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The top one percent performers at the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) this year were drawn from a number of primary schools some of which have either never been included in the prestigious group or have not been included for many years.Listed among the unusual top performing schools this year is the Ketley Primary School. Eleven-year-old Jude Eversley with a score of 557 marks shares the 17th position with two others,Wholesale Authentic Jerseys, Cecil Abrams of the New Guyana School and Kyle Joseph of Aishalton Primary.Jude,China Jerseys, in the company of his parents and teacher, visited this newspaper yesterday in order to share his sentiments about the achievement.According to the elated young man he first learnt of his accomplishment last Friday from his class teacher,Cheap Adidas Hockey Jerseys, Miss Beverly DeJohn.“Miss called and asked that me and my parents come down to the school but she did not tell us why. So I had no idea at first…” Jude said.Although he expected to do well the lad revealed that he had not expected to top his entire school and be listed among the top one percent. He had in fact already topped his class performance.Jude, a resident of Sussex Street, Charlestown, said that when he first got the news he simply smiled but in fact felt like “jumping and touching the ceiling.”Joyful and happy were the adjectives Jude selected to describe how he felt about making his school stand out in the top one percent of the 2009 NGSA.The aspiring doctor said that he expects to attend the school of his desire, Queen’s College,Wholesale Stitched Jerseys, when the new school term begins in September.According to DeJohn she feels especially proud that Jude has excelled even as she said that this year was the first time she was tasked with teaching the Grade Six Class. And Jude,Anders Nilsson Jersey, she said, was her inspiration to ensure that everything she taught was well researched.The lad was always abreast of current affairs and had instant answers to questions. However, his downfall she noted was the fact that he disliked writing and would waste much time when required to do so.The lad’s parents, Neil and Aeledia Eversley, said that they always expected him to do well as he had displayed immense academic potential even from the nursery level. Aeledia said that in order to encourage Jude to read she promised to pay him $20 for each book he read,http://www.soccerpro.us.com/Atletico-Madrid-FC/, a deal she had to withdraw after the lad took up the challenge with much enthusiasm costing her quite a sum.Neil however revealed that at no point in time did he allow his son to stay up past his 21:00 hour’s bedtime, despite the fact that exams were drawing near.He said that Jude was only exposed to regular schoolwork except for the term before the assessment when he was sent to Mr Wilfred Success’s lesson at the West Ruimveldt Primary School.“Jude was just a regular child the whole time and he had to be reminded to do his homework but we knew he had it in him to do well,” said the proud father.Jude has since been awarded a trophy for being the top NGSA performer at the primary school.
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