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Harvey Vale Government School

Harvey Vale Government school playground shaded by a beautiful flamboyant tree, overlooking the lovely Tyrell Bay. The principal Ms. Cleopatra Lambert kindly showed us around the secondary school and we met with a warm reception from the pupils and teachers alike
Water damage to the staff and computer room with some equipment affected. Urgent IT equipment is needed including laptops and computers.

Roof and window damage resulting in damage to books, a temporary library has been set up for the pupils.

The pupil toilet has lost the roof and the staff area has water damage through the damaged roof.

The kitchen was unaffected by Ivan but is in need of some basic equipment.

Fresh vegetables are coming in from St. Vincent and the need for organic home grown food is vital.

United Caribbean seeks to assist the local Rastafarian community in a 'School Feeding Program me'.

Harvey Vale Government class rooms, information to be added by the principle and pupils to build their web page into an interactive site as this school repairs the damage and incorporates 30 pupils from its destroyed neighboring island of Grenada.

Click on the 'School twinning' dropdown below to visit other schools on Carriacou.


1. Furniture - 50 chairs and tables

2. Chalk board paint

3. Food items for our 'School Feeding Programme'. including a tractor please for Ras Ingin who is urgently in need to clearing his 30 acres of virgin soil which was devastated during the passage of Ivan.

4. Bristol board and markers -all colours

5. Sponges for bed - foam

6. Used toys

Our intermediate List

1. Refurbishment of school building

2. Proper toilet facilities

Our long term list

1. Fencing of school property

2. Computer lab with about 10 computers



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Grade Two


Grade Three

Grade Four


Grade Five


Grade Six

This school is located next to St. Francis Anglican church which was badly damaged in the hurricane.

Help is needed from the Barbados Anglican community to rebuild this lovely place of worship.


Poem below by Neeland Rennie, thank you for allowing us to share this with the world.

The children of Carriacou need your help, hundreds of children from Grenada will be joining these classrooms. Help us help them.

Love the children and
Treat them fine,
For they are like love vines, Always climbing the trees.
To be where the wind blows free,

With smiles of sunshine and
Laughter pure as honey.
They’ll always be tomorrows symphony.


They are the seeds we plant and mold,
To guide us where the bloomer flowers be,
Their joy can run higher than mountain peaks; like
Eagles their dreams are given wings,

To soar the heavens; both
Day and night, their desires run free.
To whatever life’s fantasies might be.

Strengthen them and
they will lift you up
For all to see.

Teach them the bridges of unity and

They’ll bring you a nation of peace

And prosperity!


This is a lifetime guarantee that
Children have inexplicable ability,
To guide us when our time is be!



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