The Division of Physical Education and Sport will continue with its Monthly Wellness Walk on Wednesday beginning at 4:30 pm. The Walk will start at the Central Market here in Kingstown, through to Arnos Vale, via Cane Garden and Sion Hill Bay, turn left at the Airport junction and back to the Central Market via… Continue Reading →
The local chapter of Soroptimist International will collaborate with the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Bar Association to host a Panel Discussion tonight on the New Domestic Violence Act of 2015. Development Officer of Soroptimist International and President of the SVG Bar Association- Rene Baptiste told NBC news that the discussion forms part of the… Continue Reading →
Minister of Education Hon Girlyn Miguel says the Ministry is pleased with the results in this year’s. Preliminary results show a 75 percent pass rate with grades one to three. Speaking in Parliament, Minister Girlyn Miguel, said this represents an improvement over the 71 percent pass rate in 2014 and 69 percent in 2013. She… Continue Reading →
Physical Education teacher at The Campden Park Secondary School, Theon Gordon, says that safety concerns can cause parents to keep their children away from outside physical activities. Gordon, speaking on NBC Radio’s “Views on Issues” programme, says that sometimes parents prefer to have their children home on the computer, rather than letting them join a… Continue Reading →
Media Practitioner, Mike Findlay, said the advent of technology has created a number of challenges in the changing media landscape in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He was speaking on NBC’s Views On Issues progrmme on Sunday, which focused on the topic: The Changing Face of the Media and the Youth Response.
The Adult and continuing Education Division of the Ministry of Education is offering adults another opportunity to prepare for the Job Market. The Division will offer training courses certified by CXC under the Caribbean Vocational Qualification CVQ. These courses are aimed at offering Certification to Adults who have work experiences in Electrical, Plumbing and other… Continue Reading →
Minister of Education, Girlyn Miguel has said that the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is continuing to invest heavily in the Education Sector. Contributing to the debate on the 2015 Budgetary Estimates, Minister Miguel said significant amount of funds have been allocated to the Ministry of Education. She said one major area is… Continue Reading →