Ministry of Education, Guyana

Shonette Stephney

Guyana joined with other countries around the world, today, to observe International Day for Monuments and Sites under the theme “Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Tourism.”news 20170418 4

Minister within the Ministry of Education, responsible for youth, culture and sports, Nicolette Henry explained that the theme is “an important one in the context of conservation in the twenty first century.” Cultural Heritage helps people to remember their cultural diversity, and its understanding develops mutual respect among different cultures, she said.

Wednesday, 19 April 2017 08:42

Human Sense Organs



Tuesday, 18 April 2017 14:43

Notice to Parents and Guardians

The Department of Education – Georgetown is inviting Parents and Guardians of pupils attending St Agnes Primary School to an important meeting concerning the welfare of your child/children.

Date:Thursday 20th April, 2017


Venue:St. Angela’s Primary School

Speaker:Immanuel Bridgewater – Principal Education Officer (ag)

Please make a very special effort to attend

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 09:30

Ethics in the Teaching Profession

Like doctors, social workers and many other professionals, teachers have to maintain ethical standards. Codes of ethics often cover teachers' professional obligations towards students, parents, colleagues and themselves.

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