• The role of teachers must not be underestimated – CEO

    news 20170922 2On Thursday Chief Education Officer, Mr. Marcel Hutson emphasised the importance of teachers in the education system. He was at the time delivering the feature address at the Prize Giving and Graduation Ceremony at the Hindu College, Cove and John, East Coast Demerara. 

  • Top academic performers honoured at 23rd National Award Ceremony

    The Ministry of Education (MoE) held its 23rd National Awards Ceremony, for outstanding performances at the primary, secondary and vocational level. The ceremony was held today at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) and saw more than 50 learners from both primary and secondary schools along with students from the Carnegie School of Home Economics and the Technical Institutes across the country receiving prizes and awards for outstanding performances.

  • Top CAPE performers seek Govt. scholarships

    They have done their schools, and by extension country, proud by consistently yielding outstanding performances over the years,news 20170823 16 the latest being at the 2017 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination [CAPE].However, both Vamanadev Hiralall and Shawn Shewram, who are among the top performers at CAPE this year, are hoping that their performances will not only be mere features in the daily newspapers but rather would be good enough to help them land scholarships.

  • Tutorial High local alumni reward top CSEC performer

    Rewarding a student for his or her academic performance can only serve as a boost for confidence as well as a motivator to strive for higher heights.

    In this regard, the Tutorial High School Alumni (Guyana Chapter) presented top performing CSEC 2016 student, Joshua Kobe Grant, with a monetary prize.news 20170521

  • Whim girl is Region Six top CSEC performer

    Sixteen-year-old Darshanie Jadubir called “Anjalie” of Whim Village, East Berbice, the hometown of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo is Region Six top performer at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC).

  • ZARA, police offer UG scholarship

    Zara Group of Companies, the cyber security body that provides technological support to the Guyana Police Force (GPF) is offering four scholarships to the University of Guyana, in collaboration with the Force.news 20170812 4
  • Zeeburg Secondary scores record 88% Matriculation

    The Zeeburg Secondary School, West Demerara held its 51st Graduation and Prize Giving Exercise on December 6, with 63 students matriculating after writing the CSEC examinations.

  • ‘Aim for higher education’ -President Granger tells BHS graduates

    President David Granger on Thursday urged graduates of the Berbice High School (BHS) class 2016 to aim for higher education, particularly in disciplines of agriculture, environmental science and information technology, to ensure that they are well-positioned to make meaningful contributions to the development of a ‘green’ Guyana.

  • ‘Aim for higher education’ -President Granger tells BHS graduates

    President David Granger on Thursday urged graduates of the Berbice High School (BHS) class 2016 to aim for higher education, particularly in disciplines of agriculture, environmental science and information technology, to ensure that they are well-positioned to make meaningful contributions to the development of a ‘green’ Guyana.

  • ‘We can do this!” – CSEC, CAPE students say

    — Over 12,000 students slated to write CSEC, CAPE exams

  • ‘You have made us hold our head high’ – PM at National Education Ceremony

    news 20171028 4The nation’s top performers at the primary and secondary levels were among those honoured by the Ministry of Education’s twenty-first National Awards Ceremony.

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