Kingston Wharves Observes Read Across Jamaica Day At Union Gardens Infant School

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It was all fun, games and learning at the Union Gardens Infant School as members of the Kingston Wharves team spent Read Across Jamaica Day with the children. 

The KWL team read stories to the 140 students who ranged in ages from 4 to 6, with the support of their teachers. After the reading exercises, the children were treated to ring games and snacks. 

Read Across Jamaica Day 2023 was held by under the theme, Reigniting a Passion for Reading: Read More, Read Better.”

“We at Kingston Wharves are committed to education and the nurturing of young minds. Reading is a powerful tool to unlock the imagination of our children and set them on a positive road to growth and future success; it is for this reason that we continue to support education in general and Read Across Jamaica in particular,” notes Simone Murdock, Corporate Services and Client Experience Manager.

Mrs Murdock pointed to Kingston Wharves’ long association with the Union Gardens Infant School, stating the company had been consistent in its support for the growth and development of the school over the years, given the schools importance to the surrounding communities.

“We will continue to give of our time and resources to the institution to ensure that the young children receive a good start and have the opportunity to realise their full potential,” Mrs. Murdock stated.  

Principal of Union Gardens Gracie-Ann Moss-Solomon thanked the Kingston Wharves team members for spending time with the students on Read Across Jamaica Day.


Members of the KWL team, along with teachers and students of the Union Gardens Infant School after a Read Across Jamaica session.

KWL team members Maralin Spence and Paula Edwards taking the Union Gardens infants through an exciting adventure in stories and learning.