percy the mascot.
Percy, who was created by the National Initiative For Service Excellence (NISE) to promote courtesy in private and secondary schools across the island, was introduced to the pupils during the launch of Percy’s Pals Courtesy Challenge. The mascot was appreciated by the students who reached out to touch him. The students and their teachers also got a visit from Minister of Education, Ronald Jones, Chairman of NISE Sir Keith Hunte and NISE’s Chief Executive Officer, Kim Tudor.
Here, Polite Percy reaches out to shake the hands of some reception students. (AH)


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