Virtual spanish classroom courses
Basseterre St. Kitts — Five staff members and students of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College will be boosting their Spanish skills thanks to the Government of Spain.
This morning the Spanish Government gave out certificates entitling the group to a year in a virtual spanish classroom online.
Spain’s Ambassador to St. Kitts Nevis, her Excellency Celsa Nuno said in this day and age learning a foreign language is necessary and in this region, Spanish makes the most sense.
CFBC President Dr Kelvin Daly said learning a foreign language is so important now that it should become part of core studies in Primary Schools.
The recipients are Dr Moyan Rowthan Francis, Xuxa (shoo-sha) Garroden, Towan Jack, Avis Pemberton, and Lesroy Williams.