DBS Reading Competition update

reading competitionThe final competition in the preliminary round of the DBS Reading Competition is to take place today at the Public Service Union Building on Valley Road in Roseau.

The participants will come from the following schools: Convent Prep, Goodwill Primary, Roseau Primary School, Roseau SDA Primary School, St. Martin Primary, St. Mary’s Primary, Laudat Primary, Morne Prosper Primary, Trafalgar Primary, and Wotten Waven Primary.

Below are the results for the fifth preliminary competition held on Wednesday 12th June at the Grandbay Community Centre.

5th Place – Krishon Anselm of Bagatelle Primary
4th Place – Aisha Royer of Newtown Primary
3rd Place – Tisa Lewis of Tete Morne Primary
2nd Place – Sherdina Antoine of Petite Savanne
1st Place – Celine Lewis of St. Luke’s Primary School

The first quarter finals competition takes place on Monday 17th June at 9:00am at the PSU.

Winners of preliminary round competitions 1 and 2 will participate then.

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  1. Nudibranch
    June 16, 2013

    The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.

    William Arthur Ward

    Congratualtions to all who participated.

  2. blublu
    June 14, 2013


  3. Affection8
    June 14, 2013

    Hats off to Felix Henderson and the ministry of Education for having our kids reading. Shame on the schools that did not participate. This says something about your performance and your interest in the children’s future. You principals should be sanctioned by your superiors. do better next time.

  4. sout
    June 14, 2013

    Well done Tisa…So proud of you and the teachers of Tete Morne Primary School.

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