Parents Can Verify NGSA Exams Results

Parents who may query the results of their children that wrote this year National grade six assessment or may request for the student to attend the school with their required marks can have the process done through the ministry exam division. During the award ceremony held on Wednesday morning

‘Beyuka Irekida’ – A Showcase Of Indigenous Culture

Guyana’s rich Indigenous culture was showcased through music, storytelling and poetry at this evening's, ‘Beyuka Irekida’ – a musical gathering in Arawak, at the Heritage Village, Sophia Exhibition Centre, Georgetown. The event was an informal one where persons voluntarily performed in their respective Indigenous language to a packed audience of students

Italian Envoy Visits US$650,000 Grant Projects in Bartica

Special Envoy for the Caribbean Countries, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italian Republic, Ms. Caterina Bertolini, today, conducted a site visit and tour of Bartica, in an effort to understand the scope of work which was undertaken under the first phase of the Transitioning to National Energy Security

GIRLS GO TECH!

To mark International Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) day, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and European Union Delegation to Guyana, with support from the Ministry of Education, launched the third and final campaign to promote STEM for girls in Guyana, at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre on Monday, February

North Ruimveldt Multilateral School Host Men’s Forum

On the heels of the recently celebrated World’s Men’s Day, the faculty and staff of the North Ruimveldt Multilateral school, in partnership with their Parent Teacher Association, hosted a men’s discussion forum. One of the organizers of the discussions and Senior teacher, Tamika Jeffrey-Pile, explained the reasoning that occasioned the forum. Jeffrey-Pile,