Monday, May 15, 2017

Reading is Fun

Students of the Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School enjoyed Read Across Jamaica Day on Tuesday, May 2, with staff members of the PANJAM Investment Limited and Jamaica Property Company.

The 14 staff members — and one little helper, Grade 6 Hillel Academy student Emily Vaz — visited each class at the institution to share the joys of reading.
The Read Across Jamaica activity was organised by the C.B. Facey Foundation, the charitable arm of PANJAM, and the school’s guidance counsellor Dr. Christine Stennett.

Sylvia Banks (right), principal of Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School welcomes the PANJAM/Jamaica Property Company (JPCo) team (from left) Karen Vaz, group vice-president of human resources & information technology at PANJAM Investment Limited; Sam Cooper, deputy general manager of JPCo; and Brittany Singh Williams, executive director of the C.B. Facey Foundation. The companies went to the school in observance of Read Across Jamaica Day on Tuesday, May 2.
Little reader Emily Vaz, Grade 6 Hillel Academy student — with Anna Ward, Administrative officer of the C.B. Facey Foundation — read to the infant class at the Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School for the Read Across Jamaica Day observance on Tuesday, May 2.



 Juliet Bodley, operations manager at Jamaica Property Company (JPCo), told the grade 3 class at Boy’s Town Infant and Primary School of the story of Jonah and the Whale as they observed Read Across Jamaica Day on Tuesday, May 2. Bodley was among 14 staff members, from PANJAM and JPCo, who visited each class at the institution to share the joys of reading.

The grade 2 class at the Boy’s Town Infant and Primary School enjoyed The Little Engine Could from Sam Cooper, deputy general manager at Jamaica Property Company, as they observed Read Across Jamaica Day on Tuesday, May 2. Cooper was among 14 staff members, from PANJAM Investment Limited and JPCo, who visited each class at the institution to share the joys of reading.


No comments:

Post a Comment