Ministry of Education, Guyana

-- Education provided for Guyanese citizens is going to become the envy of the Caribbean—Dr. Roopnaraine

 Students, lecturers and concerned Guyanese have been calling for more focus to be placed on the development of the University of Guyana over the past number of years. At a recent event held by the Guyana National Youth Council, the Honourable Minister of Education acknowledged that the state of affairs at the University of Guyana is appalling.

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Parents and guardians of the St. Agnes and St. Angela’s Primary Schools are asked to note that there will be no school on Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5, 2015.
The closure of the two schools is to facilitate the cleaning of sewage facilities which malfunctioned and caused disruptions to class sessions. The Ministry apologizes for the inconvenience caused and commits to ensuring that both schools will be ready to welcome its students and staff on Monday, June 8.

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Tuesday, 05 November 2013 11:57


Students from private schools and students who have re-migrated to Guyana who wish to be placed in a public secondary school for the new school term, January 2014 are asked to note that the placement examinations will be held on December 12, 2013 at Queens College.  Please be seated by 8:00 hrs.

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