Rotaract Club of Kingston’s Early Childhood Institute Initiative


Representatives of the Rotaract Club of Kingston amongst desks, chairs and learning aids that their club donated to the St. Barnabas Basic School

The non-profit organization, Rotaract Club of Kingston, also known as the youth arm of Rotary, in particular the Rotary Club of Kingston, has a major education project this year. The goal is to assist select schools in reaching the criteria for full recognition as Early Childhood Institutes by the Early Childhood Commission.

Knowing that 12 standards matter, the Rotaract Club of Kingston completed the first phase by donating chairs, desks and learning aids to the St. Barnabas Basic School of Fletcher’s Land on January 30, 2018.

Kudos to the Rotaract Club of Kingston and the Early Childhood Commission for helping to develop Jamaica’s early childhood education!

Steps to Building a Brighter future for our Children and Building a Better Jamaica.


Ms. Sophia-Ann Williams, Principal of St. Barnabas Basic School being presented with learning aids by the Rotaract Club of Kingston on January 30, 2018

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By: Gabrielle Burgess

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