GETTING SET FOR 11-PLUS
WITH THE Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination, commonly called the 11-Pus, taking place next Tuesday, students are using the first week of the term to put in their last-minute preparations.
At Trinity Academy, a private Christian school which traditionally does well in the test, principal Rev. Dr Michael Crichlow said performing above the island’s average was more important to them than just producing students in the top ten.
The Eagle Hall, St Michael school, which usually enters about 20 students, will this year increase that number to 32. (SB)