Welcome peaceful viewers to Good People, Good Works featuring the Hope Flowers School in Bethlehem in the Palestinian West Bank, where students shine with the light of hope.
The School, which welcomes children of all faiths, backgrounds and ethnicities, has an enrollment of approximately ２５０ students aged four to １３.
Besides the nine subjects required by the Palestinian Ministry of Education, the Hope Flowers School’s instructors impart creative problem-solving skills and teach the merits of constructive contributions to society.
Also, at the School’s Centre for Youth Development students learn to recognize their inner self-worth, take responsibility for their actions and become independent.
To learn more about this wonderful place of learning, we will now speak with its director, Mr. Ibrahim Issa, who discusses the School and its history.