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Some Students Urged To Explore Alternative College/Academic Options

Students who have not been accepted to pursue studies at any of the four divisions of the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) are being urged to explore their academic options. The advice came from Director of the College, Nigel Scott, during the Face to Face programme aired on NBC Radio this week…. 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 →

Writing and Performance Symposium For Students And Teachers Alike

Several topics are being addressed at a Writing and Performance Symposium which is being held today for Teachers and Students who have a keen interest in the Performing Arts. The symposium is designed to equip participants with tools for effective song writing and performance, with particular focus on the writing and performance of Calypso and… Continue Reading →

An Increasing Number Of Students Are Accessing The Services provided By The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves spoke about the remarkable progress of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College during his Budget Presentation. The College was established by the Government in 2005, with the central objective to provide a high quality of post-secondary and tertiary level education at an affordable cost. The Prime Minister said… Continue Reading →

Teachers And Students Of The Kingstown Government School Will Soon Be Relocated

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has reached agreement with parents and staff on the temporary relocation of the students at the Glove Factory Building to allow for restorative work on the previous facility. At a meeting last week Monday Deputy Director of NEMO Michelle Forbes explained that her organization is continuing the… Continue Reading →

Students Will Have A Look At Future Opportunities With Staging Of Career Exhibition

Young people in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will get an opportunity to interact and receive guidance from Professionals on making career choices at the 10th Annual College and Career Exhibition which will be staged here from tomorrow. The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Medical Association, is partnering with the Ministry of Education to host… Continue Reading →

Dorsetshire Government School Students Are In Being Relocated

The Government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is in discussions with the Dorsetshire Hill community on the temporary relocation of the students of the Dorsetshire Government School. The Ministry of Education and school officials met with parents, past students, community leaders, and teachers on Friday, October 10, 2014 at the school. The consultation was… Continue Reading →