Categorized | Local

Christmas around the Emerald Isle warming the festival season

And a little child shall Lead….this was so for Christmas. The schools brought the Christmas Spirit to the Emerald Isle this year with their Jolly little Christmas Concerts.

Taking a visit to the Primary School’s concert starting at the Brades Primary on Wednesday, the children were well into the spirit as they expressed their hearts out in songs, poem, drama and dance. The audiences were well entertained and were wowed out of their seats by renditions both in English and a little in Spanish.

St Augustine School: Man Must Live

The train then went to St. Augustine Primary School on Thursday evening at Cultural Centre where the audience were captivated by the Christmas entertainment which took on a Caribbean style. They gave honour to Arrow by using quite a few of his song.

Lookout Primary was next, having had to postpone theirs from the week before, as they too entertained with the theme of Ginger beer breeze and Coconut tart. The children performed “the twelve days of Christmas visiting” in  different Islands. No one had to wonder the genius of Teacher Edith Duberry.”

Brades-school-concert: Dance

The final stop was at the annual Arts Festival. It began with an opening ceremony, dance extravaganza and launching of Exhibition put on by the four primary schools and the Montserrat Secondary school. And the grand finale was in the form of a concert where all the schools from Nursery to Secondary participated under the theme “Montserrat Old and New”, each school highlighting their own concerts performances.

Leave a Reply

TMR print pages

Newsletter

Archives

CARICOM – Staff Vacancy

CXC HEADQUARTERS - Executive Search

https://indd.adobe.com/embed/2b4deb22-cf03-4509-9bbd-938c7e8ecc7d

A Moment with the Registrar of Lands

And a little child shall Lead….this was so for Christmas. The schools brought the Christmas Spirit to the Emerald Isle this year with their Jolly little Christmas Concerts.

Taking a visit to the Primary School’s concert starting at the Brades Primary on Wednesday, the children were well into the spirit as they expressed their hearts out in songs, poem, drama and dance. The audiences were well entertained and were wowed out of their seats by renditions both in English and a little in Spanish.

St Augustine School: Man Must Live

Insert Ads Here

The train then went to St. Augustine Primary School on Thursday evening at Cultural Centre where the audience were captivated by the Christmas entertainment which took on a Caribbean style. They gave honour to Arrow by using quite a few of his song.

Lookout Primary was next, having had to postpone theirs from the week before, as they too entertained with the theme of Ginger beer breeze and Coconut tart. The children performed “the twelve days of Christmas visiting” in  different Islands. No one had to wonder the genius of Teacher Edith Duberry.”

Brades-school-concert: Dance

The final stop was at the annual Arts Festival. It began with an opening ceremony, dance extravaganza and launching of Exhibition put on by the four primary schools and the Montserrat Secondary school. And the grand finale was in the form of a concert where all the schools from Nursery to Secondary participated under the theme “Montserrat Old and New”, each school highlighting their own concerts performances.