OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN TO THE 2018 CEPA STUDENTS
Written by Allison Audain-Miller on June 15, 2018
It is the time of year again when Grenada’s young students find themselves either celebrating or saddened.
The Office of the Ombudsman would, first of all, like to extend congratulations to all students who are successful in the 2018 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CEPA).
We are aware of the countless hours of study and hard work that you the students have put into achieving good results to transition from primary to secondary schools in the new school year. This transition, we are aware, can be very stressful, for parents and guardians as well as you the students.
We extend heartfelt commendation to your parents, guardians and teachers for their guided support and encouragement. I implore them to keep the torch lighting.
This, dear students is the beginning of a new era, you are now called to be great role models particularly to the friends you are leaving behind.
To those friends we say, “Don’t give up, put more effort and work even harder in the coming year — for success is hard work.” So we urge all of you to remember the past, live in the present, and always, always, look forward to the future.
We wish also to extend congratulations and best wishes to the graduating students of TAMCC and all our Secondary Schools.
CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN TO ALL
FROM THE OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN where promoting transparency, accountability, and fairness never stops – even if much of it goes on without publicity or fanfare.