Second phase of PEP a success says Acting Chief Education Officer

by March 27th, 2019

With the second phase of the Primary Exit Profile, PEP held today (March 27), the Education Ministry is writing a good report of today’s proceedings.

Acting Chief Education Officer, Winnie Berry says primary school students across the island sat the Language Arts component of the performance task test, this morning.

She says things went well for most part.

Mrs. Berry in giving an account of the administration of the test, says the test was based on interpretation and as such there was no real right or wrong answer.

Meanwhile, with the performance task to continue tomorrow (March 28) with Mathematics, the Acting Chief Education Officer says she is confident that the students will do well.

The first phase of pep, the ability test was held on February 26.

The curriculum based test will be done on April 16 and 17.