Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Focus on reading

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Students from schools across the island gathered at Queen’s Park for a literacy fair yesterday, International Literacy Day.
Booths were set up with books and literature for children to read and purchase.
A special feature was a Drop Everything And Read segment where people were encouraged to read for 15 minutes starting at 1:45 p.m.
Here, Minister of Education Ronald Jones speaking to some students of the Wesley Hall Primary School at one of the many booths. (LK)

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