George Stephens, Senior Secondary School (G.S.S.S) and the Union Island Secondary (U.I.S.S) will contest today’s Final of the 2015 Secondary Schools Basketball Championship from half past two this afternoon at the New Montrose Basketball Facility here in Kingstown. Before that match, Bishops College Kingstown (B.C.K) will oppose Bequia Community High School in the third place… Continue Reading →
The semi-finals of the Secondary Schools Basketball Championships will be played this afternoon from a quarter past one at the New Montrose Basketball Facility here in Kingstown. George Stephens, Senior Secondary School (G.S.S.S) will meet Bishops College Kingstown (B.C.K) and Union Island Secondary (U.I.S.S) oppose Bequia Community High School. The Final is scheduled for Friday,… Continue Reading →
Work is continuing to ensure that citizens of the Caribbean region are fully informed about the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) and its implications on their lives. As part of this work program a one-day workshop is being held in St. Vincent and the Grenadines today to ensure that information regarding the CSME is… Continue Reading →
Two games will be played today in the Secondary Schools Basketball Championships at the New Montrose Basketball Facility here in Kingstown. At 1:15 pm, Buccament Bay Secondary School (B.B.S.S) will play against George Stephens, Senior Secondary School (G.S.S.S), and at 2:30 pm, Union Island Secondary (U.I.S.S) will oppose Bishops College Kingstown (B.C.K) in back-to-back matches.
A brief opening ceremony was held at the Kingstown Preparatory School this morning, to mark the start of the 2015 Primary Schools Performing Arts Festival, PRISPAFF Delivering remarks at the event, Drama Development Officer in the Department of Culture, Martin Quashie, urged parents to take a larger role in nurturing the talent of their children…. Continue Reading →
Schools throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines are being given an opportunity to tour the Botanic Gardens as part of activities to observe its 250th anniversary. Curator Gordon Shallow says he is hoping that the Ministry of Education would capitalize on this opportunity. He said the tours will target Pre-Schools; as well as Primary and… Continue Reading →
Primary and secondary School students from across the country will have an opportunity to be more enlightened about local culture with the staging of the Schools’ Garifuna Folk Festival in March this year. The festival will be held on Thursday March 12th at the Victoria Park, under the theme: ‘Children of Chatoyer, Fruits of Our… Continue Reading →