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Schools celebrate Jamaica Day

Published:Saturday | February 28, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Students at Half-way Tree Primary School joyfully pose together as they celebrate Jamaica Day at their school in St Andrew yesterday.
Seven-year-old Chezrae Morris, of St Joseph's Infant School, played the role of Dutty Boukman, a Jamaica-born Haitian slave who was one of the most visible early leaders of the Haitian Revolution, during Jamaica Day activities at the Duke Street downtown Kingston school, yesterday.
Students at the Norman Manley High School in Kingston dance in celebration during Jamaica Day activities at the school yesterday.
Calabar High School students make a joyful noise with their drums during Jamaica Day yesterday.
Students at Norman Manley High School dance in celebration during Jamaica Day on Friday.
Students of St Joseph's Infant School, Rianna Morgan (left), dressed as 'Miss Venezuela', and Jahdae Hutchinson, playong the role of Simon Bolivar, during Jamaica Day celebrations at the Duke Street, Kingston school yesterday.
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Schools across the island celebrated Jamaica Day yesterday. Here are some pictorial highlights: