Results June 2011

                   

Unit I

                   

Subject

No Entered

No Sitting

I''s

II''s

III''s

IV''s

V''s

VI''s

Percentage Passes

 

Accounting

11

11

9

1

1

     

100

 

Art and Design

1

1

1

         

100

 

Biology

35

35

5

10

18

3

2

 

94.2

 

Caribbean Studies

75

75

2

23

33

15

2

 

100

 

Chemistry

40

40

8

14

14

4

   

100

 

Communication Studies

78

78

56

19

2

 

1

 

100

 

Economics

12

12

8

3

1

     

100

 

Environmental Science

20

20

8

10

2

     

100

 

French

7

7

2

4

1

     

100

 

Geography

30

30

1

9

13

6

1

 

100

 

History

7

7

1

 

3

3

   

100

 

Literatures in English

20

20

 

3

13

4

   

100

 

Management of Business

17

17

 

4

9

4

   

100

 

Pure Mathematics

29

29

12

12

5

     

100

 

Physics

32

32

9

17

5

1

   

100

 

Sociology

26

26

3

10

10

3

   

100

 

Spanish

13

13

5

7

1

     

100

 
                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit II

                   

Subject

No Entered

No Sitting

I''s

II''s

III''s

IV''s

V''s

VI''s

Percentage Passes

 

Accounting

11

11

6

4

1

     

100

 

Art and Design

1

1

1

         

100

 

Biology

40

40

17

18

5

     

100

 

Chemistry

37

37

23

9

5

     

100

 

Economics

14

14

12

2

       

100

 

Environmental Science

2

2

1

1

       

100

 

French

4

4

3

1

       

100

 

Geography

3

3

1

 

2

     

100

 

History

1

1

1

         

100

 

Literatures in English

10

10

1

6

3

     

100

 

Management of Business

9

9

1

7

1

     

100

 

Pure Mathematics

33

33

18

11

2

2

   

100

 

Physics

30

30

10

11

4

5

   

100

 

Sociology

15

15

2

6

5

2

   

100

 

Spanish

7

7

4

2

1

     

100

 
                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CSEC

Results June 2011

                   

Subject

No Entered

No Sitting

I''s

II''s

III''s

IV''s

V''s

VI''s

Percentage Passes

 

Biology

89

89

38

37

11

3

   

96.63

 

Caribbean History

20

20

4

3

13

     

100.00

 

Chemistry

61

61

26

23

11

1

   

98.36

 

Economics

21

21

8

11

1

1

   

95.24

 

English A

111

111

103

7

1

1

   

100.00

 

English B

112

112

61

38

11

2

   

98.21

 

French

39

39

15

11

11

2

   

94.87

 

Geography

111

111

23

68

19

1

1

 

99.10

 

Information Technology

11

11

2

4

4

1

   

90.91

 

Mathematics

112

112

79

24

8

 

1

 

99.11

 

Music

3

3

   

3

     

100.00

 

Physics

44

44

38

6

       

100.00

 

Principles of Accounts

37

37

24

8

5

     

100.00

 

Principles of Business

21

21

11

9

1

     

100.00

 

Spanish

76

76

27

35

11

2

1

 

96.05

 

Theatre Arts

5

3

2

 

2

     

100.00

 

Visual Arts

7

7

2

5

       

100.00

 

Human and Social Biology

23

23

17

6

       

100.00

 
                     

 

 

 

MESSAGE OF DR THE HONOURABLE TIM GOPEESINGH, MINISTER OF EDUCATION, ON THE REOPENING OF THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 2011.

At the beginning of this academic school year 2011-201, I extend to all the near 250,000 students in early childhood, primary and secondary schools, and the near 15,000 teachers, senior teachers, vice principals, principals and school supervisors, as well as the administrative and ancillary staff, my sincerest best wishes for a very successful, enjoyable, healthy and safe year.

For the first time in our nation’s recent history, you are returning to school under a national State of Emergency, which has been implemented by your Government to combat the unprecedented crime wave Trinidad and Tobago has been facing in the past decade.

It is a time when all citizens, regardless of their age, gender or any other differences, should be especially concerned about the state of our nation.

Crime and violence, as you all know, affected every single citizen and our schools were not spared.

The lives and safety of the population were seriously compromised by the criminal elements and Government had a duty to ensure that our citizens were afforded their due Constitutional right to protection, safety and security in all public and private places.

The Government has called a State of Emergency to avert planned action meant to subvert law and order, to remove the gangsters and killers off the streets, to get the illegal guns out of the communities, to eliminate the illegal narcotics from society and to give special powers to the army to assist in this war against crime and the criminal elements.

Joint police/army operations have been established based on shared intelligence.

We have begun the process of rehabilitation in communities and the society’s law and order is being restored.

The Government’s decision to call the State of Emergency was therefore well timed and much needed, and in the 15 days it has been in effect, we have seen tremendous strides made by the law enforcement agencies in curbing criminal activity.

The State of Emergency is not a threat to the safety and rights and liberties of law abiding citizens.

All students and other citizens at this time, however, must be mindful of the fact that they have a responsibility to ensure that they uphold all aspects of the law and cooperate with the rules of the State of Emergency so that the desired results of returning our country to a state of harmony and non violence would be achieved.

To all in and out of our schools, it means that you must make a special effort to educate your friends and families as to the need for responsible behaviour and adherence to the law.

This has always been one of your tasks as educators; the only difference is that now, it has become a priority.

For students, it means that you must all pay careful attention to the laws of the land and ensure that you make a special effort to act disciplined, responsibly and lawfully.

The State of Emergency means that there are more police patrols and you must therefore realize that your behaviour outside your schools and in public would be under scrutiny, including on the social media internet sites.

Now is a time for us all to remember the words of our National Pledge, which state that:

“I solemnly pledge to dedicate my life
To the service of my God
And to my country.

I will honour my parents,
My teachers, my leaders and my elders,
And those in authority.

I will be clean and honest in all my thoughts,
My words and my deeds.

I will strive, in everything I do
To work together with my fellowmen
Of every creed and race
For the greater happiness of all
And the honour and glory
Of my country.”

In fact, I urge all principals and teachers to join the students in reciting this pledge in our schools once more at your daily assemblies, along with singing the words of our National Anthem, to remind us all of our duty to our country.

This is a time for all to recognize that the preservation of our beautiful nation’s democracy, liberty and prosperity is the responsibility of every single citizen, and we must always remember that Trinidad and Tobago can only succeed as a progressive, developed nation not only because of what the Government does for people but also, because of what the people do for themselves, for one another and for our country.

As students, teachers, principals and other workers who comprise the education system, we are the ones who have a special duty to demonstrate patriotism and I firmly believe that we can be the best exemplars of decent, law abiding citizens at this time.

The time has come for us all to band together as a people to preserve our country’s democracy and safety, and I urge us all to do what is right and required at this time to stand by the country we call home, the country we love and want to preserve for our future generations.

May God continue to bless each and every one of us with the dedication, strength and willpower to do this and may God bless our beautiful nation.

I thank you.

 

St Joseph''s Convent San Fernando invite students to participate in the Petrotrin''s Recycling Logo and Mascot Competition. Details are as follows:

 

 

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Please see Ms Ramdin for further details.

Visit by Dr. Earl Lovelace

 

The illustrious Dr. Earl Lovelace visited the school on March 19th. 2011 to discuss his novel The Wine of Astonishment with Fourth Formers of SJC.

 

dr lovelace preparing his notes before the lecture

In the above picture he prepares his notes before the lecture

 

 

Above: After the lecture and discussion, Dr Lovelace signs autographs for his new and enthusiastic fans