STUDENTS TURN OUT

Multiple groups of senior  students bussed in from schools and colleges outside of the capital city, in the last few days of the Spanish Trinidad exhibition at the UWI Museum. Teachers who organised the field trips focused especially on their students of Spanish and history.

CASE students get an orientation to the Spanish Trinidad exhibition.

CASE students get an orientation to the Spanish Trinidad exhibition.

Munro College students.

Munro College students.

Students came from the southern Jamaica parishes of Clarendon, Manchester and St Elizabeth, and from Portland in the north-east. The most senior were students from the College of Agriculture, Science & Education (CASE) in Portland, who paid close attention to the lecture on the special exhibition, given by UWI St Augustine’s Dr Armando Garcia de la Torre, and screened in the museum.

CASE students take it all in.

CASE students take it all in.

Students from all the schools spent time in the museum’s two exhibitions – Spanish Trinidad, and the on-going exhibition focusing on the Origins of the University of the West Indies.

Some of the Kellits High School students.

Some of the Kellits High School students.

Students read captions in Spanish and English.

Students read captions in Spanish and English.

The Curator talks to students about one of the early UWI artifacts on display.

The Curator talks to students about one of the early UWI artifacts on display.

Students of Christiana High School gather beneath the christmas tree in the UWI Regional HQ before entering the museum.

Visitors from Christiana High School gather beneath the christmas tree in the UWI Regional HQ before entering the museum.

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