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Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
Kisha Goulbourne a Grade Six Achievement Test teacher at St Aloysius Primary School in Kingston, gave extra lesson to students yesterday, as they try to be ready for next week's exams.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Richard Byles, President and CEO of Sagicor Life Jamaica, Audrey Sewell, (left) Permsnent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Chelsea-Ann Henry, (second right) Principal of One Way Early Childhood Centre and Kaysha Dixon, (right) chat with students from One Way Early Childhood at the Adopt-A-School launch ceremony at the Sagicor Office in New Kingston on Thrusday, March 19-2009.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Randolph McLean, Senior Branch Manager Sagicor feed students from One Way Early Childhood at the Adopt-A-School launch ceremony at the Sagicor Office in New Kingston on Thrusday, March 19-2009.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
Members of the Maxfeild Park Children's Home Special School perform a cultural item during a signing ceremony held at the home on Maxfield Avenue, Kingston yesterday. The Japanese Embassy yesterday provided the childcare facility with a grant of J$3.5 million for a renovation project to commence in May.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
Left His Excellency,Masahiro Obata Ambassador,Embassy of Japan presents a Cheque to Stacy-Ann Nelson Acting Manager of the Maxfield Park Children Home while looking on is Alison Anderson Chief Executive Officer  at the  grant contract signing ceremony between the Embassy of Japan in Jamaica and the Maxfield Park Childrens Home for a renovation project on Thursday 19.3.2009.
Headline: Papine High turns 50

Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Students of Papine High School look at charts depicting different time-periods in their institution's history. The school was celebrating its 50th anniversary and Open Day on its grounds yesterday.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Elsa Codling, left, Food and Nutrition teacher at Papine High School puts the finishing touches to a cake on display at the school's Open Day, under the watchful eyes of student in attendance.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Sandra Glasgow, (right) Chief Executive Officer of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica chat with Anne Molyneux, (left) Director of CS International, Santiago Chaher, (second left) Consultant Global Corporate Governance Forum, International Finance Corporation and Karl Williams, (second right) of Sagicor Life Jamaica at the welcome cocktails hosted by the PSOJ on the train-the-Trainer programme being hosted by the PSOJ in association with the International Finance Corporations Global Corporate Governance Forum. at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on Thursday, March 19-2009
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Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Sandra Glasgow, Chief Executive Officer of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica chat with Mark Mckenzie, (right) managing director and Vice President of PSOJ and Karl Williams, (left) of Sagicor Life Jamaica at the welcome cocktails hosted by the PSOJ on the train-the-Trainer programme being hosted by the PSOJ in association with the International Finance Corporations Global Corporate Governance Forum. at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on Thursday, March 19-2009
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Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Christopher Bovell, (right) chat with Mary Jo Larson, Principal and Founder of FlexAbility International, Alastair Macbeath, (left) Independent financial Advisor and John Llewellyn, (second left) Attorney at Law and Notary Public Sandra at the welcome cocktails hosted by the PSOJ on the train-the-Trainer programme being hosted by the PSOJ in association with the International Finance Corporations Global Corporate Governance Forum. at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on Thursday, March 19-2009
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Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Heston Hutton, (right) Assistant General Manager, strategic planning and development of Jamaica Cooperative Credit Union League, JCCL in discussion with Donna Parchment Brown, (second left) Chief Executive Officer of Dispute Resolution Foundation, Carol Bernard-Madden, (left) and students Leo Bonner and Crystaline Ramsay of Norman Gardens Primary and Junior High at the Dispute Resolution Foundation (DRF)  boosted  with a Three Hundred Thousand Dollar ($300,000) contribution from the Jamaica Cooperative Credit Union League, the national association of credit unions. The money which was presented at a function at the DRF?s office on Camp Road will be used to subsidise training in mediation for a number of participants selected  from several inner city communities across Jamaica. on Thursday, March 19-2009.
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