CHILDREN WHO PASS for Alma Parris Memorial Secondary School come September will have even greater chances of soaring to new heights.
That was the word from principal Valdez Francis, who said the St Peter school was making headway in its efforts to construct a curriculum that ensured a well rounded student body.
He said the school, which became a Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) centre this term, already offered academic, technical-vocational training and school-to-work programmes that had been reaping success.
He said partnerships with the YWCA Breakfast Club and School Meals Department to offer students breakfast and meals also helped to improve performance. (LT)
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