Career & Education

Celebrating success

Sunday, June 10, 2018

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As happens each year when the results are announced, prep and primary schools across the island are swept up in a wave of emotions, ranging from joy and relief to disappointment. This year was no different, except that it represents the last time Jamaican students will enter high school based on the results of the Grade Six Achievement Test. (As of next year, they will sit Primary Exit Profile, which the Government says is designed to encourage critical thinking.) Here are some scenes of celebration from Half-Way-sTree and St Richards primary on Thursday.

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