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Science Education

The quest for a sustainable development model must surely be the Holy Grail for all policy-makers in the poorer countries of the world, not least here in Guyana. There is now a consensus that unless the educational standards of the people match their countries’ development needs, the latter will never be sustainable. President David Granger has asserted that the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) have to be the foundation of any such educational improvement at this stage of Guyana’s development. And in the STEM curricula, the natural sciences take centre stage.


Prerequisites and Structure of the Syllabus

Prerequisites of the Syllabus

Any person with a good grasp of the contents of the syllabus of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC®) General Proficiency course in subjects such as Agricultural Science, Biology,Chemistry, Construction Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, and Physics or equivalent,should be able to undertake the course. However, successful participation in the course will also depend on the possession of good verbal and written communication skills.


Aims for Green Engineering Syllabus

The study of CAPE Green Engineering will enable students to acquire the knowledge, skills,values and attitudes needed to sustain the natural environment. It will provide students with a suite of tools to improve their approach to, and effectiveness at, solving real world problems.

the study of Green Engineering will contribute to a person who will learn to know, learn to do, learn to live together, learn to be and learn to transform themselves and society.

This syllabus aims to:

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Primary Science

'Science Around Us' is a series of six pupil’s books with corresponding teachers’ manuals. Please note that these text books are NOT TO BE SOLD