National Education 2015 Awards

Several Awards were presented last Friday to students who excelled in the 2015 CPEA and CSEC Examinations.

A student of the Girls High School Abigail Scott was presented with the Prime Ministers Award, for being the top performer overall at CSEC.

Miss Scott was also rewarded for being the top Female Performer, while Jeremiah Augustus of the Thomas Saunders Secondary School was named the Top Male Performer.

An award was also presented to Martin Trimmingham of Emmanuel High School Mesopotamia, for being the Top Male Performer after Remediation.

The Top Female Performer after Remediation is Lemorna Williams also from Emmanuel High School Mesopotamia.

There were also awards for Outstanding Performance at CXC-CSEC; Top Performer in Subject Disciplines; Top Performer of Each Secondary School; Commendable Performance after Remediation and Special Awards for the School with most improved and best CSEC results.

The top performer overall after remediation is Martin Trimmingham. He received the FLOW Award.

Awards were also presented to students who excelled in the Caribbean Primary Assessment Examination.

They are Rishona James, Nasya Robin and Jeshari Munroe from the St Mary’s Roman Catholic School; Paige Cadougan from Windsor Primary; Donya Lucas – Calliaqua Anglican School; Jonoliah John of Lowmans Leeward Anglican; Davon Ellis and Najhalia Matthews of Spring Village Methodist; Donte Sam from Georgetown Government and Danielson Ferguson of Kingstown Preparatory.

The awards Ceremony was held at the Methodist Church Hall by the Ministry of Education and FLOW.