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Aug 13, 2015

Schools Assess Quality of Education at Primary Level

Pamela Bodden

One developing school, St. Luke’s Methodist School in Belize City is participating in the workshop. Principal, Pamela Bodden spoke on the benefits of the sessions for the school.


Pamela Bodden, Principal, St. Luke’s Methodist School

“St. Luke is a school that was selected. We first did the school curriculum planning that was last week for four days; principals and other administrative sessions and teacher sessions as well. This week we are doing school improvement planning and I believe that both of the sessions have been beneficial so far.”


Duane Moody

“Ma’am talk to us about maybe what are some of the improvements that you think St. Luke lacks and where this will help it.”


Pamela Bodden

“As I said, St. Luke is a developing school and there are areas in which we feel that we need to develop some more.”


Duane Moody

“What are some of those areas?”


Pamela Bodden

“We have areas of student achievement; there are areas of safety and health…health and safety reasons. We also have our policies that we definitely have to work on and all of those are relevant information that were presented in the workshops and definitely I feel that we will be able to progress using the information that we were given and the training.”

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