Tuesday, April 23, 2024

School feast

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MORE THAN 7 000 students from primary and secondary schools got the first viewing of this year’s Agrofest at Queen’s Park yesterday.
Accompanied by teachers, the students excitedly toured stalls showcasing local foods, animals, plants, art and craft. 
Minister of Education Ronald Jones, who also toured the exhibits, told the SATURDAY SUN that he was satisfied and happy with the level of intelligence the students displayed as they asked questions.
Here, students of Hillaby Turner’s Hall primary school show interest in the various vegetables displayed at this stall. 

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