Trained Teachers are invited to submit applications to pursue one of the following courses during the periods July 18 - 24, 2016 and July 25 - 29, 2016 which will be held throughout the country. Teachers from Regions 3, 4, 5 and Georgetown will pursue courses at NCERD, and other teachers in their respective regions.
The Ministry of Education wishes to inform the public that results of the National Grade Six Assessment –NGSA will be released on Tuesday, July 5, 2016.
The Minister within the Ministry of Education, Department of Culture, Youth and Sport, Hon. Nicolette Henry met with various sports associations and federations today at the National Racquet Centre in Woolford Avenue. This interaction was well attended by the various groups; all of whom had an opportunity to share their achievements and challenges.
A group of nine volunteers from the Volunteer Support Platform travelled to Barbados today to participate in the Guyana/Barbados Youth Exchange Programme 2016. This completes the cycle of the exchange programme which was initiated In March of this year when a team of 25 young people from the Haynesville Youth Club in Barbados visited Guyana.
Guyana has a rich history of building which utilizes one of Guyanas most available natural resource - wood or timber. Day two of the Georgetown International Heritage Conference addressed a number of factors surrounding the preservation and conservation of wooded buildings, with particular focus was on the restoration of City Hall and the St. George's Cathedral in Georgetown.
Members of the public took time today to sign the condolence book for Muhammad Ali at the Ministry of Education, Department of Culture, Youth & Sport on Main Street.
The book will close on Friday 10th June at 15:30 hrs (3.30 p.m.).
The Float and Costume Band Parade was held on May 26, 2016 from Stabroek Market to D’Urban Park via Brickdam.
Twenty–nine groups registered to participate and all twenty-nine did participate. The Parade started at 11:00am from Stabroek Market with the Childrens’ groups and moved along Brickdam with the last Band Ministry of Public Infrastructure arriving at D’Urban Park at approximately 7:00pm. This was due to the crowded route which required the bands to exercise caution for safety reasons as the moved along. The Parade was incident free and was enjoyed by all.