Sunday, April 14, 2024

No disruptions to CXCs

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The bustle created by candidates and their supporters turning out at the Graydon Sealy Secondary School on Nomination Day did not appear to disrupt Caribbean Examination Council examinations going on the top floor of the three-storied school today, despite concerns expressed earlier.

And while Fourth and Fifth Form students of that school concentrated on hours-long examinations in both the morning and afternoon sessions, the rest of the student body carried on with their routine classes.

The 1p.m. arrival of Barbados Labour Party candidate Kirk Humphrey, with Democratic Labour Party candidate Prime Minister Freundel Stuart arriving one hour later, did however cause a stir among a few students from the lower school who peeped from their classrooms and shouted their greetings. (GC)

 

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