Ground transportation company Webster’s Tours held its seventh annual “fun day” for primary school children where this year’s theme centered on a love for books.
Webster’s Tours Owner Kenrick Webster said it’s more than providing bouncy castles, food and performances but also to use the fun day to emphasize why education for a young audience is important.
“These young children are the future of the Cayman Islands and it also helps us to come and develop ourselves as world leaders and to become good citizens of this country and that’s what I’m focused on,” Mr. Webster said.
Bodden Town Primary School’s year four student Christopher Powell played the saxophone at the “fun day” and he said despite being nervous he is happy his teacher prepared him before touching the stage. “My Teacher has helped me a lot in doing my saxophone, he’s helped me in my work and all stuff,” Mr. Powell said.
The students also did some singing, read poems and performed skits. Students from the passport to success programme moderated the proceedings.