Children’s Mashramani Competitions Finals

20130214funHaving fun as animals: Regma Primary School performing ‘Jungle Jamboree’ in the Fantasy Category of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214strongStrong: Zeeburg Secondary School performing a dance – ‘Not Easily Broken’-  in the Social Commentary Category of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214hopeThere is hope: Brickdam Secondary School performing ‘A Cry of Hope’ in the Social Commentary  Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214liftedLifted up: Corentyne Comprehensive Secondary’s choice was ‘Hail the king’ in the Religious Beliefs Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214do itThis is how we do it! Skeldon Line Path Secondary School performing in the new Hip-Hop Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214healingA call for healing: Denise Walcott of the West Demerara Secondary School performing ‘Heal our Land’ in the Social Commentary Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214jumpBe yourself! Shannon Griffith of the Wismar/Christianburg Secondary performing ‘Be who you are’ in the Social Commentary Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214bellyBelly slap! Monar Educational Institute performing in the new Hip-Hop Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday. (Photo by Arian Browne)

20130214mapThe flip: New Amsterdam Secondary performing in the new Hip-Hop Category  of the Children’s Mashramani Competitions at the National Cultural Centre yesterday (Photo by Arian Browne)



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