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Teachers and students from the Dorsetshire Hill and Sion Hill Government schools receive their donations from Flow.
Teachers and students from the Dorsetshire Hill and Sion Hill Government schools receive their donations from Flow.
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Communications and entertainment provider Flow has donated devices to several schools in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in what it said is its continued commitment to fostering educational excellence.

Through the Cable & Wireless Charitable Foundation, the company recently presented essential technology equipment to the Dorsetshire Hill Government School and the Sion Hill Government School to enhance learning opportunities and empower students at both institutions.

The donation included state-of-the-art laptops, monitors, printer, projector with Smartboard and televisions, aimed at enriching the learning environment for students.

“At Flow, we believe in the power of education to transform lives and empower future generations,” Wayne Hull, Flow’s country manager said.

“We are proud to support schools and students across St. Vincent and the Grenadines with the necessary resources to facilitate learning and academic excellence.”

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The primary recipients of this donation expressed profound gratitude for the foundation’s support.

“We would like to express our appreciation to Flow for partnering with us,” Janice Gilkes, principal of Dorsetshire Hill Government School, said.

“I call it a partnership in the investment of our students’ education.”

Echoing these sentiments, Principal of the Sion Hill Government School, Verona Richards added that she is “cognisant of the fact that infusing technology in the classroom makes a big impact on the lives of students and teachers”.

In addition to the donations, Flow has also provided smaller contributions of devices to various other schools, ensuring a wider reach of this initiative.

Among those institutions include Biabou Methodist School, C.W. Prescod Primary School and St. Joseph’s Convent Marriaqua.

Flow also continued its partnership with the St. Vincent Grammar School National French Spelling Bee, Expo and Fashion Show with a donation of two laptops for the winners of this year’s spelling bee competition.

“Flow is dedicated to nurturing talent and promoting cultural enrichment among the youth of St. Vincent and the Grenadines,” Hull said.

“We are thrilled to support initiatives like the French Spelling Bee, Expo, and Fashion Show, which provide valuable opportunities for learning, creativity, and personal growth.”