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REPORT: Port Royal CWS by Tiffany Skyers, student

Posted by on April 30, 2010


On Friday, April 23, 2010 the OAaSIS Foundation came to the Port Royal Primary and Infant School to keep their concert with special guest artistes. They came at 11:40am and began at 12noon.
Before everything started Mr Craig Phang Sang started to talk to the children about his occupation. After a while, he stopped talking. This was where the concert started. Mr Jermaine Gordon helped the children to make a song. The songs that he did were interesting. From his performance, I learned that if you focus on what you want to become, you can be successful.

Tifanny Skyers

Aunt Michelle told us about her job, and then she read us a story called Shaggy Parrot and the Reggae Band. Aunt Melhanie and Uncle Howard did painting with the children.
The most impacting part was when the artistes were performing. The names of the artistes are Rollie Fresh, Boom Steppa, Kimberley Nain, and Keida. The students and teachers enjoyed and are grateful for the presentation.

Tiffany Skyers, Port Royal Primary and Infant School one-day series

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