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  • Message To Students From The Headmaster

     

    We now find ourselves in an extraordinary and unpleasant situation where we are unable to gain the benefits of face-to-face interactions. However, you understand why this is so; and you know that it will not last forever. In the meantime, I wish to urge you to follow the special guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health in response to the covid-19 pandemic. Always be mindful of your personal well-being, as well as that of your family and other members of your community. In addition, as you practice physical distancing, still try to stay connected with your friends and other persons that are significant to you. This will help you to cope with the stress that may result from the physical separation.

    The current situation requires you to be adaptable. It requires you to take greater responsibility for your education. When you are physically present in class, your teachers supervise you and ensure that you remain focused on your work. Now, as we endeavor to engage in teaching online, you are called upon to be more independent and to exercise discipline in order to gain maximum benefits from the instructions.

    Recently, some of our teachers have been receiving training in online teaching; and some of them already have the competencies. We expect that some time during the week of Monday 20th April 2020 a timetable will be posted and all forms will be receiving online instructions. You will obtain the necessary guidance for participation in classes via the school's Facebook page, chat group or some other medium. It is absolutely necessary that you get involved. We do not want any student to be left behind.

    Covid-19 has been disruptive to all aspects of our lives, yet we are still alive. Let us thank God for his mercies and make the best of what we have, remembering our school motto: through rough ways to the stars.

  • Academic Year 2019-2020

    Online Learning and ETesting Form

    The Ministry of Education has asked Principals to collect information from students who have devices or access to a device with the capability to access online learning and e-Testing. From our end, a Google Form was created to make the data collection easier. It would be greatly appreciated if you or your son/ward can complete said form as soon as possible. Please find the link below. Thank you for your cooperation.

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  • St. Vincent Grammar School
    P.O. Box 369
    Kingstown
    St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • (784) 456-1337

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