Gleaner gives teachers a break!
Published: Wednesday | May 6, 2009
Burchell Gibson, circulation manager, and teacher Mary Nelson go through a copy of the Children's Own newspaper with students at Kensington Primary School in Greater Portmore, St Catherine, on Monday. - Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
As part of its salute to Jamaica's educators, a team from The Gleaner this week went into schools to take classes, giving a break to teachers. Today we share the highlights.
Financial controller and managing director of Sangster's Book Stores, RUdolph Speid, shares a warm moment with students of McAuley Primary School yesterday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Christopher Barnes, The Gleaner's deputy managing director, has the attention of students of Holy Childhood High School in St Andrew on Monday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Anthony O'Gilvie, personnel and industrial relations manager and a Kingston College old boy, talks to students of the North Street-based school about career matters. O'Gilvie took questions from the boys after his lecture yesterday.
Power 106 News Centre News Editor Ceila Morgan tells a story to students at Pentab Basic School, downtown Kingston.
Errol Knight, technology manager, presents a gift to a student of Grade 5P at the Dupont Primary School on Olympic Way in St Andrew on Monday. - photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Terry-Ann Wilson, marketing officer, with students at Whitfield Town All-Age School yesterday. Wilson engaged the students in discussions. - photos by Ian Allen/Staff Photographer