Archive for the ‘Jamaican Art’ Category

At last, at least one primary school has come to introduce the Education Ministry recommended visual arts curriculum.

2017 to 18 has been fun for Grade Four Students of the Allman Town Primary, in Kingston. After learning the foundation of visual Arts and more, the students recently concluded their latest project.

A boardgame competition was ongoing for the latter part of the Easter Term, to hone and master the critical thinking skills of students aged from 9 to 10.

Judging by the students reaction, they were enthused and the school body was no less impressed as they too rallied around to play the games made by schoolmates.

So 15 educational board games now reflect the folk culture and landscape of the island. So far even lower school students claim they learnt about mountains of Jamaica.

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