There was good news that schools in Thailand, which had been firmly closed
due to the COVID-19 pandemic, would be open for the new semester in May.
Matthayom Banbangkapi Secondary School in Bangkok was also busy to welcome students.

They dusted off the accumulated dust in each classroom and tried to fix up here and there, so that the students would not feel inconvenient when they were back.
The Intl. WeLoveU Foundation (hereinafter referred to as the “WeLoveU”) helped improve the school’s educational environment. They painted a 100-meter-long wall that had been left unattended to create a refreshing atmosphere.

🎨 Start painting with all the materials! 🎨

On the morning of May 8, 25 WeLoveU members gathered at the school.
They held the paint in one hand and the brush or roller in the other,
and hurriedly started painting the wall.

⏱︎ Paint everywhere with care ⏱︎

They painted with care just like they were doing an art work.
How did the school wall change from being spotty?

🚩 School wall with a new look 🚩

Painting the Wall of the School for the New Semester in Bangkok, Thailand
The bus stop in front of the school with beautiful colors
Painting the Wall of the School for the New Semester in Bangkok, Thailand
The neat surroundings of the school entrance

The places where the members touched got a fresh new look.
The faculty and staff of the school were pleased to see the clean exterior of the school and thanked them. The students who came to school after a long period of time, and the citizens who used the bus stop in front of the school, smiled brightly.
The WeLoveU members too felt great after seeing them.

The WeLoveU supports children’s hopes and dreams
through the educational environment improvement project.