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This site provides access to several CSEC and CVQ certified courses to students of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School. Our expanding array of courses will provide  in-depth content and resources to learners. 

    Site announcements

    Message from Principal

    by System Administrator -

    Greetings Cardinals

     

    I trust that this week was a better one than last week.

     

    November has started and so has the month when we recognize several occasions or activities

     

    1  Mathematics Month 

    2. Mental Health Month 

    3. Music Month 

    4. Veterans Day or Remembrance Day (11th November)

    5. World Diabetes Day (14th November)

     

    All of these activities or observances are recognized at some level at our school.

     

    During this past week, we shared the theme for Math and Music Month and encouraged students and staff to engage in activities relating to these two subjects.

     

    On Thursday, I emailed a link to some exciting Math puzzles and hopefully, next week, we can feature some brilliant musicians both at school and some who are past students too. Currently, our school's YouTube channel and our school's website proudly feature some present and past students displaying outstanding musical talent. Take some time to view and to like these videos.

     

    Also coming up is our Virtual Spotlight. We will discuss this a little more next week.

     

    I do hope that you took advantage of Thursday's Off-teachers' day to catch up on assignments and to get some time away from the screen. It is important. So after every Day 6, we will do this.

     

    Remember:

     

    - keep to your schedule - everyone has a timetable.

    - log on daily for emails and Homeroom at 8:05 am

    - General Assembly is always on Mondays at 8:20

    - Communicate any concerns about anything to the people who CAN help you.

    - Do not complain unless you have REALLY tried

    - Do not give up!

    - Term 1's Assessment is Continuous Assessment for EVERY form level - no final term tests - so that's why you MUST engage and ensure that all work is done and submitted.

     

    Students, finally,

     

    Please note that WE DO NOT RETURN TO ONSITE  SCHOOL ON MONDAY.  The Ministry of Education has closed all schools until 30th November, 2020. If this changes, you will be informed. So, until then, continue to keep very safe..

     

    As we continue distance schooling, seek to give it your best...

     

    Here are some key emails: 

    A. Whole school - office@ccss.edu.lc

    B. Principal - mdaniel@ccss.edu.lc 

    C. Vice Principal  - agiffard-elcock@ccss.edu.lc

    D. Counsellor - ayorke@ccss.edu.lc or ccsscounselling@ccss.edu.lc

    E. MOODLE support - support@ccss.edu.lc

    F.  EMIS for email support - kcharles@ccss.edu.lc

    H. Learning Resource - hnarcisse@ccss.edu.lc

    I.  Shop Director - mpeterkin@ccss.edu.lc

    J. SRT elves - sfrederick@ccss.edu.lc or kst.luce@ccss.edu.lc or 

     

    Reach out to any above and we will get you the help that you need!

     

    Upcoming meetings

    Monday 9th November, 2020 - Form 1r12

    Tuesday 10th November, 2020 - Form 2r29 and 2r30

    Wednesday 11th November, 2020 - Form 2r31 and 2r32

     

    We will schedule meetings with Form 3s later during the following week.

     

    On Wednesday 11th November, 2020 - let us all find a poppy to wear in observance of Remembrance Day.

     

    Ok...We will discuss this even more next week.

     

    Have a wonderful weekend everyone.

     

    God bless you and your homes...

    From

    Your Principal


    Message from Principal

    by System Administrator -

    TRANSITIONING BACK TO FULL-TIME VIRTUAL DELIVERY METHODS

    28th October, 2020—9th November, 2020

    “THE CCSS PLAN”

    Greetings and Blessings to our Cardinals— Students and parents of CCSS,

    Once again, our school, and all schools, are closed for onsite teaching and learning. These are VERY challenging times and our school has been an unfortunate target of a vicious virus which has threatened onsite school life. So, unfortunately, we are now back to OFFSITE! Starting on 28th October to 9th November, 2020, WE START formal distant SCHOOLING. Wednesday 28th October is DAY 1, with a Religious RK Schedule during Home Room. Monday’s and Thursdays’ will be Assembly/Extended Homeroom. It is important to stick to our NORMAL school schedule. We are NOT to follow the current schedule as there are NO onsite days again and NO Day 7. So please keep engaged! Please, reach out to each other—communicate with your teachers and with your school’s administration.

    Thank God for the strides we made during last year’s Term Three, when we were faced with this very same predicament. Our various off-site platforms will assist in bridging the gaps that being off school creates. Form One students are fully oriented and should be interacting on our official learn-ing platform. Happy MOODLING everyone.

    We will continue to interact on MOODLE and subject teachers will continue to keep students engaged via this main platform. Other virtual sites will also be employed by teachers but these will definitely be communicated to students. Of course, all students should be VERY current with how to access their school’s email account which is activated through the www.gmail.com platform using: firstname.lastname@ccss.edu.lc Your generic password is Student123 If anyone has not accessed and has issues, please send a message—text, email to your home room teacher or to the school’s official email at office@ccss.edu.lc or support@ccss.edu.lc or mdaniel@ccss.edu.lc. Additionally, our MOODLE platform is accessed with the school’s email address as your USERNAME and the default password—changeme. If any student has failed to access, please communicate your reasons to the school’s resource team at email—support@ccss.edu.lc or send an email to office@ccss.edu.lc.

    As a comprehensive secondary school, we continue to ensure that all students are engaged, inspired and interacted with. Help us to let this happen by communicating all or any difficulties promptly. Reach out to your teachers during daily Homeroom sessions on the chosen platforms. It is important to note that we are ‘All In This Together’. Please check your emails daily for information—guidance, links, updates, etc. Virtual meetings will be scheduled for different people—e.g. Form 5’s parents’ meeting on Thursday evening at 6 pm via GoogleMeet. Link will be shared closer to day.

    Until we meet again— please keep safe and well, keep focused and please keep learning!


    Available courses

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    EDPM Form 4

    A TERM WITH A DIFFERENCE. WELCOME TO TERM THREE!!!


    Welcome back students to a new and certainly different term.  This course is designed to assist in the development of key skills and competencies which focuses on the creation, storage, transmission and management of electronic documents. 
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    EDPM Form 5

    Welcome students!!!


    For this term we will be reviewing topics covered in Terms one and two as well as work on revision through some past papers

    Information Technology Form 3

    Information Technology Form 3
    Course Description

    By the end of this term you will be able to have a more indept understanding as we look at the following areas:
    • Computer Fundamentals
    • Information Processing
    • Productivity Tools – Wordprocessing
    We are looking forward for your full cooperation and …….Let’s continue to have fun as usual!!!!!

    Looking forward to another exciting term with you!

    Information Technology Form 4

    By the end of this term you will be able to have a more concrete understanding in the following areas:
    • Information Processing
    • Computer Networks and Security
    Mobile Networks
    • Transmission Media
    • Network Components
    • Web Technologies
    • Productivity Tools – Spreadsheet, Database and Web Design
    Teacher: C Chandler

    Introduction to Business Education Form 2

    This course is designed to introduce students to the wonders of the business world through a simple matter of fact method.

    The course aims to cover five subject areas mainly: Principles of Business (POB), Principles of Accounts (POA), Office Administration (OA), Electronic Document Preparation Management (EDPM) and Economics (Econ).

    It is hoped that this would furnish students with enough information that would assist them in making an educated choice when the time comes for their subject selection at the end of form two.
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    Office Administration Form 5

    WELCOME TO YOUR OFFICE ADMIN ONLINE CLASS!!!


    Office Administration is a subject in Business Education which focuses on developing competencies in administrative principles, procedures and policies to function efficiently in a modern office environment.  

    In this course you will focus on developing knowledge and attaining skills to adapt to the following offices:
      • Accounts/Finance
      • Procurement and Inventory
      • Sales, Marketing and Customer Service
      • Operations, Despatch and Transport Service

    Principles of Accounts Form 3



    WELCOME, WELCOME, WELCOME Dear Students, to a wonderful and different learning environment-Our Virtual Classroom.  Enjoy each day and know you are surrounded by support, we are all in this together, learning to navigate our way through to experience an exciting journey.  Try your best in everything you do, stay positive, have fun and keep smiling, we’ll do great

    There is only one rule in this virtual class – The Golden Rule-Find what it is

    Your POA Teachers

     


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    Principles of Accounts Form 4

    Finance is the heart of all organizations, including the home. Accounting provides individuals with the unique opportunity to keep the heart of any institution functioning adequately.

    Source documents, books of original entry, ledgers, trial balance and income statements, are the financial items prepared and used to help ensure the smooth functioning and, survival of the business organization.

    In this online revision course, the student will attempt to significantly improve on knowledge and use of the necessary tools that are helpful in keeping the organisation functioning adequately.

    Do enjoy working.




    English A Form 1

    Awesome English A Students of Form One! 

    Welcome to Term One of this new academic year 2020//21!

    Your English Teachers, Ms. Louis, Ms. John, Ms Aimable and Mrs. Jones , all have faith in your ability to excel, even amidst all challenges. 

    Let's work together towards Excellence!


    Be guided by the following standards which we are expected to uphold as competent students of English A. 

    CURRICULUM STANDARDS

       Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English Grammar and Usage when writing or speaking.

     

      Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.

     

       Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings. 

    Analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone (e.g., how the language evokes a sense of time and place; how it sets a formal or informal tone).

     

     Read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, 

     

    Use context (e.g., the overall meaning of a sentence, paragraph, or text; a word's position or function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase

     

     Verify the preliminary determination of the meaning of a word or phrase (e.g., by checking the inferred meaning in context or in a dictionary).


     Use precise words and phrases, relevant descriptive details, and sensory language to convey experiences and events.

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    Further to this, we will cover the following topics during the first 5 cycles, so it would behoove you to begin exploring them, in preparation for your classes.  

    *Sentence Structure

    * Parts of Speech 

    * Punctuation 

    *Context Clues

    * Synonyms 

    * Antonyms 

    * Homonyms 

    *The Simple Present Tense

    *The Present Continuous Tense

    Reading Comprehension passages:

    Unit 1: School  Days

    Unit 2: Nature in Tropics

    Unit 3

    Form One Moodlers, I want to reassure you that we your teachers are right here to ensure that you sail through this journey successfully. 

    REMINDERS

        Observe the rules of Netiquette

        Always have a positive attitude

        Be present and punctual everyday

        Respect the contribution of everyone

        Manage your time effectively

        Each task should be neatly organized and presented

    YES YOU'VE GOT THIS! !

     


    Your English Teachers 



    English A Form 2





    Awesome English A Students of Form Two! 

    Welcome to Term One of this new academic year 2020//21!

    Your English Teachers, Mr. Trotman, Ms. Desir, Ms. Louis, Mrs. Jones, and Ms. John, all have faith in your ability to excel, even amidst all challenges. 

    Let's work together towards Excellence!


    Be guided by the following standards which we are expected to uphold as competent students of English A. 

    CURRICULUM STANDARDS

       Demonstrate command of the conventions of Standard English Grammar and Usage when writing or speaking.

     

      Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts, to make effective choices for meaning or style, and to comprehend more fully when reading or listening.

     

       Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text, including figurative and connotative meanings. 

    Analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone (e.g., how the language evokes a sense of time and place; how it sets a formal or informal tone).

     

     Read and comprehend literature, including stories, dramas, and poems, 

     

    Use context (e.g., the overall meaning of a sentence, paragraph, or text; a word's position or function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase

     

     Verify the preliminary determination of the meaning of a word or phrase (e.g., by checking the inferred meaning in context or in a dictionary).


     Use precise words and phrases, relevant descriptive details, and sensory language to convey experiences and events.

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    Further to this, we will cover the following topics during the first 5 cycles, so it would behoove you to begin exploring them, in preparation for your classes.  

    *Sentence Structure

    *Context Clues

    *The Simple Present Tense

    *The Present Continuous Tense

    *Synonyms

    *Sentence Combination with the words, who, which, whose, that and whom 


    Reading Comprehension Passages:

    Rain- Unit 3

    Pets- Unit 1

    Smoking - Unit 4


    Persevere, no excuses!

    Be diligent and consistent.

    Reach out to us if you encounter any challenges.

     


    REMINDERS

        Observe the rules of Netiquette

        Always have a positive attitude

        Be present and punctual everyday

        Respect the contribution of everyone

        Manage your time effectively

        Each task should be neatly organized and presented

    YES YOU'VE GOT THIS! !

     

     



    English A Form 3

    Welcome form 3 students of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary school!

    You are about to embark on a third term of English Language learning like no other that you have experienced before. Rather than sitting on uncomfortable seats or in hot classrooms, our classes this term will take place virtually through this platform. We know that many of you enjoy the use of technology and we hope that you will be enthusiastic in going through the content and completing the exercises that are posted here on Moodle. Although you are working from home, ensure that you do what is necessary to master the various skills.

    Your various form 3 teachers are available and eager to assist you as much as possible. Each week, new material will be posted for you and there will be at least one exercise or activity that you will be required to submit for grading. The skill areas that you will practice include:
    • Poetry comprehension
    • Prose Comprehension
    • Vocabulary & Spelling
    • Grammar & Mechanics
    • Writing argumentative essays
    • Writing Letters to the Editor
    Enjoy this term of Language learning and practice as you embrace the virtual learning experience.

    English A Form 4

    HELLO Students!

    Welcome to our new English Language learning platform for term one of the 2020 - 2021 academic year. As students of Form Four you are now delving into the heart of the material to be covered in preparation for CSEC exams. However, the mastery of the material is not just for exams, but to increase your communicative competence for life. This term you will be focusing on the following language areas:

    1. Narrative Writing
    2. Descriptive Writing
    3. Effective Speaking and Listening
    4. Comprehension skills (Poetry and Prose)
    5. Multiple Choice (Spelling, Vocabulary, Grammar & Usage, Reading Comprehension)

    This term will be different than what you are used to, since we will be following a seven day cycle in which you will only be onsite on alternate days, with day seven serving as a planning day for teachers. This means that much of your term's work will be covered by you independently and through the use of this platform. Please be disciplined and responsible...

    We wish you the very best this term. Make learning fun! 

    Welcome All! 

    Your Fourth Form teachers...

    English A Form 5

    Hello Students!

     Welcome to our new learning platform for term three. Ordinarily at this juncture, you would have been at home on study break, working at your own pace preparing yourself for your CSEC examinations. This has not changed except that we are going to assist and guide your practice until you are ready to take the exam using this virtual platform. So where it appears that there may be a significant lack of motivation to accomplish the tasks assigned, we shall guide you so you don't feel overwhelmed. Your practice will comprise mainly of consolidation exercises for the CSEC English A Multiple Choice Paper 1. This paper consists of 60 multiple choice items arranged in two sections.

     SECTION ONE consists of 25 discrete items and will test your ability to understand meaning through :
    WORD CHOICE
    GRAMMAR
    SYNTAX 
    SENTENCE STRUCTURE
    PUNCTUATION
    PARAGRAPHING
     GRAMMAR

     SECTION TWO consists of 35 reading comprehension items based on five stimuli:
     ONE POEM
    ONE LITERARY EXTRACT
     ONE EXPOSITORY EXTRACT
    ONE ARGUMENTATIVE EXTRACT
    ONE VISUAL EXTRACT


     The marks will be awarded on your ability to :
     a) obtain information accurately
     b) grasp insights from reading literature; and
     c) recognise and evaluate opinions.

     Therefore students this is your opportunity to engage wholeheartedly in the practice exercises to ensure that you achieve a grade one. As you have been informed your English CSEC grade will comprise of your SBA grade and the Multiple Choice Paper.

     Best Wishes!
     " We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us." Phillipians 4:13

    English B Form 3

    Welcome students to the commencement of the CSEC English B syllabus of study. This term you will be introduced to literature as a subject area and to the various genres of writing that you will study over the next three academic years, as part of this course. In terms of material, you will also be required to analyze and discuss selected short stories and poems from "A World of Prose" and "A World of Poetry" respectively. I encourage you to take the study of English B very seriously. Do the required reading and revision and complete all assignments. you will find this class most interesting!

    English B Form 4

    Literature refers to a body of creative and imaginative written works that capture human experiences, values, cultures and emotions. All of these are expressed in the form of literary works such as plays, poems, short stories and novels. Literature is very important since it represents a gateway through which languages, experiences, emotions and cultures of a people are communicated. Literature also enables us to analyze and explore all types of human conditions. In this term we will be studying the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird by Nelle Harper Lee in addition to prescribed poems and short stories from "A World of Poetry" and "A World of Prose" respectively.

    English B Form 5

    Hello students! Welcome to your third and final year of preparation for CSEC examinations in English B/English Literature. This first term of Form five will see us completing our study of William Shakespeare's comedy "The Tempest." This will be followed by the West Indian drama "Ti-Jean and His Brothers" by St. Lucian Nobel Laureate, Sir Derek Walcott. Hopefully by the end of the term you will be competent in speaking and writing on the characters, setting, plot, themes, motifs and dramatic techniques used in both plays. You will also be required to study prescribed short stories and poems from "A World of Prose" and "A World of Poetry" respectively. It may seem like a lot to cover but I trust in your ability as CCSS fifth formers. Just do your best and be disciplined. Success is then guaranteed

     J. Biscette

    English Literature Form 2

    In Literature, we read stories, novels, dramas, Poetry and non-fiction. Personal connections, interpretations and responses to literature are made to show an understanding of a text. Vocabulary instruction and growth is also emphasized to aid in the comprehension of a text. This term, the novel being studied is ,"The Skin I'm In" by Sharon Flake as well as a poem entitled, "My Parents" by Stephen Spender. 

    Throughout this term, students will:

    1. Read the text in its entirety.

    2. Discuss themes, symbols and citing relevant examples

    3. Provide objective summaries for each chapter of the text

    4. Determine the meaning of words  and phrases and connotations including figurative language.

    5. Conduct research to establish context for the text being studied

    6. Show an appreciation for Literature. 


    English Literature Form 1

    In Literature, we read stories, novels, dramas, Poetry and non-fiction. Personal connections, interpretations and responses to literature are made to show an understanding of a text. Vocabulary instruction and growth is also emphasized to aid in the comprehension of a text. This term, the novel being studied is ,"The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas" by John Boyne as well as a poem entitled, 'The Pig's Tale" by Grace Gordon Walker. 

    Throughout this term, students will:

    1. Read the text in its entirety.

    2. Discuss themes, symbols and citing relevant examples

    3. Provide objective summaries for each chapter of the text

    4. Determine the meaning of words  and phrases and connotations including figurative language.

    5. Conduct research to establish context for the text being studied

    6. Show an appreciation for Literature. 

    Mathematics Form 1

    "Mathematics is pure. It does not rust or decay. It only needs your thought to make it work.

    Mathematics goes beyond the real world.  Yet the real world seems to be ruled by it."


    Pierce, Rod. (1 Dec 2019). "Welcome to Mathematics". Math Is Fun. Retrieved 27 Apr 2020 from http://www.mathsisfun.com/mathematics.html

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    Mathematics Form 2

    WELCOME STUDENTS TO FORM 2 MATHEMATICS!
    The Mathematics department welcomes students to our Mathematics Virtual Learning page for the academic year 2020/21. This very unique term will encompass both on site classes as well as online, therefore, all your course content will be posted here so you can follow up on classes missed or any content  you would like to revise.




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    Mathematics Form 3

    Welcome students to our Mathematics Virtual Learning page and to first term in your new academic year. The Mathematics department takes pleasure in making your Mathematics learning as easy as possible while completing our term's work using a blended approach.  While some of your classes will be on site and online, all your course content will be posted here so you can follow up on classes missed or any content  you would like to revise.

     We do hope that you find this experience meaningful and rewarding.

    Through the coming weeks, please remember the following:

    1. Check announcements daily to keep abreast with any new information.
    2. Use your time table to verify your online classes.
    3. Look out for new activities and assessment
    4. Use the "Students Questions and Answers" forum to ask questions to your teachers about any thing you are not sure about.
    5. Use the Students Speak forum exchange ideas with your fellow classmates.
    Remember this is an extension of your onsite class and you are expected to abide by the norms and expectations of your class.

    French Form 1

    BIENVENUE AU COURS DE FRANÇAIS!

    Welcome to your Virtual French Classroom. Moodlers , for some of you French maybe completely new to you for others it will be a continuation of what you started at Primary school. 

    Are you ready to learn about the French language and culture? 

    In this course you will find materials and resources to support this term's Topics that we will be covering here. At the end of this term you will be able to :

    1. Use the different forms of greetings in French 

    2. Give basic information about yourself 

    Form One Moodlers, you are not ONLY going to learn how to read and write in French but all Four language skills will be developed. 

    You are going to Listen, Speak , Read, Write and even Breathe French!

     Students I urge you to put your mind to it, put your heart in it and HAVE FUN DOING IT! 

     "You are braver than you believe , stronger than you seem and smarter than you think" Christopher Robin

    ALL THE BEST IN OUR VIRTUAL CLASSROOM FOR FRENCH. BON COURAGE!!!


    French Form 2

    Salut tout le monde!

    Bienvenue au cours de francais!   

    It's a new academic year and I am sure that you are very excited to continue learning about the French language and culture.  This term we are going to be working on different units or themes.  In this course you are going to become very proficient in the following unit:

    Shopping 

    Food

    - Identify food items and shops

    -Discuss French meals and customs

    - State what you eat/drink

    -State food preferences

    -State what items can be bought at various shops

    Remember that we will be exposing you to activities which will enable you to use ALL the language skills!  Always do your best and never give up.  

    You can do it! 

    French Form 3


    Bonjour les enfants!
    Bienvenue au Cours de Français!
    Ici dans la classe virtuelle on va apprendre et s’amuser!







    French Form 4

    Bonjour, bienvenue à la classe de français pour les étudiants de troisième!
    C’est un endroit à apprendre et s’amuser.

    Welcome back students! Hope all of you are in good health. I’m sure that you miss French class and are more than ready to start this term.

    Cette trimestre on va travailler sur les thèmes les métiers et la routine journalière. On va apprendre beaucoup et on va s’amuser!

    French Form 5

    Bienvenue à la classe virtuelle de séconde et à votre dernière trimestre au collège de CCSS.
    Cette trimestre on va préparer pour l’examen de CSEC. On va reviser les thèmes, l’école et la carrière, le sports et la récréation, le shopping et le voyage.

    Spanish Form 1

    !Hola! 

     ¡Bienvenidos al curso de Español!

     In this course we are going to review and ultimately master the following topics: 

     Home and family

     1. The alphabet and numbers

     2. Nouns (gender and plural)

     3. Adjectives 

    4. Verbs (Ser and tener) 

    5. Gustar and the negative.


    Be ready to use all of the language skills to be the BEST Spanish student ever!

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    Spanish Form 2

    ¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español!

    Welcome to our virtual classroom students. I hope everyone is doing well and excited to be back!

    ¡Están listos! Are you ready!
    ¡Vámonos!


    Spanish Form 3

    HOLA ALUMNOS Y BIENVENIDOS!!

    Está abierta nuestra aula virtual en Moodle! Entren, siéntense y abróchense los cinturones porque aunque habrá un poco de turbulencia en este vuelo inaugural, también habrá experiencias nuevas y maravillosas, lecturas interesantes, discusiones intensas, actividades divertidas y por supuesto, ¡lecciones interactivas!

    Les deseo disciplina, paciencia con ustedes mismos y ¡mucho exito! ¡Qué les vaya muy bien en esta nueva aventura! ¡Suerte y buen viaje!

    En esta clase, vamos a revisar los siguientes temas:

    1. La Vida Escolar (School Life)
    - Las Asignaturas
    - Las Partes de la Escuela
    - El Uniforme
    - Los Profesores
    -Las Actividades Extracurriculares
    - En el Salon de Clase (Objetos)


    2. En Casa con la Familia (Home and Family)
    - Los Miembros de la Familia y Las Mascotas
    - Las Partes de la Casa
    - Adjetivos
    - Materiales
    - Los Muebles
    - Los Electrodómesticos
    - Los Quehaceres

    3. Los Deportes y el Ocio (Sports and Leisure)
    - Una lista de los diferentes deportes
    - ¿Qué haces en tu tiempo libre?
    - Actividades Extracurriculares
    - Actividades Preferidas
    - Verbos






    Spanish Form 4

    ¡Bienvenidos a la clase de Español! 

    Nosotros vamos a revisar

    La escuela

    Los Deportes y los pasatiempos

      El hogar

    El viaje


    ¡Manos a la obra!

    Spanish Form 5

    !Bienvenidos a la clase de español!

    Nosotros vamos a hacer:

    Ir de compras



    ¡Manos a la obra!

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    Biology Form 4

    Biology Wordle
    This course is designed to help students understand the interactions and inter dependencies found within the organic world by exploring the structure and function of life forms at the molecular, cellular, organism and ecosystem levels.

     It also provides awareness of the importance of our biodiversity and the unique role of humans in conserving, protecting and improving the environment for future generations.
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    Biology Form 3

    Biology wordle
    This course is designed to help students understand the interactions and inter dependencies found within the organic world by exploring the structure and function of life forms at the molecular, cellular, organism and ecosystem levels.

    It also provides awareness of the importance of our biodiversity and the unique role of humans in conserving, protecting and improving the environment for future generations.

    Chemistry Form 3

    This course was designed in-keeping with the objectives that were outlined by Caribbean Examination Council in the May-June 2015 Chemistry syllabus. 

    Chemistry consists of both a theoretical and practical aspect which allows students to work individually and in groups with their peers. The course will be focused on understanding the structure and behavior of matter as well as the physical and chemical properties. Students should be able to apply the principles taught, both theoretically and practically, to better understand the environment, technology and the significance of the well-being of man. 

    Finally, the course is geared towards developing independent and critical thinkers that can apply investigative and problem solving skills to improve themselves, science and technology. 



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    Chemistry Form 4

    This course was designed in-keeping with the objectives that were outlined by Caribbean Examination Council in the May-June 2015 Chemistry syllabus.

    Chemistry consists of both a theoretical and practical aspect which allows students to work individually and in groups with their peers. The course will be focused on understanding the structure and behavior of matter as well as the physical and chemical properties. Students should be able to apply the principles taught, both theoretically and practically, to better understand the environment, technology and the significance of the well-being of man.

    Finally, the course is geared towards developing independent and critical thinkers that can apply investigative and problem solving skills to improve themselves, science and technology.


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    Chemistry Form 5

    This course was designed in-keeping with the objectives that were outlined by Caribbean Examination Council in the May-June 2015 Chemistry syllabus. 

    Chemistry consists of both a theoretical and practical aspect which allows students to work individually and in groups with their peers. The course will be focused on understanding the structure and behavior of matter as well as the physical and chemical properties. Students should be able to apply the principles taught, both theoretically and practically, to better understand the environment, technology and the significance of the well-being of man. 

    Finally, the course is geared towards developing independent and critical thinkers that can apply investigative and problem solving skills to improve themselves, science and technology. 


    Integrated Science Form 3

    SIMPLE MACHINES
    This science course will take you during these weeks through a series of exciting topic related to simple machines (lever, gears, pulley, wheel and axle, wedge, inclined plane). This course also includes materials and videos that will help you to understand why do engineer care about simple machines and how such devices are important and common in our world today that individuals use daily.
    The class content follows the objectives expressed in the Integrated Science Syllabus for CXC.
    We hope you can enjoy it!!
    Course objectives:
    • Understand what a simple machine is and how it works.
    • Identify and describe simple machines.
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    Physics Form 3

    Welcome Students to Physics. Albert Einstein stated that “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” I view this as a miracle because we get to incorporate the use of technology in our classroom through the use of online learning. Thank You to Moodle
    This term we will be focus on these topics:
    1. Statics
    i. Forces
    ii. Weight
    iii. Gravity
    iv. Deformation

    2. Linear Motion
    i. Motion in Straight Line

    3. Dynamics
    i. Newton’s Laws
    ii. Momentum
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    Introduction to Research Methods

    This course is designed to provide students with the practical tools of doing  research and the theoretical background for critiquing and designing research on various topics. We will focus on basic qualitative methods and quantitative methods enabling students to design a research project addressing specific and testable questions.

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    Caribbean History Form 3

    Welcome my Form 3 Caribbean History students to this new learning platform for Term 3. I know for some this term will be challenging, remember I will be there to render any assistance needed. Each week new material will be posted for you. You are required to submit at least one exercise or activity for grading. Information/content and exercises will be based on the following Core: 

    The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas 

    1. Geographical location of Maya, Taino and Kalinago.
     2. Social, religious, political and economic organisation of Maya, Taino and Kalinago.
    Teacher: Bertha Joseph
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    Social Studies Form 1




    Welcome students to Term Three!  This term, the teaching learning experience will be executed via the virtual learning platform; Moodle! 

    Are you excited to get started students?! I know, we are!                       

    As we venture into another fun filled and interactive school term, we will be focusing on the three Rs: 

     Reflecting, 

    Revisiting                                                       

    And                                                                                                  

     Reviewing,                                                                 

                                                                                           

     topics and concepts that were covered during the First and Second Term. This is to ensure that every student learns at his/her pace in the comfort of their homes. 

    We the Social Science teachers are confident that every student will benefit from this form of learning. It is imperative that you play your part as a good student, to contribute and enhance your learning in this virtual learning platform. Remember students, success comes with hard work and dedication. And we the social sciences teachers are dedicated to ensuring that you have a successful term by catering to all of your learning needs. 

                                                                  

                                                                          LET’S DO THIS!!   





                                                                                

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    Social Studies Form 5

    OBJECTIVES
    Students should be able to:
    1. explain and use correctly terms and concepts associated with regional integration.
    2. outline the major stages in the integration movement.
    3. state the major objectives of CARICOM, OECS .
    4. describe the factors that hinder and promote regional integration.
    5. explain the benefits of regional integration.

    Moodling Teachers

    This course is geared towards providing online resources, guides and information necessary for equipping CCSS teachers into becoming professional moodlers. The course is separated into various sections for ease of navigations and provides step by step tutorials for setting up and maintaining a suitable learning environment for students.

    Academic Achievement

    This course teaches techniques that any student can use to improve Academic Achievement.

    Career Guidance

    This course is designed to guide students in the selection of subjects best suited for their career choice.

    Employability & Career Development

    This course is a full resource for Form 3, 4 & 5 students to prepare for job seeking, further career planning & development.

    Teacher: Anyka Yorke

    Introduction to Online Learning

    This course walks students through the features of the VLE Platform  as well as General Guidelines for safe and positive interactions online.

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    Agricultural Science Form 3

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) syallabus. The course is designed to address the food and agriculture sector in the Caribbean; a region consisting of many Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The core structure of design to this course is to achieve food and nutrition security, adopt sustainable agricultural appraoches that are responsive to an uncertain physical and economic environment; contribute to economic diversification through transformation of communities and improvement of livelihoods; and ensure that the human resource capacity available to the sector is adequate in quality and quantity.
    The course require students to complete at least 10 practical skills; 2 experimental investigations (1 crop; 1 animal); 2 cost analyses (1 crop; 1 animal) as part of their SBA. SBA's make up 40% of the Final Mark.
    The Final Examamination is worth 60% and includes Paper 1 and Paper 2.
    If a student does not submit SBA's, this is regarded as an automatic fail.
    Requisite for Agricultural Science: CHEMISTRY
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    Agricultural Science Form 4

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) syallabus. The course is designed to address the food and agriculture sector in the caribbean; a region consisting of many Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The core structure of design to this course is to achieve food and nutrition security, adopt sustainable agricultural approches that are responsive to an uncertain physical and economic environment; contribute to economic diversification through tranformation of communities and improvement of livlihoods; and ensure that the human resource capacity available to the sector is adequate in quality and quantity.
    The course would require you to complete at least 10 practical skills; 2 experimental investigations ( 1 crop; 1 Animal); 2 cost analyses (1 crop; 1 animal) as part of your SBA. SBA's make up 40% of the Final Mark.
    The Final Examamination is worth 60% and includes Paper 1 and Paper 2.
    If a student does submit SBA's, this is regarded as an automatic fail.
    Requisite for Agricultural Science: CHEMISTRY
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    Agricultural Science Form 5

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) syallabus. The course is designed to address the food and agriculture sector in the caribbean; a region consisting of many Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The core structure of design to this course is to achieve food and nutrition security, adopt sustainable agricultural approches that are responsive to an uncertain physical and economic environment; contribute to economic diversification through tranformation of communities and improvement of livlihoods; and ensure that the human resource capacity available to the sector is adequate in quality and quantity.
    The course would require you to complete at least 10 practical skills; 2 experimental investigations ( 1 crop; 1 Animal); 2 cost analyses (1 crop; 1 animal) as part of your SBA. SBA's make up 40% of the Final Mark.
    The Final Examamination is worth 60% and includes Paper 1 and Paper 2.
    If a student does submit SBA's, this is regarded as an automatic fail.
    Requisite for Agricultural Science: CHEMISTRY
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    Auto Mechanics Form 3

    WELCOME This course is an introductory course to Auto Mechanics

    1. THE COOLING SYSTEM
    Students will look the video and familiarise themselves with the different components of the system.
    Students will also answer particular questions.


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    Physical Education & Sport Form 3

    Welcome Students to a new term, and new mode of teaching and learning!


    Physical Education & Sport is an integral vehicle for improving health, behavior, sports participation and performance, as well as preparing students for a potential career in the field of sport.

    The Physical Education & Sport syllabus comprises a Compulsory Core and the Sport component. The Compulsory Core includes History & Development of Sport, Anatomy & Physiology, Fitness & Performance, Health & Nutrition, and Trends & Social Issues. Given the current situation which faces the world, our virtual Physical Education & Sport classes will take various forms in an attempt to grasp our topics in a very fun and creative way.  

    The following topics will be reviewed this term:
    1. The Nature of Physical Education & Sport
    2. The Skeletal System
    3. The Muscular System

    More than ever, this term requires discipline, determination, collaboration, and a positive mindset! All the best students!

    "With determination, discipline and hard work all dreams become a reality"

    Physical Education & Sport Form 1

    Welcome students to your new school, a new mode of learning, and a broader perspective of Physical Education & Sport!

    Physical Education & Sport at this level comprises two components:

    1. Theory - (this is where you learn about the History & Development of PE & Sport, Anatomy & Physiology, Fitness & Performance, Health & Nutrition, and Trends & Social Issues in sport.
    2. Practical - (in this component you will be introduced to new sports, and events, and you will learn the skills required for various sports. Students will also get the opportunity to represent the school at the Inter schools level)

    Moreover, we expect students to embrace this new perspective, and approach sports more professionally.

    This term we will engage in the following topics and practicals if time permits:
    Theory
    o The Nature and Meaning of Physical Education & Sport
    o The History of Physical Education & Sport
    o The Training Session

    Practical
    o The sprint test
    o The fundamentals of running (The Crouch start, Standing start, running techniques)
    o Ball throw
    o Introduction to field events (long jump, short put, discus)

    We look forward to successful term using this blended approach!

    Theatre Arts Form 1

    Congratulations and welcome to Theatre Arts at CCSS. This term you will be engaged in discovering and developing your skills as a young performer. You will be expected to engage in independent learning through research, discussion, rehearsal and creating. Do take charge of your experience in this class. We require you to give 100% effort in participating in practical classes.

    We want to build an environment of trust, respect and a safe space for coming out of your comfort zones.


    The following topics to be covered for Term1 are:
    Elements of Theatre
    Theatre Spaces
    Parts of the Stage
    Theatre Roles
    Critiquing a performance
    Drama Improvisation
    Dance Improvisation
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    Clothing & Textiles Form 3

    Hello Lovely People!! I see you had an adventurous week exploring the content that was put on here for your review last week. I am impressed with the time and commitment that you devoted to your tasks, ensuring that all your tasks were done well. Well done to all of you!!!!! This week we are moving on full steam ahead. We will be revising the Basic Hand Stitches - permanent, temporary, decorative and functional... and also techniques for their formation. Keep the enthusiasm and remain on task always. You can do it! We are gonna have a fun time!!!! Stay tuned....stay connected!!!
    Teacher: Jean Albertie

    Clothing & Textiles Form 4

    Hello Students.... Welcome to our virtual Classroom for Textiles, Clothing and Fashion.
    We will only be doing revision exercises during the course of this online learning period.

    Try your best to complete all your assignments and where necessary attempt your practical exercises on your sewing machine.

    Stay tuned....stay connected.... We're gonna have fun!!!

    Teacher: Jean Albertie

    Clothing & Textiles Form 5

    Hello Form Five Students!!

    I trust that you are revising in preparation for your CSEC Exams. Although we are not scheduled to meet in the first cycle of online learning, I have placed some exercises here for you to help prepare you for your upcoming exams.  


    Teacher: Jean Albertie

    Food and Nutrition Form 3

    Hello Students and Welcome Back!

    Remember that we're in this together!

    Learning can be just as fun online....
    Ready to learn?...….. Lets Go

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) Syllabus. The Food, Nutrition and Health Syllabus is intended to provide opportunities for the development of skills in planning, preparation and presentation of food. This ia a basic requirement for health and well being. In addition, the course provides an understanding of the nature of food and the principles of nutrition .
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    Food and Nutrition Form 4

    Welcome back students! Team work makes the dream work.

    Let’s get started!

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) Syllabus. The Food, Nutrition and Health Syllabus is intended to provide opportunities for the development of skills in planning, preparation and presentation of food. This is a basic requirement for health and well being. In addition, the course provides an understanding of the nature of food and the principles of nutrition . Student's at this level are engaged in a more in-depth study of the subject along with the CSEC School Based Assessment( SBA) beginning in the third term.

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    Food and Nutrition Form 5

    This course is alligned with the main objectives of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) Syllabus. The Food, Nutrition and Health Syllabus is intended to provide opportunities for the development of skills in planning, preparation and presentation of food. This ia a basic requirement for health and well being. In addition, the course provides an understanding of the nature of food and the principles of nutrition .

    Food Preparation and Restaurant Services Form 3

    This course is alligned with the skills and knowledge required to operate competently in the Hopitality Industry, more specifically a Food and Beverage Establishment.

    The NVQ in Food and Drink Service Level 1 is for individuals whose Food and Beverage Service role require well developed behavioural competence, but whose scope for independent decision making and for bringing about change is limited.
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    Food Preparation and Restaurant Services Form 4

    Welcome back students!

    THE EXPERTS IN
    ANYTHING WAS
    ONCE A
    BEGINNER

    Proceed with confidence!
    You have the potential!



    This course is a work-based training program in keeping with the requirements of the National Vocational Qualification ( NVQ) Level 1 standards. Students learn employability skills required in any workplace. This is a Regional Occupational Standard that has been approved for training and certification in CARICOM territories. The NVQ Level 1 in Food & Beverage - Restaurant Service allows students to develop behavioral competencies. The qualification covers competencies by providing services in Food & Beverages – Restaurant service Level 1 such as being able to understand and carry out components of tourism and hospitality, business services and information technology while working in a safe and hygienic manner.
    Some areas covered in this program include:
     Work with colleagues and customers
     Develop and update hospitality Industry Knowledge
     Provide food and beverage service
     Follow work place hygiene procedure
     Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages
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    Theatre Arts Form 3

    Welcome to CSEC Theatre Arts. Over the course of this academic year, as an active participant, you will be engaged in learning about the world of Western Theatre, Caribbean Cultural practices and Theatrical Forms, theatre conventions as well as developing skills for basic stage performance.

    As a budding performer, you will be encouraged to take charge of your learning experience through independent as well as collaborative exploration, research, and presentation.

    The following topics to be covered for Term1 are:

    -Elements of Theatre
    -Theatre Roles
    -Theatre Stages
    -Parts of the stage
    -Drama Improvisation
    -Dance Fundamentals
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    Theatre Arts Form 4

    This course has been task of continuing to explore and make theatre happen within a new medium. The job of the performer is to look at life and find the story to tell and the truth to bring to the stage no matter where that stage exists. We will be honing in and fine tuning our performance skills as we explore the art of Storytelling. The aim is for quality more than quantity in the product being produced in Theatre. Welcome and trust yourself to explore and become a different and stronger performer

    The topics to be covered this term include:
    The Cultural Form: Storytelling
    Drama:
    -Dramatic Reading
    -Characterization
    - Physicalization
    - Scene Analysis
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    Theatre Arts Form 5

    The aim has always been produce an excellent group of not just St. Lucian but Caribbean performers and theatre persons who can grow the art form. We're diversifying and expanding our capacity and portfolio as thespians, actors, dancers, stage managers, designers.