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Expression Boards


Students looked on in amazement, as teachers demonstrated their creativity and engaged in positive self-expression on January 11, 2017. These expression boards are intended to be an avenue for students to share positive messages and leave their mark for others to enjoy. It is the hope of the principal and staff, that students will become more creative and find pleasure in sharing their thoughts and feelings with others in a positive way, while keeping the school environment in a pristine condition. 

Go team F.A.P.S!

Happy New Year

The principal and staff of the Fond Assau Primary School extend well wishes for the new year and look forward to the continued support of all stakeholders. 

All the best of 2017 to everyone!

An Early Christmas Present






Representatives from the Babonneau Police Station; Inspector Bradley, Corporal Monero and Constable Joseph initiated a friendly gesture on December 1st, 2016. They handed over an early Christmas present to the Grade 5 class of the Fond Assau Primary School. Two students were present to collect the gift on behalf of the school.

Compliments of the season to the staff of the Babonneau Police Station. The Principal and staff of F.A.P.S extend their gratitude and look forward to a continued partnership throughout the new year.

District One Road Race

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The District One Annual Road Race took place on the Friday November 18th 2016. The athletes ran from the Dame Pearlette Primary School to the Corinth playing field. Nine schools were participated and were represented by approximately 200 students. The first student to finish was Kalyan John of Boguis Primary. Chantel Casimir of Fond Assau Primary was first girl to finish the race. The event was relatively incident free thanks to the efforts of the three police outriders and Red Cross personnel who ensured safety along the route.

Road Race Action

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On November 4th 2016, fifty-three students took to the streets to vie for a position in the F.A.P.S Road Race. Among the top finishers was Marlon Nurse who finished first in a time of eighteen minutes followed by Zidan Jardine in second place and then Jean Dan Compton in third position. Female competitors Chantel Casimir, Kiyana Thomas  and Kenya Cadette finished in first. second and third respectively. 

The fastest eighteen students will go on to represent the school at the District One Road Race on November 18, 2016.  Good Luck to all of you! 


Spotlight on Mathematics

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November 1st, 2016 marked the launching of Mathematics Month at F.A.P.S. The students, especially the footballers, were eager to participate by answering math-related questions about their District One Champions. They shouted the theme, “Exploring the Art of Mathematics Through Creative Minds” so that the entire community could hear. Students and teachers were presented with the calendar of activities for the month and engaged in discussion about each event.  

Lots of fun in store for Mathematics Month!

Stay tuned for video footage.

Today’s Seedlings, Tomorrow’s Blossoms


Seeds International graced F.A.P.S on Friday 28th October 2016 sharing the message that prayer is powerful and with divine intervention one can achieve feats which may seem impossible.  

The school has benefited from this partnership for many years and is appreciative of the yearly positive deposits in the lives of the youth in a very memorable, fun and interactive way – through songs, skits and puppet shows.

Keep up the great work Seeds – nurturing our seedlings!

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Bon Fet Kweyol

Students, parents and teachers all indulged in creole activities at F.A.P.S on Friday 28th October 2016 . The day was all about speaking, singing, feasting as well as participating  in creole activities; it started off with a breakfast organised by the Parent-Teacher’s Association followed by performances at a school gathering by each grade, lunch on a class level and the grand finale of rolling sec, kabowe plus bamboo bursting and solo.

Although a fun-filled day, it’s just a primer for the main event over the weekend.

Two-Peat Champs!


Fond Assau Primary’s football team emerged victorious for the second year running. Kudos to nationally recognized coach Solomon Alexander who molded the team, under the captaincy of Marlon Nurse, to win the District one Football Fiesta at Dame Pearlette Louisy Primary on Thursday 27th October 2016.

An achievement to be proud of – Hip, Hip, Hooray for F.A.P.S!

Professional Development Day at F.A.P.S

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Friday 21st, October 2016 was a day to enjoy learning. Principal and staff of F.A.P.S participated in a two part professional development day; The Teacher Professional by Superintendent Ronald Phillip and a Spelling Workshop re-delivered by Mr. Irvin Smith and Mrs. Sharon Germain based on a session done previously with Ms. Elaine Higgleton (Publishing Director of Collins) at UWI Open Campus.

Everyone indicated that they were eager to share the knowledge acquired and practice their skills.

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