Head Teachers and Grade Six Teachers will be involved in a training session this week focusing on the implementation of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment CPEA.
The Ministry of Education will host the workshop from August 19th to 21st at various venues across the country.
The first training session will be held at the Central Leeward Secondary School for Head Teachers and Grade Six Teachers from Primary Schools on the Leeward Side of the island.
Having gained 13 Grade One passes at the CSEC Examinations, Head girl and 2013 Valedictorian of the Girl’s High School, Kaela Barrett is the school’s top performer.
Barrett is among one hundred and thirty-eight students from the School, who wrote this year’s exams.
The other top five performers are Paige Veira with twelve grade Ones, Kimberly Prescott also with twelve grade Ones, Hasani Ellis-Browne with twelve passes which includes eleven grade ones and one grade two, Camila Neptune with twelve passes, including ten grade ones and two grade twos.
The Girl’s High School also recorded 100-PERCENT passes in thirteen of the twenty-four subject areas of the CSEC Examinations, with an overall pass rate of 96.5 percent.
In English A, there was 100 percent passes including 110 grade ones; in English B, 98.35 percent passes with 93 grade ones and in Information Technology General 99.16 percent passes with 61 grade ones.
Source: NBC Radio
A Closing Ceremony will be held on Friday 9th August, to mark the end of the third edition of the Secondary Schools Summer Internship Programme organised by Invest SVG.