Governor-General of Grenada visits primary school in Willesden

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada and High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman visite

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada and High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman visited St Jospehs RC Primary School in Willesden - Credit: Archant

A dignitary from the Caribbean paid a visit to an outstanding primary school in Willesden yesterday.

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada and High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman visite

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada and High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman visited St Jospehs RC Primary School in Willesden - Credit: Archant

Dame Cécile La Grenade, the Governor-General of Grenada, met pupils and staff at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School in

Goodson Road.

The Governor-General is currently in London to visit the Queen where she will officially receive the prestigious honour of Dame Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George.

Joined by High Commissioner Joslyn Whiteman, both witnessed lessons, answered questions from children and explained their roles in serving the Queen, the Commonwealth and their Caribbean island.


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They also enjoyed the school’s annual art exhibition which all children from the nursery through to year six have contributed to, and enjoyed a recital which included a performance from year five pupils Millena who has passed a number of violin assessments and Thomas who is excelling in his piano exams.

The school was rated outstanding by Ofsted in their most recent inspection.

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