Starter’s Nursery school hosts inaugural Easter Tea Party

DPI, Guyana, Saturday, March 17, 2018

The Starter’s Nursery School hosted its annual kite flying event with a difference this year. The teachers of the Nursery School coordinated and pulled off an inaugural Tea Party, Hat Show and Easter Egg Hunt along with the usual kite flying, at the Promenade Gardens in Georgetown on Saturday, March 17.

One of the many hats designed by a parent for entry in the hat show.

In previous years, the school would usually host the kite flying at the Parade Ground, however, this year, more activities were added to the calendar event. Speaking with Lisanna Williams, one of the teachers on the Coordinating Committee, the Department of Public Information (DPI) understands that this was in an effort to encourage socialisation among parents, teachers and fellow students of the school.

“This year, we wanted the children to have a little bit more fun, so we decided to have this tea party where we can involve the whole family… For parents, it’s also a time for them to get to mingle with other parents; get to know new persons and to enjoy the whole afternoon,” Williams explained.

The kite flying remains a part of the programme and will be the curtain event for the day’s activities which concludes at 16:00hrs. Attendees will be served with tea and/or a cold beverage of their choice as the children participate in the various scheduled activities.

 

 

 

A section of the gathering at the Tea Party, Hat Show, Easter Egg Hunt and Kite Flying event.

An enthusiastic Starters Nursery student all set with his basket for the Easter egg hunt.

 

By: Delicia Haynes

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