Chefette Educational Tour for Over 400 Students

Over 400 students from Six (6) Primary schools across the island received a special treat, thanks to Chefette Restaurants. These students and twenty-four teachers from A. Dacosta Edwards Primary, Good Shepherd Primary, St. James Primary, St. John’s Primary, Mount Tabor Primary and Blackman /Gollop Primary schools, Ambassador “Mikey”, Akela Jones and TwoMileHill along with our Speed Team Girls Michelle, Ashli, Shahaida, Jessica and Hillary all got the opportunity to tour the Airport Fire Station, Harrison’s Cave and PEG Farm & Nature Reserve.

During the tours the thrilled children were given the opportunity to be hands on with the emergency equipment used at the Fire Station, pet and touch the animals at PEG Farm and took plenty of notes at Harrison’s Cave.

One of the Teachers Ms. Lucas of A. Dacosta Edwards Primary school said: “The tour to PEG Farm was educational for the students . The service and hospitality of the Chefette staff and chaperones was excellent.”

Marketing Officer, Marquest Clarke-Griffith, said “The tours to the different places of interest help to expose the children to something new and different on a school day, to be out of the classroom touring seemed like a reward but also the educational side is still very much there.”

Both children and teachers were treated to lunch at our Wildey, Black Rock and Lancaster locations, they were also given Chefette promotional items.

Article published January 16, 2019

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