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PHOTOS: Jamaica Day

February 26, 2022
PHOTOS: Jamaica Day
Photo: JIS
Grade 8 students are elated as they celebrate Jamaica Day 2022 at the school on Friday, February 25, under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

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Members of staff at St. Andrew High School for Girls show off the outfits they wore to mark Jamaica Day 2022. From left are Keshia Banks-Cushnie, Gertrude Henry, and Shadell Gordon. Jamaica Day 2022 was observed on Friday, February 25, under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

St. Andrew High School for Girls Principal, Keeva Ingram (centre), is flanked by Vice Principals Abigail James (left) and Cherylia Bhoorasingh. Jamaica Day 2022 was observed on Friday, February 25, under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

 

Students of Spanish Town Infant School, (from left) Ariah Thompson, Arianna Kelly and Lashawn Wooley are picture perfect at the institution’s Jamaica Day event on Friday, February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

Teacher at Spanish Town Infant School, Diana Harris, oversees of five year-old students as they view a display of ‘ole time’ Jamaican household items at the institution’s Jamaica Day event on Friday, February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts.

 

Caregivers at Spanish Town Infant School (from left) Neisha Gittens. Alicia Smith and Coleen Clarke have fun as they perform “Hol’ Him Joe” at the institution’s Jamaica Day event on Friday, February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

 

Principal of Spanish Town Infant School, Maxine Scarlett-Campbell (right) and teacher, Karen Rattray in performance at the institution’s Jamaica Day event on Friday, February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

Five year-old Acacia Thomas of Spanish Town Infant School shows how to do Hopscotch on Jamaica Day, Friday, February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

 

Teachers of Clan Cathy Primary School in Kingston address students while they wave Jamaican flags at the event to mark Jamaica Day at their school on Friday February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

 

Teachers and students of Clan Cathy Primary School pose for a photo before the Jamaica Day event at their school on Friday February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

 

 

Students of St. Hugh’s High School in Kingston walk past a display of items displayed to mark Jamaica Day 2022 on Friday February 25. Jamaica Day was observed under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Building Character: Hearts through the Arts”.

 

Last Updated: March 1, 2022

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