Students told: Do the bestMINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT GEORGE HUTSON talking to Welches Primary School 11-Plus students. (Lennox Devonish)
Sat, May 05, 2012 - 11:00 AM
IT DOES NOT MATTER which secondary school you attend, but rather what you do when you get there.
This thought was reinforced in the minds of the Class 4 students of St Stephen’s Primary School yesterday as Member of Parliament for St Michael North West and Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler gave them words of encouragement and advice ahead of Tuesday’s 11-Plus examination.
On that note, the minister congratulated the students before the exam, telling them that he was confident they would do extremely well.
“I expect you to do well because you have had the best possible training that any student anywhere in the world could have had. You had some of the top teachers in Barbados who have continued to produce some of the top students who go all over Barbados and have done extremely well,” said Sinckler, who also visited Deacons and Eagle Hall primary schools.
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