Steps are to be taken by the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment in the upcoming months, to strengthen the Primary Health Care System. Minister of Health Clayton Burgin made the disclosure, as he delivered remarks at Thursday’s ceremony to mark the re-opening of the refurbished Clare Valley Clinic. Minister Burgin said the re-opening… Continue Reading →
Three Houses Red, Blue and Green will compete in the Calder/Peruvian Vale Primary Schools Road Relay through the Calder Village this afternoon from half past one. The Athletics Heat are scheduled for December 4th and the Athletics Championships will be on the December 10th. Both Events will take place at the Stubbs Playing Field.
Buccament Bay Primary and Barrouallie Anglican Primary yesterday advanced to the Final from Zone (4) of the Primary Schools Netball Festival at the Richmond Hill Playing Field. This morning from 10 O’clock, Competition will be in Zone (3) will compete also at the Richmond Hill Playing Field. The Final will be played to tomorrow at… Continue Reading →
Issues relating to Vector Borne Diseases will be highlighted at a Primary Schools Public Speaking Competition today. Nine primary schools are expected to compete in the competition, which is organized by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Digicel. The students in this year’s competition will… Continue Reading →
Lowmans Leeward Anglican beat Barrouallie Anglican 7-nil and Buccament Bay Government defeated Buccament Bay Secondary 4-2 in last weekend’s opening matches of the Harlequin Hotels and Resort/ Liverpool’s Football Club, South Central Leeward School’s Football Competition at the Buccama Bay Resort. In other matches Barrouallie Anglican School and Buccament Bay Secondary played to a three… Continue Reading →
The first sitting of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment CPEA will be written today by close to two thousand Grade Six Pupils from Primary Schools across the nation. The students will write the external component of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA, at seventeen centres. The CPEA, which replaces the Common Entrance Examination, is administered… Continue Reading →
Stakeholders in Education have been assured that the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment, CPEA, which replaces the Common Entrance Exam from this year, will better prepare primary school students for their secondary school career. This assurance was given by the Focal Point for the CPEA in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Clyde Fitzpatrick, during NBC’s Views… Continue Reading →