Tag Archives: CPEA

Lou-Ann Gilchrist On Student Performance On The CPEA Exam

The Ministry of Education says it is pleased with the performance of students in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA Exam, which was held for the first time this year. Chief Education Officer Lou-Ann Gilchrist discussed the results during a News Conference hosted by the Ministry this morning. Miss Gilchrist expressed gratitude to all Education… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsavles On CPEA Exams

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsavles has congratulated students who excelled in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA Exams this year. The Prime Minister says while he is particularly pleased with the performance of the females who wrote the exams, he is concerned about the under performance of the males. The Prime Minister also commended the… Continue Reading →

Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment And Preparing Students

Stakeholders in Education have been assured that the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA, which replaces the Common Entrance Exam from this year, will better prepare primary school students for their secondary school career. This assurance was given by the Focal Point for the CPEA in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Clyde Fitzpatrick, during NBC’s Views… Continue Reading →

Grade six pupils will for the first time this year sit the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment CPEA

The CPEA assesses the literacies required by all students who will be exiting the Primary School System. Speaking on NBC’s Views on Issues program yesterday Education Officer Clyde Fitzpatrick provided a rationale on the introduction of the CPEA. Education Officer Clyde Fitzpatrick, speaking on yesterday’s Views on Issues Program. The other panelists are Grade Six… Continue Reading →