• Back to school again

    ...And raring to go

    Monday January 9 was the day all doors leading to the classroom were thrown open countrywide, and by the look of things, it couldn’t have happened at a better time.
    All seemed excited to meet up with friends again, and as one student said, to start a new school term, the highlight of which is the Annual Children’s Mashramani Competition.
    Sattie Udhi, a fifth former of Richard Ishmael Secondary, flashed a brilliant smile when the Guyana Chronicle approached her and two other schoolmates yesterday.
    The thought that the Children’s Mash Competition is just around the corner has filled her with much joy, she said.

  • Back to school again

    ...And raring to go

    Monday January 9 was the day all doors leading to the classroom were thrown open countrywide, and by the look of things, it couldn’t have happened at a better time.
    All seemed excited to meet up with friends again, and as one student said, to start a new school term, the highlight of which is the Annual Children’s Mashramani Competition.
    Sattie Udhi, a fifth former of Richard Ishmael Secondary, flashed a brilliant smile when the Guyana Chronicle approached her and two other schoolmates yesterday.
    The thought that the Children’s Mash Competition is just around the corner has filled her with much joy, she said.

  • MASH Children’s Competitions finals kick-off with a bang

    School children from the eleven (11) education districts converged at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) for the finals of the Children’s Mashramani Competition. This two-day event is the culmination of a week of regional competitions.

    The aim of this competition is to give school-aged children the opportunity to celebrate Guyana’s Republic anniversary in the performing arts.news 20170209 4