Smooth Start To Common Entrance Exam

Smooth Start To Common Entrance Exam

Education officials reported a smooth start to the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination (BSSEE) today, as over 3,300 students sat the exam, which will determine which secondary schools they will enter in September. A touring party, which included Acting...
Common Entrance Past Papers Available

Common Entrance Past Papers Available

The Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination’s (BSSEE) past papers (2003-2016) are now available for purchase at the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, at the Elsie Payne Complex, Constitution Road, St. Michael. Copies of the practice...
Top Students Told: Appreciate Sacrifices Made

Top Students Told: Appreciate Sacrifices Made

Remember the sacrifices that led to your academic achievements and write your future. This was a key message sent to 21 top students in the 2016 Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination when Acting Minister of Education, Science Technology and Innovation,...
Zachary & Adia Top 11 Plus Students

Zachary & Adia Top 11 Plus Students

Top student Zachary Gill posing with his parents Gina and Andy Gill. (A.Gaskin/BGIS) Two students have topped this year’s Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination (BSSEE). Zachary Andrew Gill of St. Gabriel’s and Adia Jovanna Deane of St. Angela’s are the top...
Jones: Generally Satisfied With English

Jones: Generally Satisfied With English

Education Minister, Ronald Jones addressing the media at today’s press conference. Looking on is Chief Education Officer, Karen Best. (A.Gaskin/BGIS) Education Minister Ronald Jones has reported a slight improvement over last year’s English results in the...

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