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Frederick Smith Secondary School



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Girls Club
Students spreading joy at Christmas

Girls club was established in 2013 at the Deighton Griffith School by Shannel Williams (who presently teaches at the Frederick Smith School), and former colleagues from the Deighton Griffith School Kerrilyn Harding and Lana Mayers.

The programme is conducted through:
After moving on to the Frederick Smith Secondary School, Shannel Williams continued to work as Club Leader at the school introducing the Frederick Smith Girls to activities such as:
The students have also been exposed to topics such as:

In 2016, the club along with the caciques club(Frederick Smith Secondary School) travelled to Guyana where they undertook a cultural exchange with the students of Bishops High School. The overseas tour inclued a two day educational workshop and tours of Guyana Parliament, Georgetown, Guyana Zoo etc.

In an effort to engage the students in the spirit of giving back, donations were made and the Girls also participated in Christmas caroling in December of 2016.




Environmental Club



Students working on fish pond
Organisation Description

The Frederick Smith Secondary School (FSSS) Environmental Club has been in operation as an extra-curricular activity since 2008. Meetings are held every Tuesday with a current total membership of 31 student members.

The Environmental Club provides students with the opportunity to be part of an extra-curricular activity which is geared towards the promotion of environmental education and the protection of our natural environment in a more hands-on and fun-filled way.

Ongoing Projects

The FSSS Environmental Club has embarked on several projects mainly focused on promoting the 3 R's concept of waste management; reduce, re-use and recycle with an added thrust in the area of upcycling. These include:

1. Construction of a coral reef diorama

Students will be using recyclable materials such as old exam papers, cardboard, mesh wire and styrofoam to create a life size model of a coral reef. This will also include several fish species and other marine life resident within the coral reef ecosystem. On completion it is envisaged that the diorama can be displayed at any national scientific exhibitions or competitions. It will also be used as a valuable visual aid and teaching tool for students studying the coral reef ecosystem.

2. Papercrete Construction Material

Papercrete is a type of construction material made from a mixture of re-pulped paper, cement, sand and water. Papercrete has been widely used in a variety of ways including: The benefits of papercrete include: 3. Tree Planting

The students took part in several tree planting ceremonies to celebrate Arbor Day.

4. Fish Pond and Nature Corner

The Environmental Club is responsible for the maintenance of two fish ponds and nature areas.

5. Educational Tours

Inter-School Christian Fellowship


Inter-School Christian Fellowship (ISCF) is an inter-denominational student ministry, committed to facilitating the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ to students at the Frederick Smith Secondary School.

We have been positively impacting students, equipping them for life, leadership and ministry.

The club meets once per week during the lunch break. There is an adult sponsor and a committee from among the membership.

We engage in activities such as outdoor evangelism, quizzes, bible study, fun activites as well as socials. The club also participates in zonal as well as district activities. Guest speakers are sometimes invited.

The members of ISCF are predominantly boys.

The theme of the ISCF is:
"To know Christ and To Make Him Known"


Caciques Club

The Caciques Club was first started in 1991 by Soroptimist International of Jamestown at the then St. James Secondary School, now Frederick Smith Secondary. The Soroptimist desires to improve the lives of underprivileged and disadvantaged persons especially adolescents and women; and to help develop them so that they can make productive contributions to society. Therefore, the Caciques Club was founded to help achieve this goal. The word Caciques is a Spanish word meaning chief, ruler or leader. The Caciques Club engages the students in a number of activities including craft, tie-dying and dancercise; community outreach programmes like Christmas caroling, public speaking, tours to places of interest and leadership retreats.

Cacique's Motto: Leaders Make a Difference

Cacique's Mission Statement:

To assist youth in becoming well rounded individuals who are able to make valuable contributions to the society.

Cacique's general objectives are:

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