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BT team visits Trinity students

Today, the celebration of Barbados TODAY’S fifth anniversary continued with our ePaper team visiting Trinity Academy in Eagle Hall, St Michael, and distributing more memorabilia. There was the pep talk too to the young students by Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan, heightening their awareness of Barbados TODAY and the positive elements which the social media could serve.

Editor-in-Chief Kaymar Jordan addressing the students of Trinity Academy.
Editor-in-Chief Kaymar Jordan addressing the students of Trinity Academy.
The students received Barbados Today 5th anniversary stickers.
The students received Barbados Today 5th anniversary stickers.

She advised the primary school students to use social media always for good purposes.

Jordan also urged the little ones to reach for the rooftop, but not without reminding them that it would require much hard work.

Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan speaking to the Trinity Academy students (at left).  
Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan speaking to the Trinity Academy students (at left).

“You can make any of your dreams a reality, but it requires a lot of hard work; and hard work means practice and repetition,” she said.

Khaliq Haynes, a Class 3 student, won himself a SupraPad 7” Windows tablet for presenting “the best announcer voice”, with which Jordan was immensely impressed.

 Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan with Khaliq Haynes, who won a tablet for his voice, and classmates.
Editor-In-Chief Kaymar Jordan with Khaliq Haynes, who won a tablet for his voice, and classmates.

Barbados TODAY celebrations will continue for the rest of the week.

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