Ministry of Education, Guyana

  • ADVISORY: schools close on Friday, December 12 for the Christmas break.

  • Photos: Minister Manickchand joins National Disability Week Observances

  • Three new schools to be built under Improvement Project

  • Photos: MoE Drug Prevention Education Training Programme

  • Photos: Celebrating Christmas at Cotton Tree Primary

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News

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Education Ministry has stepped up teacher training in 2014

Education Ministry has stepped up teacher training in 2014

–training programmes available for all categories of teachers There are some 15,055 teachers attending the Cyril Potter... Read more

Wed, Dec 17 2014

MoE mapping out new five-year education strategic plan

MoE mapping out new five-year education strategic plan

THE Ministry of Education (MoE) has continued in 2014 to map out a new five-year Education... Read more

Wed, Dec 17 2014

Outside Sources

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Global Shapers to construct library in Sophia

Global Shapers to construct library in Sophia

The Global Shapers Georgetown Hub will be constructing a library in B Field, Sophia on the... Read more

Thu, Dec 18 2014

Moosei family fetes students of Mortrice Nursery, Primary Schools

Moosei family fetes students of Mortrice Nursery, Primary Schools

For the fourth consecutive year, the Moosei family has brought Christmas joy to the students of... Read more

Thu, Dec 18 2014

Education Minister deems 2014 ‘a successful year’ for MoE

Education Minister deems 2014 ‘a successful year’ for MoE

“ACCESS to education is at an all-time high, with more than 85% of our children enrolled... Read more

Wed, Dec 17 2014

Education Ministry saddened by attack on Pakistani school

Education Ministry saddened by attack on Pakistani school

The Education Ministry has denounced the fatal attack on a school in Pakistan, calling it “horrendous”. Read more

Wed, Dec 17 2014

Shortcomings in education system being addressed

Shortcomings in education system being addressed

…as efforts are made to encourage literacy “A literate population is going to drive speedier development,”... Read more

Wed, Dec 17 2014

St Joseph’s students donate Christmas gifts to Children’s Home

St Joseph’s students donate Christmas gifts to Children’s Home

St. Joseph’s High School, Georgetown, recently donated a quantity of gifts to the West Ruimveldt Children’s... Read more

Tue, Dec 16 2014

Teaching Tips

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Differentiated Learning

Differentiated Learning

It’s impossible to look at any classroom and pretend that all students are alike.  Instead, focus... Read more

Mon, Dec 15 2014

You have the power to motivate!

You have the power to motivate!

You have the power to motivate your students by doing the following: Read more

Mon, Dec 15 2014

Encouraging Cooperative Learning

Encouraging Cooperative Learning

Cooperation is the key to successful discussions and group work. Cooperative learning should be infused in... Read more

Mon, Dec 01 2014

Parenting Tips

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Choking

Choking

When a child is choking, it means that an object — usually food or a toy... Read more

Mon, Dec 15 2014

Broken Bones, Sprains, and Strains

Broken Bones, Sprains, and Strains

A broken bone requires emergency medical care. Your child might have a broken (fractured) bone if... Read more

Mon, Dec 15 2014

Taming Tempers

Taming Tempers

Parents expect temper tantrums from 2-year-olds, but angry outbursts don't necessarily stop after the toddler years.... Read more

Mon, Dec 08 2014

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