Tag Archives: Ministry of Education

JUVENILE DIABETES AWARENESS

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment is giving full support to the Be Fit Movement in its quest to address the issue of Juvenile diabetes here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Organization will host a 5K Run/Walk and Dance to fitness this weekend to create awareness about juvenile diabetes here. Minister of Health… Continue Reading →

WRITING SYMPOSIUM

The Ministry of Education hosted a Writing and Performance Symposium at Frenches House today, as part of its ongoing effort to improve the standard of song-writing here, especially at the junior level. The Symposium was designed to equip participants with the tools required for effective song writing and performance, with particular focus on the writing… Continue Reading →

PRISPAF 2019 LAUNCH

A Media Launch was held at the Kingstown Public Library last Friday, for the 2019 edition of the Primary Schools Performing Arts Festival. The Department of Culture is partnering with the Ministry of Education and the Eastern Caribbean Group of Companies, ECGC, to host the festival from February 5th to March 8th. Drama Development Officer… Continue Reading →

WRITING CONTEST

Nine Grade 6 students will today complete the final leg of competition in a Writing Contest hosted by the Ministry of Education, in collaboration with Hodder Education. The finalists are: Amara Adams Cane End Government Jevon Mc Coy Pamelus Burke Primary Jediah Seymour Dickson Methodist Dejana Jeffers Layou Government Sylique Frederick Brighton Methodist Lennesha Williams… Continue Reading →

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 →