(EMU) – St. Kitts, May 23, 2016: Encompassing the vision of the Cotton Thomas Comprehensive School, which is to promote academic and social learning, the school’s reading week 2016 climaxed on Friday 20th May, with a march through the streets of Basseterre. Students, staff, parents and well wishers came together to promote the importance of developing the skill of reading, among special needs students, under the theme; ‘Splash into Reading’. From 17-20 May the students of The Cotton Thomas Comprehensive School participated in a week of activities that showcased their talents and most importantly the significance of reading. The third annual reading week saw the creativity and talent of students at every tier of the school. Namely; early infants, visually impaired, pre-readiness and readiness as well as the vocational students. The resourcefulness of the students this year was driven by the theme of fairytales.