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The Kingstown Preparatory School is still celebrating, after taking the top spot in the National Primary Schools Math Quiz, following the Finals last week. Kai Francis claimed the title for the Kingstown Preparatory School, with Sky Johnson of the Fairhall Government School taking the second spot, and Andre Quamina of the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic… Continue Reading →


Nine students are through to Finals of the National Primary Schools Math Quiz, organized by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with Hodder Education. The Finalists are: Andre Quamina of the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School; Kai Francis of the Kingstown Preparatory; Ashanique Shallow of the Pamelus Burke Primary; Skye Johnson of the Fair Hall… Continue Reading →

Kingstown Preparatory School Sports Results

John House (BLUE) with 399 points won the Kingstown Preparatory School Athletics Championships yesterday at Victoria Park for a second consecutive year. Second was Brereton House (YELLOW) with 377 points, Eustace House (GREEN) third with 356 points and fourth, Wilson House (RED) on 317 points. 34 Events were contested at yesterday’s Championships. Brereton House won… Continue Reading →

The 7th Annual COURTS Reading Competition

There was keen competition today in the finals of the Courts Reading Competition at Frenches House. Ten Grade Six Pupils were tested in Fluency, Accuracy, Pronunciation, Confidence and Expression during the Seventh Annual Reading Competition. The pupils were: Jaydealeah Chambers Barrouallie Government School Shaquan Sam Langley Park Government School Azarez James Lauders Primary School Brianna… Continue Reading →

Six Schools are through to the finals of the KCCU Primary School Quiz.

Six Schools are through to the finals of the KCCU Primary School Quiz. The Schools are Belair Government; Kingstown Preparatory; Evesham Primary; Fitzhughes Primary; Barrouallie Government and Colonarie Primary schools. Eleven schools took part in the Preliminary round, which was held this morning at the St. Vincent Grammar School. The pupils were quizzed in categories… Continue Reading →