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School plan to improve grades


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MANAGEMENT of The Lester Vaughan School wants to halt a trend where students are failing to maintain their academic performance through to fifth form.

The principal, Captain Michael Boyce said while the school was encouraged by the performance of some students there was a notable drop in performance at the senior level.

“In the internal examinations, the junior school students, in particular first form and second form, continue to perform better than the seniors, especially our fourth formers. This continues to be an area of concern and this year we will be adapting and adjusting our practices to ensure that we can bring the standard of the output in our fourth and senior students to a higher level,” he said. (LK)

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