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Central city to launch free school libraries

Update: November, 26/2016 - 09:00
Young artist: A primary schooler in a painting contest. Đà Nẵng City will launch open libraries at schools to offer free reading for students and local residents. — VNS Photo Công Thành
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ĐÀ NẴNG — The central city’s education and training department will launch free open-air libraries at 102 primary schools for all students and local residents next month.

Department director Nguyễn Đình Vĩnh made the announcement at a press conference on free reading programme at schools.

The department will offer free reading, gymnastics and martial arts training at all primary schools as a pilot project this summer (between June and August).

“We aim to open doors of all schools to local residents: adults, students and kids. There will be a free library, gym arena and play-ground, creating a more healthy entertainment space for people and children,” Vĩnh said.

“I hoped that the project would lure more kids and residents to school for free reading as a favourite habit and life-skill training sessions at schools.”

As scheduled, the department in co-operation with DHC Group will also launch field trip study course at the city’s Hot Spring Park in Hòa Vang District.

The course, which will be organised from late November to next March, will offer free trips for over 8,000 students and teachers from 155 primary and junior secondary schools in the city.

Students will join painting and writing camp contests on topics of environment and clean water protection at the park during a five-month course.

It’s the first ever field trip study that the department has organised for primary and junior schools’ students.

The city also debuted a first public book park for the community in Sơn Trà peninsula under sponsorship from the Korean International Co-operation Agency (KOICA).

Earlier, the Đông Á College in the city also launched an open-air library for students and the community.

Đà Nẵng also plans to design a book street to boost the reading habit among young people. — VNS

 

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