The Fond Assau Primary School sought divine intervention on Tuesday 6th September 2016, during their first assembly for the academic year, under the theme “We are More than Conquerors”. Although there is a new theme, it was duely noted that last year’s theme “We are Goal Achievers” still burns brightly in the background and in the hearts and minds of everyone. Continue Reading
“Brand new uniforms, focus and attitude” – Conveying this important message was the intention of the Fond Assau Primary School as the students enrolled for the year, attended their orientation exercise on September 1st, 2016.
All students, parents and guardians present were given a warm reception by the principal and class teachers. The morning was spent settling in and setting the tone for the academic year.
Although the “new and improved” Fond Assau Primary School is still evolving, every effort is being made continue along the path to becoming a Child Friendly School of Choice in the community.
July 7th, 2016 marked the day of Fond Assau Primary’s Annual Award Ceremony. All deserving students were recognized and received their certificates, gifts and trophies with broad smiles. All participants who shared their thoughts, indicated that the event was a success.
The school extends well wishes to the students moving on to secondary school, gratitude to all those who made the event possible and a safe, enjoyable summer vacation to everyone.
F.A.P.S students reached for the stars on 30th of June 2016 with Mr. Jehon Leonce, a son of the soil who is now employed by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). During his visit the aerospace engineer gave a general summary of his experience and shared a strong message with the students; to set goals, pursue their dreams, become lifelong learners and always aspire to get an edge over everyone else in today’s competitive world.
A group of ambitious and caring advocates visited the Fond Assau Primary School (FAPS) on June 28, 2016. Babonneau Youth Synergy’s, President – Aldric Edward, Secretary – Britini Delaire and member – Zacha Mathurin, made a brief appeal to the staff and students of FAPS.
Rest assured, we are on board…. Go Youth Synergy!
The Fond Assau playing field was the place for Kiddy Cricket fans on June 27, 2016. Four primary schools from District One, Babonneau, Boguis, Fond Assau and La Guerre participated in two rounds competition. Babonneau won both of their matches. Fond Assau and Boguis played a super over after having tied with one win and a loss each. Fond Assau eventually captured second place and will be competing against Grand Riviere in the semi-finals on Tuesday 28th June for the privilege of advancing to the finals and can move to the Inter District Kiddy Cricket Tournament.
Volunteers from the Peace Corp Program visit F.A.P.S each year. June 27th 2016 was another wonderful and mutually beneficial experience. The students get assistance from capable persons other than the usual faces they see every day and the guests get more teaching experience. The staff and the volunteers usually end the visit with a lunch where both groups share a little about themselves, their culture and work.
The staff and students of FAPS look forward to our continued partnership. Keep up your selfless work!
Staff and students hit the streets today, showing acts of kindness along the way. June 24th 2016 marked the day for the FAPS annual sponsored walk, this time with a twist of kindness. Students visited some sick and shut-in persons from the community and gave them a hand, cheered them up with a few songs and even donated some necessities.
F.A.P.S believes in teaching the students to give of themselves; keeping the spirit of volunteerism and random acts of kindness alive!
Each year, Mrs. Bianca Lawrence-Raymond counselor for District One does her part by organizing a series of presentations, to ensure that the primary school leavers know exactly what they are up against as they move on to their new secondary schools. This year, on June 20th 2016, was no different. The students got an opportunity to satisfy their curiosity and the St. Joseph Convent presenter’s got a chance to shine. Continue Reading