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Children again design Prime Minister’s Christmas cards

Children are once again the protagonists in the Christmas cards which will be sent by the Prime Minister. This tradition was started some years ago and is ongoing. This time around, the children of Malta Visual And Performing Arts School have chosen the themes and come up with the official cards to be sent out by the Prime Minister for Christmas greetings.

Some 60 students from Malta Visual And Performing Arts School designed Christmas cards, and six of these have been chosen as the cards which Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his wife Michelle will be mailing with their greetings.

Themes which stand out in the students’ designs include the family, peace and generosity. The styles for ideas presented by Form 1 and Form 2 students range from pencil sketches, to more abstract ones like the one presented by Milen Scicluna, whose card is one of the chosen six.

During the distribution of certificates to the students, the Prime Minister expressed his appreciation, adding that this was not a competition, but rather, a showcase of Maltese students’ talent.

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