The Herald launched a campaign in January to help fix our schools called Put Your Hand Up.
Over the coming weeks, the newspaper will highlight the plight of the schools and publish a list of what is required in the hope that the public will contribute what they can to make a difference in the lives of our young pupils.
Those contributions will be documented in the newspaper in the hope of encouraging more assistance.
“A clean and safe institution will create an environment in which pupils can learn, be happy and flourish. It will restore their dignity and their self-worth.”
- Community activist Christian Martin
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