The British High Commission, Georgetown and the Ministry of Education today launched the COP 26 Child Art Competition. The competition is being conducted under the theme “The Environment and the impact of Climate Change.”
The Ministry of Education has noted the uncaring and unconscionable call for strike action by the Guyana Teachers Union; we condemn this action as irresponsible and not reflective of the realities of the present state of the COVID-19 pandemic nor the needs of the nation’s children.
As schools reopened today for face to face teaching, the Ministry of Education has received preliminary data regarding attendance on the first day.
The Honourable Minister of Education Priya Manickchand along with the Regional Chairman of Region Two and the Regional Education Officer, Ms. Nicola Matthews met today with the parents and teachers of the Abram Zuil Secondary School to discuss the accommodation of the students enrolled at that school.