Tag Archives: Children

SVG Children’s Federation Series Of Meetings

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Children’s Federation Inc. will be hosting a series of community meetings to inform persons about the work of the Federation. This sponsorship organization promotes the well-being of vulnerable children throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines with primary focus on Health and Education. The first Community Meeting will target residents… Continue Reading →

Gwyneth Cambridge Appeals For Stopping Violence Against Children

The Ministry of Education is appealing to everyone in St. Vincent and the Grenadines to do all within their power to assist the nation’s children in achieving their dreams. This appeal was made by Senior Education Officer Responsible for Early Childhood Education, Gwyneth Cambridge as the nation today joins the rest of the world to… Continue Reading →

Universal Children’s Day Church Service In Georgetown Today

A church service will be held at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Georgetown today, as this country joins the global community to observe Universal Children’s Day. Students from Primary, Secondary and Post-Secondary Institutions in the Georgetown area will attend the Service which begins at 9:30 this morning. In a Radio Address to mark the… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Makes Statement To Improve Transportaion For Shcool Children

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said that while the Government continues in invest in transportation for the nation’s school children, more will be done in this regard. He made this statement during his address at the recent Annual Schools Independence Rally which was held at the Victoria Park. The Prime Minister said it has reported… Continue Reading →

Children Are Willing To Take Fall For Other Students In Cases Of Vandalism

Deputy Principal of the Barrouallie Secondary School, Philbert John has highlighted the challenges which Educators face in addressing the issue of vandalism in schools Mr. John made the point, during NBC’s Face to Face Programme last week. He noted that it is very difficult for Teachers to identify the culprits of vandalism, because of lack… Continue Reading →

School Children Will Have A Chance To Show Skill With The Upcoming Launch Of The I-Square Competition

The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) will host an official launch this week for its Second Annual Idea and Innovation Competition known as the I-square competition. The Competition is geared towards allowing students from Secondary and Tertiary level Institutions to put forward ideas that can implement new systems or improve existing systems in the current… Continue Reading →