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Late grandma was inspiration for CPEA 2nd place student

One of the two students who tied for second in this year’s Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment said she wanted to do well for her...

Student credits ‘awesome teacher’ for her CPEA 2nd place

Genevieve Elizabeth McMaster, the Windsor Primary School student who scored 97.6 per cent to tie for 2nd in this year’s Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment credited a...

Teacher pays top CPEA student the ultimate compliment

By Kenton X. Chance At a time when many teachers see the profession as a thankless one, St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ top performer in...

St. Vincent CPEA pass list 2017

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Prep School genius scores 98% to take top CPEA position

A student of the Kingstown Preparatory School is St. Vincent’s top performer in this year’s Caribbean Primary Exit Examination (CPEA). Rosario Reynaldo Matthew Browne took...

Young Leaders conduct ‘Know Your Blood Pressure, Get Ah Glucose Test’ project

This past weekend, the St. Vincent Girls’ High School RBTT Young Leaders were again hard at work on another major project, along with one...

Backyard gardening at the Windsor Primary

Students of the Windsor Primary School are engaging in a project that will demonstrate the usefulness of backyard gardening. The project, which is in fulfilment...

Mustique Trust improves schools’ libraries

On Thursday, Lavinia Gunn, administration director of the Mustique Charitable Trust (MCT), cut ribbons to officially signal the opening of refurbished libraries and literacy...

Institute to host SVG’s First Ever Educational Game Show Series

Learning for Living (L4L) will host SVG’s First Ever Educational Game Show Series called ‘BrainSTORM'! during the upcoming summer period. The event, with its...

Special needs children treated to carnival in Kingstown

Over 80 special needs children from across St. Vincent and the Grenadines have participated in the second edition of the Special Needs Carnival. The event...

Grammar School students exposed to use of ICT in professions

Students at the St. Vincent Grammar School (SVGS) were this week engaged in discussion with various professionals about the practical use of information and...

ECCB hosts youth LEAD conference for secondary school students

Over 300 students representing 40 schools from across the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) are now more self-aware of their potential to be leaders...