Glebe Hill graduates moving on
July 13, 2010
Glebe Hill graduates moving on

Twenty -Seven children have graduated from the Glebe Hill Pre-School, Barrouallie.{{more}}

They were joined in a graduation ceremony at the Evangelical Church, Barrouallie, by parents/guardians, friends and well-wishers.

The ceremony, which took place on Monday, June 28, 2010, was held under the theme “Raising a Generation starting with Early Childhood Education”.

After the morning ceremony, a Graduation Party was held in the afternoon at which the children were sashed and given presents donated by Soroptimist International SVG.

The graduates entertained the audience in choral speech and song while Maurice Whyte gave the valedictory speech.

Karon Hepburn, Supervisor/Teacher in Charge, gave the review of the school year and a recap of the institution’s development over the years.

Addresses were also heard from Gwenette Cambridge, Coordinator of Pre-Schools Ministry of Education, Zone 5 President; Michaela Ollivierre; and parent, Kenroy Duncan. Judith Hull-Ballah, Coordinator Roving Care-givers, delivered the feature address.

Annelle Thomas, representative from Soroptimist International SVG, under whose Presidency in 1988/89, the association with the school was formed, also attended the ceremony .

The Glebe Hill Pre-School started over 20 year ago with approximately 10 children. Since then, the school has developed and is under the supervision of a management committee.

The school works in partnership with Soroptimist International SVG, the first sponsor of the school, the Ministry of Education and the Christian Children Fund.