In light of this investment in the schools repair program, the Ministry Of Education is appealing to key stakeholders to take care of the schools and all educational resources.
Literacy and numeracy are of critical importance if students are to be academically sound and over 80 students from the Barrouallie and surrounding communities recently got the opportunity to sharpen their skills in these areas.
Minister of Education St. Clair Jimmy Prince is encouraging teachers to recommit themselves towards the educating of the nation’s youth.
Schools are not holding bays for children, but active institutions for education and growth.
Investing now in the nutrition of this country’s children will bring both short term and long term benefits to the nation.
Minister of Education St. Clair “Jimmy” Prince on Monday welcomed students for the new 2018/19 year as they returned to the classroom after two months summer vacation.
With some $130-million dollars spent in education this year, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says that his government will continue to invest in the nation’s children.
The CW Prescod Primary School is implementing various strategies to improve the level of literacy and numeracy among its students.
Teachers here are being cautioned that their attitude towards students who are struggling, could affect learning.
There is concern that just about 57% of fifth formers here are performing at their level.
A structured approach must be taken in order to address the issue of low male performance in the Education system.
In recognition of their hard work and academic achievements students who would have gained successful results in the 2017 CXC/CSEC, GCE/CAPE and Associate Degree examinations were rewarded with a $500.00 award compliments the government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Students of SVG Community College met with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves at the villa campus where the discussion focused on educational funding opportunities available in the various sectors of the country.
The Campden Park Secondary School seems to be having some problems which include leaking roofs, broken windows and mouldy ceilings