Tag Archives: Ministry of Education

MPID CARDS

Cabinet has granted approval for the issuance of Multi-Purpose Identification System Cards to Vincentian nationals sixty years and over. The Multi-Purpose Identification System (MPID) is an OECS initiative, which was launched on 11th February, 2015. A release from Communications Consultant, Elson Crick said currently, MPID Cards are issued to 4th and 5th Form Students of… Continue Reading →

CPEA 2017

Grade Six students sitting the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) will be examined tomorrow, in seventeen Centres throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines.  The Ministry of Education said this year, one thousand six hundred and forty-two (1642) students have been registered for the CPEA.  There are seven hundred and ninety-nine (799) females and eight hundred and… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Education Wants Numeracy Week To Have An Impact In Improving Students Approach To Maths

Officials in the Ministry of Education say they would like to see an improvement in the way Mathematics is taught in schools. As a result the Ministry of Education has designated March 2nd to 13th as Numeracy Week. As part of the activities a Radio Discussion Program was held yesterday focusing on the State of… Continue Reading →

ACE Training Course

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 →

Ministry of Education Gives A Rundown Of Their Strides Made In The Last Decade

A senior official in the Ministry of Education has been outlining the stride made in the Education sector over the last ten years. The assessment came from Keith Glasgow, of the School Supervision and Inspection Unit in the Ministry of Education, during NBC’s Views On Issues discussion programme on Sunday. Mr. Glasgow said one of… Continue Reading →