Malawi Scotland Partnership (Masp) on Thursday presented awards in the art competition to the Non-Governmental Organisation’s partner primary and secondary schools through the Inspire and Aspire programme.
Masp presented awards to two learners at Lunzu Catholic Primary School, one at Ngumbe Primary School and two at Lunzu Secondary School for winning the art and essay competition held as part of the promotion activities for 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games held in August.
Alinafe Malunguza, an 11-year-old girl and 12-year-old boy Joshua Sauzande both standard eight learners of Lunzu Catholic and Mike Goodwin of Ngumbe Primary Schools won in drawing art while the secondary school students of Lunzu Elisa Edwin and George Maxwell won essay competition.
Masp National Coordinator Happy Edward Makala said the competition was open to selected schools across the country in which the entrants were required to draw an art picture for primary schools while secondary schools were required to write easy on the theme Malawi’s Heroes.
Masp presented pencils, 10 exercise books and mathematical equipment box to all the five winners.
Lunzu Primary and Secondary Schools each received a football and netball while Ngumbe Primary got a football.
Mary Muheriwa, Headteacher for Lunzu Catholi Primary School commended Masp for giving out awards for the competition which she said would motivate the learners to enter such competitions.
The prizes will really encourage them to take such competitions seriously,” she said.
Deputy Headteacher for Lunzu Secondary Adolf Dangwe also applauded Masp for the presenting the awards.
“On behalf of the Headteacher and the school I would like to thank Masp for the presenting the awards for the competition,” Dangwe said.
“It is not the type of prizes but the recognition that matters most.”—Courtesy of MaspFollow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :