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Good results for Febeau students

By JULIEN NEAVES Thursday, July 3 2014

FEBEAU Government Primary School received its first Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) results since moving into their brand new building last year and principal Derrick Hernandez reports that he is pleased with the results. “This year we sent up a small group but the results were good given the class that we had,” he said.

He pointed out that the standard five class of 27 was one of the smallest they have had in recent years. He explained that because of the previous inadequate accommodation some parents had their children transferred to other schools.

He noted that a number of their students passed for San Juan Government South and North, as well as Providence Girls’ Catholic and St Augustine Secondary schools. He also noted they had two special students who were not academically inclined and they got alternative placements for them in Servol through Student Support Services. He said one of the students was very talented in football and he was hopeful would excel in that area.

Hernandez was speaking with Newsday yesterday at the school, Saddle Road, San Juan, after the distribution of SEA results.

In February, 2012, the school was closed due to infrastructural problems. In March, 2012, the school was temporarily housed in the St George East District Office building in Tunapuna. The new school was opened in September last year.

The two original buildings were renovated and two new buildings were also built. Among the new facilities included air-conditioned classes, an audio visual room, new library, music room, an arts and science section, a new admin building, a pan theatre with equipment, and a stage, a sick bay and diagnostic room for guidance counsellors, a lunch area, and new bathroom facilities. The new school has 21 classrooms.

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