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SIXTEEN GRADUANDS of the St Philip’s Primary School have been encouraged to soar to higher heights as they move on to the secondary stage in their education.
The advice, in keeping with the school’s motto, was given by principal Pamaletta Bhamjee and reinforced by Angela Chaplain, former headteacher of Erdiston Nursery.
“Your achievements show that you have started to  soar,” Bhamjee told the parents and graduands assembled at the Shekinah Wesleyan Holiness Church this morning.
Chaplain, also speaking at the graduation, cautioned the pupils to have a positive attitude and turn to a trusted adult when they are faced with peer pressure. (JS)


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