Government Primary Schools In Barbados
All children living in Barbados are expected to begin primary school at no later than five years old.
The government provides free primary education for children and all primary schools follow the same curriculum which leads to an exam known as the Common Entrance Exam (CEE). The CEE is usually taken at the age of 11 and according to the child's performance, he or she is transferred to a secondary school.
However, schools offer different extra curricular activities and some offer service clubs such as girl guides and boys scouts. All primary schools take part in the annual 'National Primany School Athletic Competition' (NAPSAC).
Here is a list of the Goverment Primary Schools found on the island.