• CARIFTA athletes congratulated for outstanding performances

    – during stop at Reg. 5 outreach, the athletes met and interacted with several govt officials who congratulated them for their outstanding performances at the games

    – govt will continue to invest in athletes – Director of Sport

  • Dietary Assistant Programme launched

    …as Carnegie celebrates 85th Anniversary

    The Carnegie School of Home Economics (CSHE) has added a new programme to those offered by the institution. This is being done as the school is celebrating 85 years of offering quality education to Guyanese.

    It is the Nutrition for Dietary Assistant Programme. According to Principal (ag) Ms. Myrna Lee, the initiative to offer the programme at Carnegie was the brainchild of outgoing Principal, Ms. Penelope Harris.

  • Early Stimulation Intervention now being offered at Special Needs centre

    The Ministries of Education and Public Health are collaborating to offer Early Stimulation Intervention for individuals and their families affected by Microcephaly. The intervention will be offered at the Centre for Stimulating children, youth and adolescents with special educational needs associated with disabilities (Cyril Potter College of Education Compound).

  • Hundreds attend ETI career job fair

    ―Reg. 2 commits to making next year’s fair bigger and brighter

    ―18th annual career job fair deemed huge success – Principal ETI

  • Region One students rally against suicide

    Hundreds of students from Mabaruma in Region One came together on Thursday, and joined in a rally, aimed at raising awareness for youth suicide and suicide prevention.

    The rally was convened under the theme, ‘Take a Minute, Change a life’ was held at the Mabaruma Primary School; which saw invited speakers, including Regional Chairman Brentnol Ashley stressing to students who may be struggling that they “are not alone.”news 20170529

  • School for children with special needs slated for Region 5

    news 20180719The establishment of a school for children with disabilities in Region Five, Mahaica-Berbice is under active consideration, Minister within the Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Karen Cummings recently said.

  • UG opens Centre for Behavioural Research and Sciences

    ― Masters in Clinical Psychology programme launched

    ─ PM Nagamootoo, performing the functions of president, officially commissioned the $100M building

    ─ centre will facilitate existing courses currently being taught including Social, Clinical, General and Developmental Psychology and can house over 300 students