Screen_Shot_2016-03-17_at_8.13.06_PMThe Trial Farm Government School here in Orange Walk has been engaging in a School Improvement Project that offers each student the opportunity to sign up for a club in which they are able to express themselves freely and expand their learning in many areas.

Today an open day was held at the school grounds with the purpose of showcasing the many skills and talents that the children possess.

Naira Romero – Principal, TFGS

“Today’s  activity is to showcase what we have done, this year we are embarking in a school improvement project and as part of that we are doing Club, and in it children get to practice different talents that they have, for example we have the sports clubs, we have arts and craft, we have beading, we have environmental, land escaping and gardening club, first time for Trial Farm that we have done these clubs and we have incorporated it in the timetable so for one time period a week the students get to go to one Club of their choice and then they work on the different items this is what we want to show the public and show the parents that the child might not be gifted academically but the child can do something manually or the child has talent in dancing, singing or the child can also become an agriculturist and can grow his/ her garden at home.”

And while there were many presentations that were performed at the event earlier this afternoon by the music, drama, dancing and sporting clubs, there were other clubs that were unable to present on stage, however, their hard work was displayed at the different stalls around the campus.

Naira Romero – Principal, TFGS

“The stalls showcase the clubs that have not a performance for example we have the environmental club, her stall is showcasing what she has talked to the students on what the students have done from September to now, the arts and craft club likewise so that then the parents can see where their donation went, what their children were doing when their children say oh mom it is club this week or I am going to the club is so that the parent see that it is not a waste of time but it is for the children to practice their different talents that they have.”

Principal of Trial Farm Government School, Nazira Romero, extends a heartfelt thank you to all the parents and teachers who contributed to the event’s success.

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