The Ministry of Education's plans to have aspects of the education curriculum televised may come to fruition as early as mid-September.
The ministry has partnered with the managers of LOVE TV, DC Digital, to produce and deliver lessons on that television station and on cable platforms.
Managing director of DC Digital, David Cassanova, said in the first instance, they will be making the grade-three literacy and numeracy curricula available.
"Beginning September, we will be putting grade-three math and English on free-to-air and cable television, so that everyone across the island will have access to the content," he said.
Cassanova said the education ministry will be providing the content and his company will deal with the technical aspects of producing and airing the programmes.
He said the station will be broadcasting eight hours of content each day, with the intention to providing at least 12 hours of airtime in the near future.
Education Minister Ronald Thwaites said this move should go a far way in bolstering the output of primary-school students.
"This will help to supplement what goes on in the classroom to aid teachers who need particular assistance, and to make the curriculum more generally available in the home," he noted.
Cassanova added that the programmes will be delivered both recorded and live, with the intention of creating real-time interaction between students watching at home and the presenters.
He said books based on the television programmes will be published to assist students in grasping the televised content.