Brentwood School has come up with a winning formula when it comes to recycling its unwanted Science books – they are being used by secondary school students in Sierra Leone.
The Biology, Physics and Chemistry books were donated to several schools in Temne Town, east of Freetown, through the GAIIM mission, a non-denominational Christian charity.
Thanking the School for its contribution, Pawel and Monika Kuzniar from GAIIM, said: “We would like to express our thanks for the wonderful gifts which you donated to Sierra Leone through our mission. We really appreciate what you have done for us.
“We believe that your gift will help many young people in Sierra Leone to be educated and use the knowledge in the future. If we are able to help even one or two people, then those people can change their nation.”
Headmaster Ian Davies said he was delighted to know the School’s unwanted books were being put to good use elsewhere in the world and he wished the Sierra Leone students all the best with their studies.