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Saint Lucia To Host Aviation Symposium For Students

Press Release:- Saint Lucian school counsellors, through the Division of Education, are receiving help from an external non-for-profit agency, to help inspire youth to successfully pursue their dreams in a...

City Police Officers support Reading Month

City Police Officers visited  learning institutions including the Dunnottar School for children with special needs, to support activities for Reading Month. Officer Timothy Moses who visited the Dunnottar school last...

Ferdinand Laments ‘No Clear Policy On Education’

Opposition Senator, Guibion Ferdinand, has suggested that government borrowing is mainly for 'concrete and steel' or consultancy. "Unfortunately I haven't seen anything to inspire our young people along the lines...
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Low Grades – A Cause for Concern

Press Release:-The Caribbean Examination Council recently announced that over 11,000 pupils across the region who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Exam (formerly O’levels) last May/June got no...
Innovative Secondary Schools Project

NCPC Innovative Secondary Schools Project Documentary to air on DBS

Continuously upgrading our schools and teaching methods is essential to nurturing and cultivating an environment where problem solvers and innovators who will help build a competitive Saint Lucia, can...

Barbados: School security guards urged to break up fights

Barbados Today:-  Government is to consider changes to the contracts of security officers stationed at the island’s schools to include the protection of students and teachers. There have been reports that...
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Gros Islet Youth Development Council to Host District Debate Competition

Gros Islet has brought home the National Debate Championship two consecutive years and as a means of continuing our community’s reign in the National Competition, the Gros Islet Youth...

New SCSS Student Council President elected

M’khayla Joseph has been elected President of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School (SCSS) student council. Joseph is part of a new executive which will run the affairs of the body...

ST LUCIANS WIN PRESTIGIOUS CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS

Press Release:-  The Chevening Scholarship winners for 2018 were announced yesterday by British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Mrs Janet Douglas. Among them are two awardees from...

Saint Lucia Schools Benefit from Environmental Education

Press Release:-  Over 70 students from two primary and two senior secondary schools in the south of the island participated in an environmental education programme under a project entitled: Supporting...