No ordinary child!

To watch children like Rajarn Paul in action gives renewed hope about Jamaica’s future.

The 10-year-old standout impressed his schoolmates and visitors during Boys’ Day activities last week Friday at Lluidas Vale Primary School in St Catherine North West.

Rajarn Paul (standing third from left) and some of his schoolmates get ready to participate in a six-a-side football competition on Boys’ Day.

Rajarn was calm and unafraid. He took on challenges – big or small, in sports or in academics – and emerged from them like a true champion.

The aspiring soldier proved to be a quick and astute thinker, as well as a firm leader among his peers.

We salute him!


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