(September 29, 2022) – Graham’s Hall Primary School’s 2022 graduating class was this afternoon charged to go forward boldly and strive for excellence as they enter another phase of their academic life.


Honourable Prime Minister, Brigadier (retired) Mark Phillips presents an award to Graham’s Hall Primary School top student Jaysean Manram

The charge was delivered by the Honourable Prime Minister, Brigadier (retired) Mark Phillips at the school’s Annual Closing Exercise hosted at the National Cultural Center. During his charge, the Prime Minister encouraged the young scholars to stay dedicated to their studies so they can make meaningful contributions to the development of Guyana.

Prime Minister Phillips stated that the Government will continue to invest in the country’s education sector to ensure that each child has access to a quality education they rightly deserve.

“As the government, we will continue to invest in the enhancement of educational facilities throughout our country. We will continue to ensure skills development for our teachers and all concerns raised by our teachers are addressed in the school system.”


- Chief Education Officer, Dr Marcel Hutson

Also delivering remarks was Chief Education Officer, Dr Marcel Hutson. The Chief Education Officer commended the pupils on their success in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“This group of students has distinguished themselves by finishing the course as champions of their destiny as they struggle with a pandemic.

He further urged the parents present to play an active role in their children’s education and continue to motivate them to achieve their goals.

Present at the graduation exercise was the Honourable Minister of Public Works, Bishop Juan Edghill who congratulated the pupils and offered well wishes for their academic journey ahead.

Pupils were awarded for their outstanding performance in the individual subject areas and overall performance.