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Christian Aaron Gieowarsingh The Kingstown Preparatory School is the top performer in the 2018 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA Exam. A release from the Ministry of Education says Christian had the highest average score of 95-percent. Makaya Shonika Gumbs of the Georgetown Government School took the second position, with an average of 94.20-percent. The Ministry… Continue Reading →


Nine schools will vie for the title of Math Champion as the Primary Schools’ National Math Quiz concludes today at the Peace Memorial Hall. The Nine schools: Barrouallie Anglican, C.W.Prescod Primary, Calliaqua Anglican, Cane End Government, Canouan Primary, Diamond Government, Fancy Government, Paget Farm Primary and Spring Village Methodist, outscored their rivals across nine zones… Continue Reading →

Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment 2018

Today is the day when one thousand, Eight hundred and Forty-Six Grade Six pupils will sit the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA, at seventeen Centres throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Ministry of Education says 940 females and 906 males are registered for the examination which is administered by the Caribbean Examinations Council for… Continue Reading →


The Curriculum Development Unit in the Ministry of Education said efforts are being made to provide the necessary training for teachers as part of the government’s thrust towards Inclusive Education. Representative of the Special Needs Department in the Ministry of Education, Netta Tomas said Teachers are encouraged to seek training in this area as well… Continue Reading →


Cabinet has granted approval for the issuance of Multi-Purpose Identification System Cards to Vincentian nationals sixty years and over. The Multi-Purpose Identification System (MPID) is an OECS initiative, which was launched on 11th February, 2015. A release from Communications Consultant, Elson Crick said currently, MPID Cards are issued to 4th and 5th Form Students of… Continue Reading →

CPEA 2017

Grade Six students sitting the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) will be examined tomorrow, in seventeen Centres throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines.  The Ministry of Education said this year, one thousand six hundred and forty-two (1642) students have been registered for the CPEA.  There are seven hundred and ninety-nine (799) females and eight hundred and… Continue Reading →