Y7 Investigate how to Investigate…

Maths and Science classes have already got off to a head-scratching start at Provo Middle School this year!

Our new Year 7 class have undertaken a series of investigations in the hope of sharing their advice on how to succeed in an inquiry. From comparing results with others, to making careful notes and drawings – each member of the class discovered different ways to help themselves improve.

“Are we allowed to work together?” was asked at one point. As it turns out, finding proof is almost impossible if you don’t!

“I think I know how this works…I’ve solved it!” could be heard from the other side of the room. Again, as it turns out, forming a hypothesis (and testing it) is an essential part of the investigative process.

By thinking about how we investigate, every student was able to make better decisions and move forwards in their thinking and process. We discovered a lot of helpful tricks that will us in the future. We hope that you find them useful too!

Finally, each child was asked to pick the tip that they felt helped them the most – here’s what they had to say about them…

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Bake Sale Today… All Proceeds to the Bahamas Relief Fund

Bake Sale today in the Primary School walkway – 3pm

There’s still time for you to don your aprons and get cooking.

Or perhaps your support is more in the consuming.

Either way your support is appreciated.



Join us for our International Coastal Clean-up this Saturday

Provo Primary and Middle School have pledged to join The Department of Environment & Coastal Resources (DECR), and its partners to support

International Coastal Clean-up Day – ‘FIGHTING FOR TRASH-FREE SEAS’

Meet at the TCIFA Car Park or find us near this location, on Saturday 14th September, anytime you can give between 7:00-9:00am.

Why here? Walking to the National Stadium for PE lessons, our Year 3-6 children have noticed rubbish on the path that they feel something needs to be done about.  So let’s clean it up and help make a difference!


  • IGA or trash bags

  • Water to drink (bring along a re-usable water bottle!)

  • A First-aid kit

  • GlovesWe have GLOVES (Donated by Mark Osmond Dental Clinic)

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“On behalf of the Ministry of Education, I welcome back to school our Principals, Teachers and Students for the Academic Year 2019-2020. I am sure you had a relaxing and enjoyable summer vacation.

We are grateful to God for his protection and for not allowing Tropical Storm Dorian to hinder the reopening of school. As we commence this academic year, we are mindful of what our neighbours in the Northern Bahamas are enduring at this time from the wrath of Hurricane Dorian. Let’s continue to keep them in prayer.

Thank you for your continued hard work and commitment to the children of the Beautiful by Nature, Turks and Caicos Islands. We look forward to exciting learning experiences in the year ahead. I encourage our children to be respectful, kind and to do the best in their school work. The Ministry will continue to ensure that the infrastructure of our schools are safe, resilient and conducive to learning. We are here to support you and wish you all a successful year.”

Hon. Karen E. Malcolm