IRVING WILSON SCHOOL STUDENTS ENJOY GRADUATION CEREMONIES
At a small but funpacked ceremony on Wednesday 27 June, students from the Irving Wilson School joined together to celebrate the graduation of Victor Ramkissoon, while other students received special prizes for deportment, best attendance, for being the most improved and the most helpful.
Entertainment was supplied by Kwame King and Lavonne Williams who performed Ode to Joy; the senior classes offered a line dancing display, and the Sing and Sign Group gave a heart warming rendition of When you Believe.
Acting British High Commissioner Phil Culligan delivered the feature address, where he encouraged students to try their hardest, and to be cheerful team players whatever they did later in life. He noted that the British High Commission had for over a year been committed to supporting the Irving Wilson School in a variety of ways, including donating supplies for the upcoming summer camp. He presented a graduation certificate to Victor Ramkisson, the sole graduand of the occasion.