In preparing for the 2014 Do Right Champions Competition the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago is collaborating with the Ministry of Education on an Integrated Arts Project for all students in Standard Three of the Primary School and Forms Two and Three of all Secondary Schools.
The Ministry of Education has proposed that the Integrity Commission “take full advantage of the new and embedded curriculum” for a widened student and teacher participation in the 2014 Do Right Champions competition. The Ministry of Education is convinced that this Integrated Arts Project will “achieve the desired impact of greater knowledge, understanding and application of Integrity in the everyday life of students and teachers.” The Integrated Arts which will include all disciplines of the Arts – Music, Visual Arts, Drama/Theatre Arts and Dance/Creative Movement. Details on the 2014 competition will be announced shortly.
The annual competition forms part of the Integrity Commission’s mandate “to carry out programmes of Public Education to foster an understanding of the standards of Integrity.” During the past three years the Commission invited students of all schools in Trinidad and Tobago to produce cartoons, poetry, essays, dramatic and musical extravaganzas and to utilise their talent, creativity and resources to focus attention on issues of Integrity.