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ASSESSMENT TEST FOR
ENROLLMENT IN SEPTEMBER 2013
SATURDAY, 29TH JUNE AT 10.00 A.M
ELIGIBILITY: Minimum age: 3 yrs 9 mths in September 2013
Maximum age: 8yrs 11 mths in September 2013
1) Highly competent, pleasant, stable staff (average length of tenure - 10 years).
2) Well-rounded programme designed to promote thinking skills.
3) Current and three - time Sanfest African Drumming champions
4) Pioneering primary school in chess - Chess is also on the syllabus.
5) Fun activities: swimming, mini golf, movies, computer, talent time every Friday, music,
drama, field trips, group fun projects, etc.
6) Hot lunches and tuck shop for light snacks and nutritious drinks (non-carbonated).
7) Full-time security guard, electronic surveillance, totally-fenced compound, burglar proofed
building with adherence to emergency stipulations.
8) Whole school fully-air-conditioned, totally separate classrooms and individual desks from
Standard 2 to 5
SCHOOL'S ACADEMIC TRACK RECORD: -
1) 95% placements in 7-year and prestige schools since inception (1980)
2) 100% placements of 30 students in first choice schools (colleges) in 2011
3) 85% Language Arts class average since 2001 ( i.e. since SEA introduction)
4) 90% class average in Maths since 2001
5) 80% essay-writing class average in SEA.
6) Blackman's graduates usually become tertiary level graduates and hold outstanding positions
in the world of work, nationally and internationally.
PRINCIPAL: Arlene O.M. Blackman, Island Scholar, Level 4 Secondary School Teacher Rating
Certificate (Ontario), FCB Sportswoman of the year Chess nominee, ( Represented Trinidad and
Tobago in Italy and Spain - Top achiever of the female contingent), B.A. Honours from the
University of Wales (English and History majors), Bachelor of Education from the University of
VICE-PRINCIPAL: Angela A. Blackman, LLB (London), Graduate of Bishop Anstey High School
where she sat both "O" level and "A" level exams, Clarity Coach, Reiki practitioner, accomplished
musician and Latin/ballroom Dancer, African Drumming Instructor/Director, etc. Overseer of
syllabus - Kindergarten to Std. 4
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TO ALL CUSTOMERS
Our Auto-Parts Warehouse at
#8 Gaston Street
Lange Park, Chaguanas
will be closed for our
annual stock count exercise
Monday 1st July
Tuesday 2nd July 2013
Normal Business Hours resume on
Wednesday 3rd July 8.00 a.m
hereby gives notice that their
will be held on
Saturday June 29, 2013
from 10.00 a.m. at the
1 Robinson Ville
KALIFA SARAH CLYNE
Kathy-Ann Charles, who was injured
on Monday when a utility pole fell on
her car on Queen Street, Port-of-
Spain, must wait two weeks for a CT
scan, even though she has a severe,
Charles spent one night at the Port-
of-Spain General Hospital, where she
was treated for head, shoulder and back
injuries before being discharged.
Charles, 28, who works at the National
Entrepreneurship Development Co Ltd
(Nedco), was given sick leave until today
and doctors told her to come back in
two weeks for a CT scan
"They did an X-ray and that did not
show anything. The CT scan wasn t
working, though, so they told me to
return," Charles said.
She expressed anxiety over the waiting
period as she complained of drowsiness
and a headache that refused to go away.
She was given sick leave until today
but yesterday she said she might not
return to work until Monday.
Charles said the T&T Electricity
Commission (T&TEC) had contacted
"They called to see how I was doing
and to get information for the inves-
tigation," she said.
The owners of the cement truck
which caught on overhead wires and
pulled down the utility poles---Premix
Concrete Ltd---had not contacted
Charles up to yesterday afternoon.
The maintenance manager of the
company, Mahadoo Singh, said in a
telephone interview yesterday the com-
pany had submitted a report on the
incident to its insurance company.
"The insurance will handle it," he
said. "We have insurance for all that."
He said the company hadn t contacted
Charles but would do so soon.
Asked whether the company accepted
responsibility for the accident, Singh
said investigations had not been com-
"I cannot say if the truck was too
high or if the cable was to too low. We
are waiting on investigations," he said.
Queen Street accident victim complains:
for CT scan
The damaged door of Kathy-Ann Charles' car is evident as she leaves
the Port-of-Spain General Hospital after being discharged on
Tuesday. Charles was injured when a cement truck pulled down
utility poles at the corner of Queen and Chacon Streets on Monday.
PHOTO: ANDY HYPOLITE
The funeral of 14-
year-old Lily Blaides will
be held on Monday at
the Exodus Assembly
Church in Longdenville,
Blaides father, Lyric,
said yesterday he was not
in despair because he
knew his daughter was
with the Lord.
"We are not in despair
because we know in our
hearts she is in a better
place," he said.
Blaides died on Satur-
day after being hit by a
pirogue driven by a fish-
erman at Las Cuevas.
The blades of the pro-
peller cut her.
The teenager, who
lived in Tacarigua, died
on arrival at the Port-of-
Spain General Hospital.
Lyric said yesterday
that contrary to reports,
his daughter s body was
"She got a cut behind
the head and she blacked
out. Her foot was also
cut by the propeller and
her shoulder was dislo-
cated. Her face was not
cut," Lyric added.
The 21-year-old fish-
erman was up to late yes-
terday still assisting
police. Police, led by Insp
Roger Alexander of the
North Eastern Divisional
Task Force, found him in
a house in Las Cuevas
after they were given a
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