After the successful completion of the Grade 10 and 12 National Examinations, 125, 000 Grade 8 students from 3, 433 Primary Schools nationwide will commence their exams come Monday 23rd October, including the Kido Primary School in Central province.
Kido Primary School Headmaster, Mr. Douglas Bonani said preparations for the exams have gone well without any hiccups experienced. He said, the external invigilator from Manumanu Primary School will arrive on the island before tomorrow.
“As a representative of the Division Education to the examinations, a teacher from Manumanu Primary School is coming to be the external invigilator.”
Mr. Bonani said for his school, they have a total of 25 students who will sit for the Grade 8 National Examinations. He said that the initial number was 26 but due to one student withdrawing from the 2023 academic year, they only have 25 students for the remainder of the year.
“All examination booklets were intact upon delivery at Lealea village and were then transported by dingy to the school,” said Mr. Bonani.
“All examination booklets arrived on Thursday afternoon and were delivered by Superintendent professional Mr. Bill Baws.”
The timetable for the exams is as follows: ·
Monday- Written Expression Exam ·
Tuesday- Mathematics- Numeracy Skills ·
Wednesday- Combined Subjects ·
Thursday- Language paper 2
As Headmaster for Kido Primary School, Mr. Benoni also extended his best wishes to all the Grade 8 students nationwide who will sit for this week’s exams.