Somersfield Academy Mini Parade

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Children’s House and Lower Primary students at Somersfield Academy celebrated Bermuda Day with a Mini Parade.

The rain didn’t ruin their beautiful display of costumes and Bermuda Heritage research. In sticking with this years theme for Bermuda Day, the Children’s House students exemplified “Bermudian Excellence” by parading as Bermuda’s best flora and fauna, athletes, invertebrates, mariners and more.

Students in these divisions range from ages 3 to 9 years old. The Lower Primary students created beautiful displays of artwork featuring stories and interviews with local Bermudian Artists, Authors, and Bermuda Heroes such as Edward Richards, Nadia Aguiar, Ellen Kelly, Collie Buddz, Carlos Santana Dill and Shiona Turini.

Press release from Somersfield Academy

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Published May 29, 2019 at 3:02 pm (Updated May 29, 2019 at 3:02 pm)

Somersfield Academy Mini Parade

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