Thursday, April 18, 2024

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THE ONLY thing that the students of Half Moon Fort, Clinketts, St Lucy, did not do was to jump over the moon when they were entertained by Mother Sally, a tuk band and the Darryl Jordan Steel Orchestra as part of the school’s cultural parade yesterday.

Veronica Best, the principal, said the rural school was celebrating its theme for the year – Cultural Heritage – hence the activities.

She also said students toured Bridgetown and its Historic Garrison as part of the culture awareness.

Students also got an insight into Barbados’ culture when guest speaker Stacia Bryan spoke to them about Junior Kadooment.

“This afternoon we are having our inter-class parade depicting different cultural activities of Barbados; where we came from and how we have grown,” said the principal. (RL)

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