Nations celebrates Grade Six results

School of the Nations has extended congratulations to the students and teachers of its primary department for their stellar performance at the National Grade Six Assessment.

In a press release the School said it celebrates the success of 28 students and applauds the teachers on achieving a 100% pass rate. Thirty-six per cent of the students were awarded sixth form Schools: five got Queen’s College, three, The Bishops’ High School; one, St Roses High and one St Stanislaus College. All the remaining students – 64% – were awarded fifth form schools.

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