Ministry of Education

St. Christopher (St.Kitts) and Nevis

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BHS Launches Interact Club – A Rotary Service Programme

(EMU) – St. Kitts, February 26, 2015: Education officials are expecting tremendous dividends to accrue from the Basseterre High School’s launch of the Interact Club – one of the fastest growing Rotary Service Programmes. In a brief address at the launching ceremony on Saturday, Principal Carlene Morton said the school, in keeping with its motto ‘Principia Non Homines’ (‘Principles Not Men’), is always impressed with initiatives such as the Interact Club which emphasize the holistic development of youth, promoting virtues such as empathy, altruism, tolerance, respect and integrity.” 


CXC January Results Realeased Online Today

(EMU) – St. Kitts, February 26, 2015: Candidates who wrote the January 2015 sitting of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) can access their results online today (February 26). This is according to local CXC Registrar Solomon Claxton. The results are available on the website Candidates will have to enter the centre number which is comprised of the first six digits of their registration number.


National Commission for UNESCO to Join In Celebration of International Mother Language Day

(EMU) – St. Kitts, February 20, 2015: A day aimed at developing a fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions around the world as well as promoting unity in diversity and international understanding, through multilingualism and multiculturalism; International Mother Languages Day, will be celebrated on Saturday February 21.The day is observed annually by the National Commission for UNESCO as part of its mandate to raise awareness globally in keeping with the objectives of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).


Educators Focus on Professional Development

Basseterre, St. Kitts, February 02, 2015 (SKNIS): Educators of the Saddlers Secondary School recently took some time to focus on their roles as professionals and develop competences in areas that will benefit the students.  This was done during a Professional Development Workshop at the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Conference Room held under the theme “Reflecting, Recharging and Recommitting to Instructional Design in the Classroom.”

Education Officer Lisa Pistana stated that the yearly event signals the teachers’ willingness to work with the Ministry of Education and punctuates their own desire to improve their educational skills. She added that education, “much like the world”, is always changing and teachers need to keep abreast.


St. Kitts and Nevis official attends high-level educational training programme at UNESCO, Paris

The New Year started well for resident of St. Kitts-Nevis education expert, Dr. Neva Pemberton, as she arrived in Paris to undertake a 6-month intensive training programme organised by UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP). Over the coming months in Paris, Dr. Pemberton will be exposed to in-depth training on educational planning and management, exploring fields such as statistical tools and indicators, strategies and policy options, projects, budgets, and performance assessment frameworks.  IIEP programs are designed for planners, policy-makers and researchers. IIEP targets both educational institutions and individuals, and works in both national and international contexts. In recent years, IIEP has notably spearheaded research projects to identify new approaches that planners can utilize to improve equity, access and quality in the various educational sectors.


Caribbean Action Plan for UNESCO World Heritage confirmed at Regional Meeting

NATCOM (SKN) - Basseterre: December 15, 2014: The way forward for the Caribbean in terms of its World Heritage offerings was formalized at a recently held meeting between regional stakeholders.  The meeting was jointly organized by the World Heritage Centre, UNESCO Offices in Havana and Kingston, and in cooperation with the UNESCO Office in Port au Prince, Haiti, with the financial support of the Netherlands Funds-in-Trust at the World Heritage Centre. Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO, Antonio Maynard who is World Heritage Focal Point and state party representative, attended the meeting on behalf of the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis.


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