Where are you located?
We are located in Barbados. However, due to the online format we can work with children from anywhere in the world if need be.
What syllabus do you follow?
We follow the CXC CSEC syllabus. However, if need be, we are versed in the syllabi utilized for other examination bodies.
What are your classes like?
Once your child has registered they are provided with an email address and gain access to the Google Classroom. We utilize information technology for remote learning to engage the students. Our classes are fun and interactive. We also conduct laboratory experiments; the students are encouraged to demonstrate their understanding of what is taking place and write-up their findings based on the experiments being conducted. During the summer, we distribute lab kits to every child allowing children to actively participate in the practical concepts being demonstrated.
Children are also provided with workbooks and worksheets are uploaded to the classroom every week. This environment of continuous assessment leads to meaningful learning and positive learning outcomes.
What qualifications do you have?
Ms.Peter has been teaching for approximately 5 years. She is currently a graduate teacher at Harrison College. She possesses a Bachelors Degree with Honours in Biochemistry. Additionally, she is a final year Post-Graduate student at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus where she is pursuing her Masters in Science Education.
Dr.Peter has been an Educator for over 30 years. She possesses a PhD in Organic Chemistry. She started her career teaching chemistry at Harrison College. Dr. Peter has taught Chemistry at the Undergraduate and Graduate Levels at the UWI. She then went on to teach Chemistry at the Barbados Community College where she was the head of the Chemistry Department in the division of Natural Sciences.
Together, this mother/daughter duo bring a perfect blend of passion, experience and innovation to their instructional delivery.