Dominica: PM Skerrit gives best wishes to toppers of Grade Six National Assessment, 2022
Dominica: PM Skerrit gives best wishes to toppers of Grade Six National Assessment, 2022

Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica, has extended his heartfelt wishes to the pupils who excelled at the Grade Six National Assessment, 2022.

He gave his best wishes to the topper and their parents through a post on his official Facebook handle on Wednesday, July 13.

The results of the Grade Six National Assessment (G6NA) of this year was released by the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Planning, Vocational Training, and National Excellence on Monday, July 11, 2022.

The first position in G6NA was grabbed by Danelle Ferreira from St. Martin Primary school, while Jonathan Theophille from St Mary’s Primary School got the second position, followed by Makayla Horsford, who got the third position in the same.

Other students who were among the top students were Jehovanny Hill from St. Martin Primary School, Sienna Andrew from St. Martin Primary School, Naima Sorhaindo from Goodwill Primary School, Currelle Esprit from Paix-Bouche Primary School, Kai Ke from Christian Union Primary School, Emmanuel Drigo from Convent Preparatory School and Osa-Marie Hunter from Pioneer Preparatory School.

PM Skerrit posted on his account, “I give heartiest congratulations to the scholars who excelled at the Grade Six National Assessment, 2022.”

He further added that “Congratulations to all the parents, teachers as well as principals, who contributed to their success. As our 2022 batch of students move on to secondary school, I pray God always blesses their efforts. Best wishes to all.”

PM Roosevelt Skerrit has always been supporting the students of his country so that they can always be encouraged to do better in life.

Furthermore, PM Skerrit also extended his warm and best wishes to the 2022 graduating students of Baroness Patricia Scotland Primary School.

Dr Roosevelt Skerrit has always been keen to improve the education sector of Dominica and has always been pushing efforts to boost the sector.