Grange Hill Primary snags Western Westmoreland Literacy title

Thursday, June 05, 2014    

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NEGRIL, Westmoreland — Grange Hill Primary School walked away as winners of the Western Westmoreland Literacy Competition held at the Negril Hill Golf Club last Friday.

The Western Westmoreland Literacy Competition was initiated two years ago at the request of Member of Parliament for the area Dr Wykeham Mc Neill, under the guidance of Education Officer Phillip Hall.

The annual competition, which is aimed at encouraging reading in schools, is being held under the theme "Reading Towards Global Development."

In attendance at the final and the awardss ceremony were Dr McNeill; Regional Director of Education Hillary Foster; Education Officer Phillip Hall; 16 principals representing all primary schools in western Westmoreland, as well as teachers and other stakeholders.





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