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Wednesday, October 5, 2022
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BELAIR GOV’T SCHOOL PTA REWARDS TOP 3 CPEA PERFORMERS

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Fresh on the heels of recently securing assistance for five (5) underprivileged students with school uniforms and supplies, the Belair Government School Parents Teachers Association (PTA) is at it again.

This time they have successfully rewarded the top three (3) 2022 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) performers.

These rewards came in the form of donations, allowing the PTA to purchase full uniforms and school supplies for these students.

The recipients, two (2) girls, Holly Browne and Patrice John; one (1) boy, Curtly Peters, will be attending Girl’s High School and St Vincent Grammar School, respectively.

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President of the PTA, Mr Joseph Bascombe, said, “I applauded the efforts of these students and congratulated them for a job well done. My ultimate aim is to gain full scholarships for these students. However, so far, no one has responded to the call. I am, however, grateful for the assistance that these students have received thus far, and I remain hopeful that someone would see the need to invest further in these students. “

These students received their rewards on Friday, 29th July 2022.

The PTA also has their upcoming annual event, where they will be presenting awards to the Most Outstanding Students from each class from Grade K-5. This event started in 2018 under the leadership the President Bascombe. The date for the event has not been finalised.

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