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May 28, 2016 Admin

Mobilink Torchbearers Take Pehli Kiran School Students to the Movies

Categories: Exposure to Technology. Learning new activities.

Mobilink Torchbearers, employee volunteers of Mobilink, took the students of Pehli Kiran Schools (PKS) on a fun-packed trip to Cinepax, Islamabad. The day was planned around the screening of the recently released animated movie, Angry Birds 3D. The activity was a first for many of the underprivileged children in attendance, as most of these had never experienced a 3D animated movie before.

Jazz Foundation and its Torchbearer teams have a long time association with Pehli Kiran School System. In the past, the Foundation has reached out to its students through regular on-campus visits, donations of school supplies, and renewal of old campuses.

Pehli Kiran Schools (PKS) considers a ‘whole child’ approach in its educational philosophy, instilling confidence and providing character education by exposure to activities and positive role models and positive experiences.

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