EDUCATION: Christmas celebrated with dignity at Omer Arrondell school


It was in the courtyard of the Quartier d'Orléans school that Patricia Petchy, the director, and the teaching staff welcomed the parents to attend the performances of the children who showed great talent.

The Christmas spirit was fully invited to the Omer Arrondell primary school in Quartier d'Orléans with a small craft market concocted by schoolchildren and teachers. Jewellery, decorations, candles and customized objects sold at the symbolic price of €1 to €6, the small traders were proud to offer their creations to one-day customers. The salt dough decorations in thematic colors to hang in the tree were not lacking in originality, as were the large silver stars used as candle holders.

Before the Christmas shopping, the parents sat on the chairs set up in the school yard to watch the students' show. After warming up their voices, the children of the choir opened the festivities. Four Christmas carols were on the program, in French with "Petit Garçon", in English with the indispensable "We wish you a merry Christmas", in Creole with "Noel oti nwèl" and in Spanish with "Feliz Navidad" by the CPAs , CPB, CPC, CM1 and CM2. The members of the other classes joined the stage of the artists with other songs like "Zingayo" and "Good kisses from Fort-de-France" as well as the recitation of the poem "My Christmas tree" by the CE1C, all under loud applause from the audience. The dance was honored by the students of CE2 with beautiful pyramids executed brilliantly. The children had a lot of fun performing in front of the parents and the wonderful team from the Omer Arrondell primary school. For the director Patricia Petchy who did not fail to congratulate the young artists, the students continue to improve over the years in the production of shows, memorization and listening to others. The children sang along in a typical Christmas spirit of sharing. Again congratulations to them ! _Vx

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