Tag Archives: Ministry of Education

BROWNE TVET

A call has been made here for the initiation of a re-education process to help persons to more fully appreciate the value of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, TVET. The Chairman of the National Sector Skills Development Agency Stanley Browne made the call, during a ceremony held at the Kingstown Public Library this week…. Continue Reading →

WORLD TEACHERS DAY

The Ministry of Education is encouraging students, parents and community members to show their appreciation for Teachers and the positive impact they make on the Vincentian society. The encouragement comes with the commemoration of World Teachers Day today Inaugurated since 1994 by UNESCO, World Teachers Day is celebrated on October 5 annually, in over 100… Continue Reading →

EDUCATION CONSULTATION

A one-day consultation was held at the Methodist Church Hall yesterday to discuss Early Identification and Intervention for Delays and Disabilities in the Early Years. The forum was hosted by the Ministry of Education, in collaboration with UNICEF. Addressing the opening ceremony, Chief Education Officer Beverly Neptune said that while all children should be screened… Continue Reading →

CULTURAL HERITAGE

Cultural Heritage in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will be the focus of a Teacher’s workshop to be hosted tomorrow by the Garifuna Heritage Foundation and the Ministry of Education. The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Niall Finneran, Programme Leader in the Master of Arts Degree in Cultural Heritage and Resource Management at the… Continue Reading →

PAWI PRESIDING BISHOP

The new Presiding Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies PAWI, St. Vincent and the Grenadines District, Bishop Stephen Olliviere, has called on the Christian Community to work together to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Bishop Olliviere assumed the leadership of PAWI SVG at an Installation… Continue Reading →

EDUCATION AND VIOLENCE FREE CONFLICTS

Vincentians have been urged to find ways to settle their differences without resorting to violence. The appeal came from Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Senator Deborah Charles, in the wake of reports of a spate of murders, shooting incidents and other violent crimes. Senator Charles said as the Government and the Police devise… Continue Reading →

CSEC EXAM RESULTS

Two Secondary Schools here recorded significant improvements in their performance in the 2018 CSEC Examinations. The Ministry of Education said there was a vast improvement in the results for the Bequia Community High School and the Dr. J.P. Eustace Memorial Secondary School. According to the Ministry, the Bequia Community High School achieved a pass rate… Continue Reading →