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Kensington Primary scores high in National Education Inspectorate report

Published:Thursday | June 6, 2013 | 7:24 AM

Daviot Kelly, Staff Reporter



The National Education Inspectorate (NEI) has identified the Portmore-based Kensington Primary as the only inspected school operating at 'exceptionally high' standards.




The finding is contained in the just-released NEI report, which assessed 205 schools between September 2011 and March 2012.



The report states that of the 205 schools inspected, 110 were classified as unsatisfactory.



Six schools - five of them primary - were classified as 'good'.



They are Arcadia, Hastings, Southborough Turnberry and Unity Primary schools.



Glenmuir High is the lone high school in the category.



Eighty-three schools were listed as satisfactory and five as needing immediate support.



They five are: Bellevue Primary and Junior High, Lewisville High, Linton Park All-Age, Spanish Town High and Glengoffe High.



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