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Prospect Primary delivers 'The Best Christmas Ever'

“The Best Christmas Ever” was the title of the Prospect Primary School's Christmas production, a musical performed by students from all the year groups for two nights.As fitting for a musical, there was lots of singing and dancing, an appearance by the Show Choir, the school's puppeteers and the Primary One handbell choir.Jazari Caisey, a ten-year old primary six student was Mr Bymore, the owner of the Washington. “I was scared on the first night,” she admitted, “ but on Wednesday night I was excited to be up on the stage. I came in from the rear of the assembly hall and nobody knew where I was at first.”“My character was trying to get more shoppers in the mall so that the businesses would have more money,” Jazari explained. “At the end of the play I had to read a page out of the Bible. It was difficult but I tried and did a good job. I enjoyed being Mr Bymore. From this character I learned that it is hard to be an owner of a business without assistance from other people.”On the first night Minister of Education, Dame Jennifer Smith, the Permanent Secretary for Education Warren Jones and the Minister of the Environment Walter Roban attended. On the second night, Donna Kelley, the education officer for Language Arts was in attendance with parents and friends. The students received many compliments for a wonderful production.

'Everyone has a talent inside of them'