Ministry of Education, Guyana

On Monday October 21, 2013, the Ministry of Education (MOE) commissioned the new wing of the Fort Wellington Secondary School in Region 5. In a very simple, but memorable ceremony attended by students, teachers, parents, regional and education officials, the Honorable Minister of Education, Ms. Priya Manickchand cut the ribbon and officially handed over to the school’s administration the new building which has the capacity to accommodate 150 students.

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The Ministry of Education (MOE) today historically launched its Portuguese Curriculum for schools in Guyana at the Theatre Guild. This will be added to the French and Spanish curricula already being offered in the Guyanese school system. Attending the launching ceremony were school children, teachers from the modern languages departments of various schools in Georgetown, along with senior MOE officials.

Presenting an overview of the Portuguese Curriculum being introduced by the MOE was Deputy Chief Education Officer, Development, Ms. Doodmattie Singh who spoke of the conceptualisation of the Portuguese curriculum from an idea proposed by the Honourable Minister of Education, Ms, Priya Manickchand during the early part of this year, and lauded the persons responsible for its successful drafting and completion.

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In a sustained effort to further reach out to parents of school children, the Ministry of Education (MOE) - led by the Honorable Minister of Education, Ms. Priya Manickchand - is attending a number of Parent Teachers Association (PTA) meetings across the country, starting in Georgetown. These engagements are resulting in the thorough ventilation of a number of critical issues affecting schools that are to be resolved, with alacrity, by various departments within the ministry.

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