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What's it like to go to school in St Lucia?

9 monthes ago   |   By National Geographic Kids

Ever imagined what it might be like to go to school in another country, gang? Join us as we spend a school day on the Caribbean Island of St Lucia !
Welcome to Monchy Primary School in St Lucia! This cool school is situated in Gros-Islet, towards the north side of the island. It opened in 1951, and teaches 192 pupils between the ages of 4 - 14, split across 11 classes.
Our Education Editor, Kate, meets Grade 6 Maths and Science Teacher, Troy Neston, and Principal, Jane Jacob-Jean, for a tour of Monchy Primary School in St Lucia.
It's the start of a new school year here, so there's...
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