Marine installation operations commenced this week following the arrival of the cable laying ship, ‘IT Intrepid’. “The CS IT Intrepid successfully completed the laying of the cable and integration of the Branching Unit, which started on Monday 29th June and finished on Thursday 2nd July.
At the School Board’s Meeting which was held on the 12th June 2020, the decision was taken to resume face to face instructions for pupils in Grade 5 and 6 as well as at risk pupils in Grades 1 to 4 beginning Monday 22nd June until 31st July 2020.
St. Augustine Catholic Primary School activated its Remote Learning Programme for its pupils on Monday 20th April, the first day of Term Three of the 2019/2020 School Year. All instructions are from the approved OECS Curriculum. Teaching emphasis has been in Mathematics and Language Arts for pupils in Kindergarten to Grades Two while, Grades Three to Six
The Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs and Sports in collaboration with the Human Resource and Management Unit (HRMU) announces that applications are now being accepted for the ‘Montserrat Island Scholarship’.
The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) has confirmed the examination dates with regional agreement for CSEC and CAPE to begin on July 13 2020. The final timetable is available online at the CXC website, www.cxc.org . CXC asserts that results will be available in September 2020.
The Trade and Quality Infrastructure Division, Office of the Premier, is thrilled to announce that Hayley-Shai Kassie from the Montserrat Secondary School was amongst the 6 winners of the ‘CARICOM Competition Commission’s (CCC’s) Secondary School Essay Writing Competition 2019-2020.’
Six (6) students pursuing studies in Jamaica are expected to return home this evening on the Jaden Sun Ferry at Little Bay Montserrat.
The Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs and Sports continues to support students and teachers during the closure of schools which started on March 13 2020. Educational Institutions will remain closed until May 1st and manage operations thereafter within the guidelines presented by the Ministry of Health and Social Services. This is a challenging but needed decision to manage the spread