Ministry of Education, Guyana

  • International Literacy Day Message from Honourable Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine.

  • Reviving music in primary schools.

  • Children 5 Years 9 Months to 15 Years Required by Law to Attend School.

  • (Photos) Education Month:Literacy Clinic .

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The Guyana Visual Art Competition and Exhibition 2016

 

 

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Thirty Region 1 Communities, Bartica, RDCs Contributed to COI

Thirty Region 1 Communities, Bartica, RDCs Contributed to COI

The Commission of Inquiry set up to examine the state of the Education System has heard... Read more

Mon, Sep 26 2016

Children 5 Years 9 Months to 15 Years Required by Law to Attend School

Children 5 Years 9 Months to 15 Years Required by Law to Attend School

...Parents could face criminal charges or fined for child’s unexcused absences. The Ministry of Education wishes to... Read more

Mon, Sep 26 2016

Outside Sources

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Parents could face criminal charges over children’s unexcused absence from school – Ministry

Parents could face criminal charges over children’s unexcused absence from school – Ministry

The Ministry of Education, earlier today, issued a statement warning parents and guardians that they have... Read more

Tue, Sep 27 2016

Special education needs, other issues amplified as Education COI continues

Special education needs, other issues amplified as Education COI continues

A call for school buildings to have similar designs complete with learning and teaching aids for... Read more

Tue, Sep 27 2016

National School of Music: Serving Guyana in an upbeat way

National School of Music: Serving Guyana in an upbeat way

Many may be unaware of the existence of the National School of Music. However, the institute... Read more

Tue, Sep 27 2016

Not enough education welfare officers-system dependent on teacher support – Chief Welfare Officer

Not enough education welfare officers-system dependent on teacher support – Chief Welfare Officer

There are exactly 41 Education Welfare Officers, providing information, advice, guidance and support to the nearly... Read more

Mon, Sep 26 2016

Rotaract UG re-launches literacy programme at Victoria

Rotaract UG re-launches literacy programme at Victoria

In an effort to contribute towards literacy in Guyana, the Rotaract Club of the University of... Read more

Sun, Sep 25 2016

The Green Engineering syllabus

The Green Engineering syllabus

It was hailed as promoting “green thinking” in the Caricom region and the launching of the... Read more

Sat, Sep 24 2016

Teaching Tips

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How to Deal With Inappropriate Behavior in the Classroom

How to Deal With Inappropriate Behavior in the Classroom

The most common types of student misbehavior are talking at inappropriate times, failing to pay attention... Read more

Tue, Sep 27 2016

How to Change a Child's Negative Attitude Toward School

How to Change a Child's Negative Attitude Toward School

A negative attitude toward school can have a detrimental affect on how well your child does... Read more

Wed, Sep 14 2016

About Student Attitudes on Learning

About Student Attitudes on Learning

Attitude can alter every aspect of a person's life, including their education. Student attitudes on learning... Read more

Mon, Aug 29 2016

Parenting Tips

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How to Make Your Kid a Leader & Not a Follower

How to Make Your Kid a Leader & Not a Follower

Your little one is growing up before your eyes and as he grows, you might think... Read more

Tue, Sep 20 2016

How to Allocate Chores around the House

How to Allocate Chores around the House

Chores are important for kids, since chores give kids a sense of purpose and a greater... Read more

Mon, Sep 05 2016

Age-Appropriate Chores With Rewards and Consequences

Age-Appropriate Chores With Rewards and Consequences

Teaching children to do chores will allow them to grow up knowing how to take care... Read more

Thu, Aug 25 2016

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