Scenes from the Children’s Masharamani Costume and Float Parade in Georgetown yesterday
Looking to the future: A student displaying the Freeburg Secondary School’s float, which was conceived based on the theme “Embracing Technology for a Brighter Future,” during the Children’s Masharamani Costume and Float Parade in Georgetown yesterday.
This “STEM Classroom” float from Tucville Secondary School could transform from a robot into a computer.
These children were seated on the sidelines of Lamaha Street to view the parade.
Capital buildings: This float from the Department of Education Region Four was titled “Rediscovering the Garden City Georgetown through infrastructural development and patrimony.” It featured the St George’s Cathedral, the Public Buildings, the Independence Arch and the Lighthouse.
“Deep in the jungle hides the Kanaima” was the concept behind the Graham’s Hall Primary School’s float.
These students from St George’s High School were all smiles as they danced along Lamaha Street, making their way to the National Park.
Students from the St Margaret’s Primary School, whose band represented “Ole Higue & Helpers,” prancing along the parade route.
This little girl was leading the Lodge Nursery School band along Lamaha Street en route to the National Park, where the parade ended.
Teacher’s assisting a student from Bel Air Nursery School to carry the float along the route.
Members of the Hin-terland Scholarship Students’ band, dancing along the parade route as they made their way to the National Park.