Dupont Primary and Infant School, which recently enrolled over 100 students in its Red Cross after school club.
Rollington Town Primary in Kingston, which recently received a special donation of 57 computers from the Globe and Mail Newspaper Company in Canada.
To ensure that the girls at harbor view primary mature into great women, they were treated to a Girls’ Day earlier this month on June 14, where the focus was placed just on them. The boys were given the day off from school, and the girls had the facilities all to themselves.
When Yvonne Miller Wisdom, principal of John Rollins Primary, conceptualized the Reading Marathon and Math Olympics events, she had no idea it would be as successful as it is now. At the outset, they were designed as fun ways to help her students boost their literacy and numeracy scores. Now the reading marathon and math Olympics have morphed into national...
When Jennifer Vassell-Reid began thinking up ways to motivate her primary school students several ideas came to mind. But among them, one kept sticking out. It was something she had seen done at Operation Restoration School, with quite remarkable results for the children. Convinced it could work at Norman Gardens Primary, she got to work planning it and putting it...
We all must do our part to protect the environment, especially our trees. They beautify, provide food, shade and the most precious resource oxygen.
It’s tough being an inner-city school. There are so many reasons not to give of your best, like, the threat of crime and violence and limited community involvement. But it is precisely because the staff at Tavares Gardens Primary has chosen to work under such conditions that make them so special. Principal Lynette Malcolm has been at the school since...
Rousseau Primary wants to be an oasis for children in the communities it serves, and beyond that. On arrival at the school, one of the first things you’ll notice is the immaculate condition of the grounds.
The 3rd Seprod INSPORTS Athletics Championships will take place from May 8 – 11 this year at the National Stadium. Some of the nation’s best junior talent will be on display, providing a good look at Jamaica's future track and field superstars.38 events are down to be contested, with some seventy-six schools from all across the island to participate. Strong...
Students from Mona Primary School creatively sharing one of the lessons they were taught by members of the Road Safety Unit, namely don’t be afraid to tell motorists to slow down if they are speeding with them in a vehicle.
At Port Morant Primary and Junior High, the staff prides itself on providing a multi-faceted learning experience for their students. And in process of doing so the school has achieved remarkable success in the areas of environmental and agricultural awareness.
The Jamaica National Primary and All-Age cricket competition, named after title sponsor Jamaica National Building Society, gets underway April 8. The competition will see thousands of young cricketers testing their mettle at both the parish and national levels, in the hope of taking home championship trophies for their schools.
It doesn’t matter what size you are, as long as you strive for the best. This, in a nutshell, sums up the attitude of the staff and students of Milk River Primary, a small school doing big things within its community. Principal Rose Davis is quick to tell anyone who visits that her school boasts well-behaved, bright and talented children.