Ms. Kelly Sankar who recently wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination was today presented with her scholarship award from the Texila American University.
– District 10 crowned winner of National Schools’ Championship again
– Harmon reassures of govt commitment to sport development
This morning, the Minister of Labour, Hon. Joseph Hamilton launched the distribution of the ‘Because We Care’ cash grant at the Number Eight Secondary School and the Number 29 Primary School in Region Five.
― 59th Nationals Championship gets underway
The Linden Special Needs Centre performed exceedingly well at this year’s Annual Signing Bee Competition. The Centre won first place in both categories of the competition which was held today at the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD).
— emerges as JOF Haynes debating Champion
— Ayesha King adjudged Best Speaker
Out of a negative situation, efforts must be made for there to be a positive outcome; this was the tone during this morning’s meeting between the parents of Mae’s student, Joshua Chacon, the leadership of the school, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Social Cohesion.
The Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) today graduated its largest batch of trained teachers in the history of the College. This was announced by the Principal of the CPCE, Dr. Viola Rowe while presenting the Principal’s Report at the 87th Graduation Exercises of the College.
Marcel Hutson has been confirmed as Chief Education Officer (CEO) of the Ministry of Education. Hutson has been acting in the position since August 2016, following the decision of the government not to renew the contract of former CEO, Olato Sam.
— MOE revamping mathematics delivery in Secondary Schools
— Guyana Secondary Education Improvement Project pushes for modern education delivery for 21st-century learning
On Thursday, January 28, 2021, the Chief Education Officer, Dr. Marcel Hutson, met with teachers; Ms. Kathleen Reid, Mr. Rashlie Joseph, Ms. Esther Fernandes - Allen, Ms. Bonita Collins, Ms Clair Fredricks - Vickerie, Ms. Martina Byrne, Ms Eleth Stewart-Johnson and Ms. Dianne Henry. Present at the meeting also was Mr. Kerwin Jacobs, Technical Facilitator to the CEO.
Today the Chief Education Officer (CEO), Dr. Marcel Hutson, met with teachers; Melinda Hughes, Martina Archer Semple, Daycia Hill and Milassa Benjamin to discuss the vision of the Ministry of Education (MoE) regarding the Guyana Learning Channel (GLC) and how they can contribute to its effectiveness.
Today Hon. Nicolette Henry, Minister of Education as well as Chief Education Officer Mr. Marcel Hutson and other education officials fanned out to schools nationwide as part of the traditional visits conducted on the first day of the new school
Last Saturday, the First Assembly of God Wortmanville Church hosted a ‘Celebration Day’ at its Georgetown location for its members who sat the recent National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA), the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and other recent examinations at the University of Guyana and other tertiary institutions.
The Minister of Education, the Honourable Nicolette Henry MP today visited the home of six-year-old Glensean Skeete; the St Paul’s Primary School student who died on Thursday when a falling goal post struck him on the head.At the time of the unfortunate incident, little Glensean was among a group of students who were practicing for their annual inter-house sports at the Plaisance Community Centre Ground.
Today a team of Ministry of Education (MoE) officials met with the management of Mae’s School to discuss the proposed 42% school fee hike.
The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation after a video has emerged on social media of a male student of the New Amsterdam Technical Institute assaulting three other students.
As the Ministry of Education (MOE) intensifies efforts to improve the standard of education across Guyana, the hinterland community of Lethem in Region 9 hosted its townhall meeting today, Wednesday, January 17th, 2018.
As the Ministry of Education investigates allegations of sexual misconduct by a teacher at a leading secondary school, Minister Nicolette Henry said there is a need for more awareness on the issue in schools.
Page 8 of 16