Barataria North Secondary School

"Moving Forward"

Welcome to the official Barataria North Secondary School website. This website has been prepared in the hope that it will become a valuable resource for all stakeholders.

The website has been developed as a communication tool, for parents, students and teachers; so that all would be familiar with school policies, programmes and events as they arise.

Our dedicated staff takes pride in providing a safe and secure learning environment.


Message from the Prinicpal

Welcome Message

Quote of the month

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.


On behalf of the Barataria North Secondary family, I welcome you to our new website. This is a vital link to all our stakeholders that provides the most current information on our school activities and achievements.

We invite our students, teachers, parents, guardians and the public to avail yourselves to the indispensable information now at your fingertips.

These include real time calendar of events, a listing of our dedicated staff, school contacts, photos of Barataria North life and a student portal with numerous educational resources.

So feel free to browse and connect with the Barataria North experience.


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About Us


School Goals

To produce versatile citizens who are well-rounded and balanced and who can adapt to a changing global environment.


Barataria North Secondary School is committed to the delivery of an innovative curriculum, which will produce students who will be:

  •  Creative
  •  Service oriented
  •  Appreciative of the aesthetics
  •  Adaptive to an ever-changing global environment.
  • To encourage and stimulate student’s awareness of the world as a global village.
  • To develop lifelong learning skills of our students.
  • To create a conducive learning environment to adapt to the multiple intelligences of our students.
  • To improve delivering of the curriculum by effectively improving teacher’s competence in the use of I.C.T.
  • To involve all stakeholders in participation and understanding of the democratic process of our school.
  • To encourage integration of the school’s curriculum.
  • To encourage involvement and interaction among all staff members.
  • To develop the physical potential of our students.
  • To offer a wider selection of subjects to students.
  • To maintain and preserve our school’s physical structure.

Our Location

Teaching Times

Period                                        Time

Role Call                                    7:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

Period 1                                    8:00 a.m. - 8:40 a.m.

Period 2                                    8:40 a.m. - 9:20 a.m.

Period 3                                    9:20 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

BREAK                                    10:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

Period 4                                 10:20 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Period 5                                 11:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

LUNCH                                   11:40 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Role Call                                12:30 p.m. - 12:40 p.m.

Period 6                                12:40 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.

Period 7                                  1:20 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Girl's Uniform:



  • Maroon Plaid.
  • 1 1/2 inch Waistband.
  • Knife Pleats - 1 1/2 inch wide(Right to Left pleats).
  • Skirt length not shorter than 2 inches below the knee.
  • Inside pocket on right hand side of skirt.
  • Zipper on left hand side of skirt.



  • White.
  • Roll Collar.
  • Short Sleeves.
  • Princessline Cut on both front and back of blouses.
  • Embroidered Monogram on front pocket.
  • Curved front hem.
  • Shoes: White (Plain).
  • Socks: White (Plain).

Boy's Uniform:



  • Khaki Textrex - No Denim.

                      (Ready made pants available at Charran's & Bradfords).



  • White with embroided monogram - Ready made.
  • Shoes: Black(Plain).
  • Socks:Black(Plain)
  • Physical Education Uniform (Compulsory): Available at school.


School's Monogram must be on all shirt-jacs and blouses.

Hair Gel, Bandanas and Caps are not permitted.





Mr. Gregory Francis

Mrs. Urhonda Bristow  (Ag.)

Mathematics / I.T. Department

Science Department

Head of Department: Mrs. Vidya Murally-Mahabir (Ag.)

Head of Department: Mrs. Hilary Lee Young-Marchand

  • Vidya Murally-Mahabir - Mathematics
  • Carol Duncan - Mathematics
  • Dave Ramdhanie - Mathematics
  • Lawrence Mahabir - Mathematics
  • Girja Singh - Mathematics
  • Krianne Roopnarine - Mathematics
  • Alex Simmons - Information Technology
  • Madhavi Pirmal - Information Technology
  • Hilary Lee Young-Marchand - Integrated Science
  • Lorne Adams - Biology
  • Ester Ramkhalawan - Agri. Science
  • Wayne Taylor - Agri. Science
  • Colette Somarsingh-Phillip - Human & Social Biology
  • Adele Jaglal - Chemistry
  • Aleema Hosein-Manoo - Integrated Science
  • Crystal Carmicheal - Physics
  • Savitri Ramtahal - Chemistry
  • Doreen Small-Lewis - Physical Education
  • Lystra Paul - Physical Education
  • Ishmael St. Bryce - Physical Education

Modern Languages Department

Modern Studies Department

Head of Department: Mrs. Hardaye Gangoo-Sampson.

Head of Department: Mr. Mohan Redoy.

  • Hardaye Gangoo-Sampson - English A & B
  • Lisa George-Wallace - English A & B
  • Jason Jarvis - English A & B
  • Lu-Ann Christian - English A & B
  • Jill-Ann Tom-Yick - English A & B
  • Hassan Basarally - English A & B
  • Vashti Singh - English A & B
  • Jill Arneaud-Gibbon - Spanish
  • Petronilla Raymond - Spanish
  • Bryanna Felix - Spanish
  • Mohan Redoy Caribbean History & Social Studies
  • Natalie Baboolal - Social Studies
  • Nadia Haniff - P.O.A. & P.O.B.
  • Drucilla Nandram - P.O.A. & P.O.B.
  • Wendy Glean-Mitchell - Social Studies
  • Andy Williams - Social Studies
  • Phern Spencer - Social Studies
  • Deosaran Seelal - Geography
  • Shivanie Ramcharitar - Geography
  • Vinod Bedassie - Geography
  • Althea Trim - E.D.P.M & Office Adminstration

Tech. Ed./Technical Vocation Department

V.A.P.A. Department

Head of Department: Ms. Tracy Ellis.

Head of Department: Mr.Hamza Khan.

  • Tracy Ellis - Food & Nutrition
  • Alina Kirk - Food & Nutrition
  • Cheryl Clarke - Clothing & Textiles
  • Ann Marie Roberts - Home Management
  • Andre Jaikeransingh - M.E.T.
  • Fazad Ali - Technical Education
  • Anesha Karimbocus - Technican Education
  • Dane Villafana - Technical Drawing
  • Hamza Khan - Music
  • Jeffery Biddeau - Music
  • Sharon Edwards-Barrack - Thearte Arts
  • Slyvester Stewart - Visual Arts
  • Jennifer Mofford - Visual Arts
  • Carlton Fullerton - Visual Arts

Non-Teaching Staff

Civil Service Staff

School Safety Officers

School Guidance Officer

Library and Multimedia Centre

  • Ian Simmons
  • Alicia George-Baptiste
  • Stephen Scott
  • Ernest Webster
  • Marcelin Melville
  • Francesca David
  • Melisa Schuller-Joseph

Farm Attendants

Lab Attendants

I.C.T. Technician

  • Jane-Ann Jobe
  • Wallace Hannibal
  • Nadira Islam
  • Jason Erskine


Student Council

RBC Young Leaders

More information coming soon

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Heroes Foundation

More information coming soon


Thursday 2nd July 2015

Collection of Student's Report Books


Tuesday 7th July 2015

2015 S.E.A. Registration

Friday 3rd July 2015

Form 5 Graduation Ball

Hilton Hotel

Photo Gallery

More galleries to come...

Carnival 2014

Student Art

Students of Barataria North


B.N.S. Parent Teacher Association

More information coming soon

B.N.S. Local School Board

More information coming soon

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Sixth Avenue Extension,Barataria, Trinidad, W.I.

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Telephone:(868) 638-5408 / (868) 674-2136

Fax:(868) 674-7513

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