The students of Charles F. Broome Primary put on a great show for their parents and friends over the weekend.
It was a celebration of Barbados’ 46th anniversary of Independence and the Christmas season, and the youngsters from Infants A to Class Four blended the two seamlessly.
Former students also participated in the show that featured the Government Hill school’s choir, line and Latin dancing, a zumba routine, a musical tribute to Pic-O-De-Crop Monarch Red Plastic Bag of which Ragga Ragga, complete with a Mac Fingall, was a hit, poetry, and singing.
Eight-year-old Simeon Maynard also delighted the audience with his congo drums solo. He had earlier accompanied the Infants when they performed Cut De Sugar Cane.
Teachers also got in the do and joined their young charges in performing.
The hall was brimming with patrons and several of them who could not get a seat indoors opted to watch through the windows.
When the more than four-hour show ended, patrons were overheard saying how good it was. (DS)
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