Tag: CAPE

Press Release – MoE engages more than 900 teachers in two days as consultations continue on the reopening of schools for CSEC and CAPE students

Press Release – MoE engages more than 900 teachers in two days as consultations continue on the reopening of schools for CSEC and CAPE students

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 28, 2020

As the Ministry of Education (MoE) led by the Honourable Minister Priya Manickchand, continues to meet stakeholders on plans for ... Read More

Safety of staff, student’s paramount to school’s reopening – Education Minister Priya Manickchand

Safety of staff, student’s paramount to school’s reopening – Education Minister Priya Manickchand

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- August 6, 2020

—Will use global best practices to guide ‘new’ school norms DPI, Guyana, Thursday, August 6, 2020 The health and safety ... Read More

‘We can do this!” – CSEC, CAPE students say

‘We can do this!” – CSEC, CAPE students say

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- July 20, 2020

— Over 12,000 students slated to write CSEC, CAPE exams DPI, Guyana, Monday, July 20, 2020 Eighteen-year-old Jasmaine Assanah, of ... Read More

Reg. 6 students turn out for school 

Reg. 6 students turn out for school 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 15, 2020

—Strict COVID-19 measures in place —Students, teachers adhere to guidelines DPI, Guyana, Monday, June 15, 2020 Outfitted with their masks ... Read More

Students, teachers turn out for first day of special term

Students, teachers turn out for first day of special term

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- June 15, 2020

— MOE provides free sanitisation kits DPI, Guyana, Monday, June 15, 2020 Students preparing to sit the NGSA, CSEC and ... Read More

ExxonMobil collaborates with Guyanese partners to improve access to education programmes

ExxonMobil collaborates with Guyanese partners to improve access to education programmes

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 9, 2020

By  OilNOW June 9, 2020: ExxonMobil Guyana is supporting several programs that will help students keep up with their studies ... Read More

Education Ministry satisfied with Hinterland students’ preparedness for July exams

Education Ministry satisfied with Hinterland students’ preparedness for July exams

Akeasha Boodie Akeasha Boodie- June 5, 2020

DPI, Guyana, Friday, June 5, 2020 The effects of the novel coronavirus led to the closing of hundreds of schools ... Read More

MOE addresses concern as schools reopen June 15

MOE addresses concern as schools reopen June 15

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- June 5, 2020

— Only Grade 6, 11 and 12 students expected to return to school — Students who opt out of NGSA ... Read More

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