Dunnottar School was established in 1973 with a population of twenty students and was located in the George the fifth Park. It later moved to its current location at La Pansee in September 1975.
Operating as usual
July 7th 2021- Activities for Daily Living Skills Department (ADL) came uniformed for Parent Teacher Conference!!👩🏫😃😉😊🙂.
In this department students become familiar with planning and safely preparing various foods, exhibiting appropriate forms of hygiene and cleaning up after themselves. The teachers are very dedicated and enjoy what they DO!!!!!👏👏👏👏👏
May 26th 2021- “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
Thank you very much Mr.Shawn Edward it was greatly appreciated. 😊 👍 😀
As part of our continued observance of the importance of reading, the Foundation Department came together to read a book called "Shapes For Lunch". In order to bring this book to life we decided to have students bake bread in the form of different shapes.
Thank you Mr.Ernest Hilarie, the students enjoyed the story 😀 😊 😄.
Every April we celebrate World Autism Month, beginning with the United Nations- sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd. Throughout the month we focus on educating our community on this disability in an effort to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism, fostering community support.
On April 30th 2021, staff and students dressed in blue to show support for our students with autism, as well as others living with autism in the wider community.
#autismmonth #specialneeds #autismawareness #teaching #passion #support #educate #advocate #happyautismmonth2021
Today December 3rd, 2020 is observed worldwide as International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The Ministry of Education, innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development wishes all differently able people and indeed children with special needs a wonderful observance, and highlight of your needs.
We are sharing this video with you because we are proud of our accomplishment, which is to ensure that all of our students participate in sports. Circumstances due to the COVID response prevented us from releasing the video in March. But there is no time like the present. This shows different ways in which we included children with physical impairments in sports and got them to compete against each other, deal with disappointment, push themselves to their limits, share in their parents enthusiasm and celebrate their individual successes. Hope this inspires you.
The Dunnottar Multiple Disability Center (DMDC) came up with different ways in which our students with physical impairments can participate and compete in sp...
February 14,2020 - Dunnottar school Fun Sports ⚽⛹️🏀⚾
Happy Independence St.Lucia 🥳🎊🎉 IndependenceSlu41. Now is the time, Let's do this together!!
The Dunnottar School is the leader in provoking students to produce their maximum efforts. Friday 7th February was a great example of students pushing their bodies and physical abilities to perform a range of activities such as wheel chair relay as shown in this video.
Friday February 7th 2020 - Amy Winehouse fundraiser 2020.
Thursday February 6th, 2020- Magellan Performance 🎼🎻🤩🥰☺️😊🎷
Friday January 24th - Visit to Salcc hosted by the Peer helpers Club . Thank you very much 😊 ❤️😊☺️, Our students had fun.
January 21st, 2020 - Saga Sapphire performance..🎺🎻🎼👨🎤🎸🎷😊☺️🤩
January 8th 2020- Guest from the Cruise Ship visited the workshop .
Ms. Bebe and her husband are originally from Guyana but currently reside in California. She makes dresses and they travel the world to distribute it to less fortunate girls.
Today she distributed dresses to the ladies at the workshop and t-shirts to the young men. The students were happy for the visit and the gifts. #DressAGirlAroundTheWorld
On Tuesday 03 December 2019 was observed as World Disability Day. In order to sensitize our students, we held a Special Assembly on Wednesday 04 December 2019 to mark the occasion.
Dunnottar School marathon 2019
Bon Jounen Kweyol!!!😍🤪🎉😁
Vive La Marguerite🌹🌺
VIVE LA MARGUERITE!! VIVE LA ROSE!!
Happy World Cerebral Palsy Day!!! 😁
In an effort to raise awareness for World Cerebral Palsy Day we share the progress of one of our students. This past week Nahum demonstrated what true commitment and strength embodied. For the first time, he walked the entire 3 levels of our ramp with limited support. On his 3rd try up the ramp Nahum got tired and he fell. We went up to him with his wheelchair to wheel him the rest of the way, it was then that he indicated no, that he had to finish walking till the end. This amazing young man got up and continued walking until he was done. If this is not true commitment i don't know what is 😍😘
Cerebral Palsy Association of St. Lucia
Go Green for Cerebral Palsy!!!
Happy Birthday Ms. Petra. 🎂🎂🎂. Hope you see many more...🤗🤗
As part of foundation department yearly theme "Modes of transportation", the department decided to visit the pearl.🚤🛶⛵. Thank you very much The Pearl...
[JICA Alumni News] On 10 May 2109, Ms. Vienessia Herman, teacher at the Dunnottar School and Vocational Centre in Saint Lucia, launched the “Together We Can” Campaign. “Together We Can” is an awareness campaign designed to foster social participation of persons with disabilities, through education and public awareness, in an effort to remove the stigma attached to persons with disabilities.
Vienessia is a recent participant in the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Knowledge Co-Creation Program. Her training focused on the promotion of social participation of persons with disabilities through sports. Participants were able to acquire practical knowledge and techniques to formulate their own action plans to promote the social participation of disabled persons in their own countries, through the medium of sports. The “Together We Can” Campaign marks the start of the implementation of Vienessia’s Action Plan, which was formulated during her training in Japan.
Ms. Debora Pamphile-Mclean of the St. Lucia Blind Welfare Association is supporting Vienessia in her campaign. Debora is also a former recipient of JICA supported training, and the current President of the Saint Lucia JICA Alumni Association.
The Youtube link follows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwVd2xOKY8Q
For more information on the JICA KCCP Training Program and the Saint JICA Alumni Association, contact the Saint Lucia JICA Office at 1-758-453-6032/6033; email: [email protected]
#JICA, #JICAinCaribbean, #socialparticipation, #saintlucia, #togetherwecan, #personswithdisabilities, #sports
Foundation Department trip to the airport. ✈✈.
Leslie is displaying great improvement as she strengthens her hand by using a dropper to pick up water from a container and transfer it. Her left hand is bandage to encourage her to use the other hand to get those muscles moving and promote the use of the pincer grasp.
Akim working hard to increase the strength in his left hand.
The Dunnottar school band has been enjoying success over the past few months, playing at hotels and various functions. On International Bio-Diversity Day the...
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This page is official page of the Saint Lucia Seventth-day Adventist Academy.
A privately owned school dedicated to molding and nurturing the young minds and guarding the souls of the future generations
To develop Football skills in young children aged 4 years to 12 years.
The Caribbean Barber & Beauty Academy was conceptualized in 1998 out of a need to change the way new barbers in the OECS entered the industry.
BookCARE introduces an exciting new product to the Saint Lucian market: Reusable plastic book covers. Long lasting, reusable, recyclable, and easy-to-fit.
Information for Thomas house (SALCC) members and all things sports related
Our Aim is to create an Environment for children where they learn, explore, play and grow - physically, mentally,socially and spiritually.