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2012 NATIONAL CXC AWARDS CITATIONS – February 2013

2012 NATIONAL CXC AWARDS CITATIONS

Ladies and gentlemen, for this year’s CXC National Award Ceremony, we have students who from the 2012 CXC examinations satisfied the criteria for the following awards:

  • 5 subject passes
  • 6 subject passes
  • 7 subject passes
  • 8 or more subject passes
  • Most Outstanding Performance in Humanities
  • Most Outstanding Performance in Technical & Vocational Subjects
  • Most outstanding Performance in the Sciences
  • Most Outstanding Performance in Business Education Subjects
  • Overall Outstanding CCSLC Students
  • Overall Outstanding CSEC Student
  • Overall Outstanding CAPE Student

I now invite Mrs. Jais-Ann Patterson, teacher and Department Head at MSS to present the awards to the following persons who gained 5 CXC passes:

  1. Vondel Baker
  2. Royanne Browne
  3. Ann-Marie Duberry
  4. Eurlanzo Jeffers
  5. Charlene Junor
  6.  David McPherson
  7. Allison Walters
  8. Lorrian Williams

Dr Sheron Burns, Education Officer for Early Childhood Education, will now present the awards to the recipients with six subjects:

  1. Colleen Archer
  2. Delali Bledze
  3. Jerely Browne
  4. Brianda Chambers
  5. Akeila Clarke
  6. Jason Daniel
  7. Szjohn Griffith
  8. Fazilia Moinnodeen
  9. Stevika Rodney
  10. Tiffany Rogers
  11. Terrence Stephenson

We now come to the awards for 7 subjects: Mrs Zelma White, Education Officer for Primary Education will present these to the following persons:

  1. Triscia Meade
  2. Jermine Nedd
  3. Jaleel Syers

I invite Miss Patricia Harris, teacher and Department Head at MSS to present the awards for 8 subjects:

  1. Carlon Braithwaite
  2. Tazia Briscoe
  3. Ayana Casell
  4. Jamara Fergus
  5. Amika Osborne
  6. Trichelle Spencer
  7. Christum Weekes

Mrs. Mary Lynch, Assistant Secretary at the Ministry of Education will now present the awards to those persons who were successful in 9 subjects:

  1. Amani Greaves
  2. Lenika Sutton

Mrs Cherlyn Hogan, Principal of the Montserrat Secondary School, will now present the awards to those persons who were successful in 10 subjects:

  1. Joseph Cassell who obtained 7 grade ones
  2. Michaela Greer who achieved 7 grade ones
  3. Tiffannie Skerritt who obtained 10 grade ones

We have now come to the Most Outstanding Performance Award segment of the programme.  The selection of the candidate for Most Outstanding Performance in Humanities is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A at Grade 1 and Mathematics at Grades I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Caribbean History, English B, French, Spanish, Geography, Social Studies and Visual Arts

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any three additional subjects

I invite Miss Verna West, Supervisor of the CXC examinations to present the award to the most outstanding Humanities student in the 2012 CSEC examinations, Miss Michaela Greer.

The award for Most Outstanding Performance in Technical & Vocational Subjects is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at General Proficiency

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Clothing & Textiles, Information Technology, Electrical & Electronic Technology, Food and Nutrition, Technical Drawing and Visual Arts

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The most outstanding technical & vocational student is Mr. Joseph Cassell who satisfied the requirements with grade I in the three Technical & Vocational Subjects he sat in the 2012 CXC CSEC examinations. Mr. Peter Queeley, Manager of the St. Patrick’s Credit Union whose business organisation sponsored two of the awards, will make the presentation to Mr. Cassell’s representative.

The award for Most Outstanding Performance in the Sciences is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    Mathematics at Grades I and English A at Grade I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Biology, Chemistry, Information Technology, Integrated Science and Physics

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The recipient of this award met the requirements with grade I passes in the required subjects.  The Ministry of Education extends sincere thanks to the Montserrat Rotaract Club who has kindly sponsored the award; and I now invite its President, Miss Leandra Hobson, to make the presentation to Miss Tiffannie Skerritt.

The Most Outstanding Performance in Business Education Subjects is decided on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least SEVEN subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at Grades I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Information Technology, Office Administration, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, and EDPM

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The Most Outstanding Business Education student in the 2012 CXC CSEC examinations satisfied the requirements with grade I passes in the four Business subjects that she wrote.  Her award is donated by Social Security and we invite its representative to make the presentation to Miss Lenika Sutton.

The Overall Outstanding student in the 2012 CCSLC examinations passed the four subjects she sat, achieving the Mastery Level in three of them.  This award was also sponsored by Social Security and will be presented to Miss Su-Ann Livingstone by the representative.  The Ministry of Education extends deep gratitude to Social Security for responding generously to its appeal for assistance.

The Overall Outstanding CSEC and CAPE Awards were sponsored by the Bank of Montserrat.  The Ministry of Education expresses sincere gratitude to this local corporation for its partnership in this essential exercise.

The Award for OVERALL OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AT CSEC LEVEL is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting; five of which must be Grade I. 

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at Grade I

(b)   At least ONE from EACH of the following groups:

i.           French, Spanish

ii.           Caribbean History, Geography, Social Studies, English B

iii.           Biology, Chemistry, Integrated Science, Physics

iv.           Information Technology, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, Typewriting, Office Procedures

v.           Clothing & Textiles, Electrical and Electronic Technology, Food & Nutrition, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts

The OVERALL OUTSTANDING student in the 2012 CSEC examinations satisfied the requirements with grade I passes in ten subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English A, Caribbean History, Geography, Mathematics, Social Studies, Spanish and EDPM.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Miss Tiffannie Skerritt is the recipient of the 2012 national CXC CSEC Overall Outstanding Student Award.  We congratulate Tiffannie for being the first student from Montserrat to achieve all grade I passes in ten subjects.  I invite Mr. Glenn Francis, Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, to present the award to Miss Skerritt.

CAPE AWARDS

The OVERALL OUTSTANDING student in the 2012 CXC CAPE examinations is Miss Kadine Cabey.  I now invite the Hon. Colin Riley to present the award to Ms Cabey.

Congratulations to all our awardees!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2012 NATIONAL CXC AWARDS CITATIONS

Ladies and gentlemen, for this year’s CXC National Award Ceremony, we have students who from the 2012 CXC examinations satisfied the criteria for the following awards:

I now invite Mrs. Jais-Ann Patterson, teacher and Department Head at MSS to present the awards to the following persons who gained 5 CXC passes:

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  1. Vondel Baker
  2. Royanne Browne
  3. Ann-Marie Duberry
  4. Eurlanzo Jeffers
  5. Charlene Junor
  6.  David McPherson
  7. Allison Walters
  8. Lorrian Williams

Dr Sheron Burns, Education Officer for Early Childhood Education, will now present the awards to the recipients with six subjects:

  1. Colleen Archer
  2. Delali Bledze
  3. Jerely Browne
  4. Brianda Chambers
  5. Akeila Clarke
  6. Jason Daniel
  7. Szjohn Griffith
  8. Fazilia Moinnodeen
  9. Stevika Rodney
  10. Tiffany Rogers
  11. Terrence Stephenson

We now come to the awards for 7 subjects: Mrs Zelma White, Education Officer for Primary Education will present these to the following persons:

  1. Triscia Meade
  2. Jermine Nedd
  3. Jaleel Syers

I invite Miss Patricia Harris, teacher and Department Head at MSS to present the awards for 8 subjects:

  1. Carlon Braithwaite
  2. Tazia Briscoe
  3. Ayana Casell
  4. Jamara Fergus
  5. Amika Osborne
  6. Trichelle Spencer
  7. Christum Weekes

Mrs. Mary Lynch, Assistant Secretary at the Ministry of Education will now present the awards to those persons who were successful in 9 subjects:

  1. Amani Greaves
  2. Lenika Sutton

Mrs Cherlyn Hogan, Principal of the Montserrat Secondary School, will now present the awards to those persons who were successful in 10 subjects:

  1. Joseph Cassell who obtained 7 grade ones
  2. Michaela Greer who achieved 7 grade ones
  3. Tiffannie Skerritt who obtained 10 grade ones

We have now come to the Most Outstanding Performance Award segment of the programme.  The selection of the candidate for Most Outstanding Performance in Humanities is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A at Grade 1 and Mathematics at Grades I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Caribbean History, English B, French, Spanish, Geography, Social Studies and Visual Arts

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any three additional subjects

I invite Miss Verna West, Supervisor of the CXC examinations to present the award to the most outstanding Humanities student in the 2012 CSEC examinations, Miss Michaela Greer.

The award for Most Outstanding Performance in Technical & Vocational Subjects is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at General Proficiency

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Clothing & Textiles, Information Technology, Electrical & Electronic Technology, Food and Nutrition, Technical Drawing and Visual Arts

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The most outstanding technical & vocational student is Mr. Joseph Cassell who satisfied the requirements with grade I in the three Technical & Vocational Subjects he sat in the 2012 CXC CSEC examinations. Mr. Peter Queeley, Manager of the St. Patrick’s Credit Union whose business organisation sponsored two of the awards, will make the presentation to Mr. Cassell’s representative.

The award for Most Outstanding Performance in the Sciences is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    Mathematics at Grades I and English A at Grade I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Biology, Chemistry, Information Technology, Integrated Science and Physics

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The recipient of this award met the requirements with grade I passes in the required subjects.  The Ministry of Education extends sincere thanks to the Montserrat Rotaract Club who has kindly sponsored the award; and I now invite its President, Miss Leandra Hobson, to make the presentation to Miss Tiffannie Skerritt.

The Most Outstanding Performance in Business Education Subjects is decided on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least SEVEN subjects at one sitting.

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at Grades I or II

(b)   TWO at Grade I from the following list:

Information Technology, Office Administration, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, and EDPM

(c)    Grade I or II at General or Technical Proficiency in any THREE additional subjects

The Most Outstanding Business Education student in the 2012 CXC CSEC examinations satisfied the requirements with grade I passes in the four Business subjects that she wrote.  Her award is donated by Social Security and we invite its representative to make the presentation to Miss Lenika Sutton.

The Overall Outstanding student in the 2012 CCSLC examinations passed the four subjects she sat, achieving the Mastery Level in three of them.  This award was also sponsored by Social Security and will be presented to Miss Su-Ann Livingstone by the representative.  The Ministry of Education extends deep gratitude to Social Security for responding generously to its appeal for assistance.

The Overall Outstanding CSEC and CAPE Awards were sponsored by the Bank of Montserrat.  The Ministry of Education expresses sincere gratitude to this local corporation for its partnership in this essential exercise.

The Award for OVERALL OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AT CSEC LEVEL is based on the following criteria:

The attainment of Grades 1 and II at General or Technical Proficiency in at least seven subjects at one sitting; five of which must be Grade I. 

These must include

(a)    English A and Mathematics at Grade I

(b)   At least ONE from EACH of the following groups:

i.           French, Spanish

ii.           Caribbean History, Geography, Social Studies, English B

iii.           Biology, Chemistry, Integrated Science, Physics

iv.           Information Technology, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, Typewriting, Office Procedures

v.           Clothing & Textiles, Electrical and Electronic Technology, Food & Nutrition, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts

The OVERALL OUTSTANDING student in the 2012 CSEC examinations satisfied the requirements with grade I passes in ten subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English A, Caribbean History, Geography, Mathematics, Social Studies, Spanish and EDPM.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Miss Tiffannie Skerritt is the recipient of the 2012 national CXC CSEC Overall Outstanding Student Award.  We congratulate Tiffannie for being the first student from Montserrat to achieve all grade I passes in ten subjects.  I invite Mr. Glenn Francis, Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, to present the award to Miss Skerritt.

CAPE AWARDS

The OVERALL OUTSTANDING student in the 2012 CXC CAPE examinations is Miss Kadine Cabey.  I now invite the Hon. Colin Riley to present the award to Ms Cabey.

Congratulations to all our awardees!