Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Mixed emotions at the St Michael School


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It was a mixed bag of emotions for parents at the St Michael School this morning as they patiently waited on their children who were doing this year’s Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination.

Dozens could be seen waited on the school grounds and while some of them expressed feelings of nervousness and anxiety, some parents were calm and confident about their children’s chances.

Principal Dr Yvette Mayers said things went as planned. 

One hundred and seventy-five students from St Ambrose School, St Cyprians School, George Lamming Primary School, Erdiston Special School, People’s Cathedral Primary School and St Patrick’s Roman Catholic School used that centre. (AD)


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