Ministry of Education

St. Christopher (St.Kitts) and Nevis

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Drug Prevention Programmes To Safeguard School Students

Basseterre, St. Kitts, October 23, 2014 (SKNIS): The National Council on Drug Prevention in collaboration with the Ministry of Education have put in place plans to implement drug prevention programmes in schools thanks to data received from a survey which started in early 2013. Some areas highlighted in the survey were students’ access to and use of illegal drugs, their perception of the harmful effects and the amount of students who have drank alcohol.     On October 22, 2014, during the review of findings seminar, guidance counsellors came together to develop a drug prevention programme frame work.


High Scope Programme Ensures Best Teaching Practices

Basseterre, St. Kitts, October 27, 2014 (SKNIS): UNICEF in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, in 2008, introduced a HighScope Preschool Curriculum Programme to two preschools in St. Kitts and one preschool in Nevis, to determine best teaching practices for this age group. The programme, which was evaluated by Manitou Inc. through the years, was also centred around introducing distinct curriculum content areas for each topic and age group taught, assessment tools and a training model. In addition, it was designed to suit the needs of each institution chosen and reduce inequalities for all children.


Building A Strong Foundation For Education

Basseterre, St. Kitts, October 14, 2014 (SKNIS): The St. Kitts and Nevis National Education Foundation (SKNNEF) has been said to be “a vehicle through which the dreams of many students, teachers and budding professionals can be realised.” These were the words of Minister of Education the Hon. Nigel Carty who explained that the initiative will provide personal financing that will help students of varying ages and from many different backgrounds to raise their levels of academic achievement and meet the challenges and demands of a competitive global environment.


Education Sector and UNESCO Salute Teachers

(EMU) – St. Kitts, October 10, 2014: Both the Ministry of Education and the National Commission for UNESCO have applauded the work of the Federation’s Teachers and expressed continued commitment to their advancement in recognition of  the celebration of Teachers’ Week .On the eve of World Teachers’ Day (Sunday October 5) the organizations called on the wider community to reflect on the role teachers play as well as to show them appreciation.


CARPHA BHS Techinical Review

Environmental Health and Sustainable Development Department
(formerly Caribbean Environmental Health Institute)
Caribbean Public Health Agency
PO Box 1111
The Morne
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INTERIM RESULT REPORT Result for ambient air quality monitoring for C0, H2S, CH4 .tVOCs

Basseterre High School, Basseterre, St Kitts

Prepared for: Ministry of Health, Social and Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs And Ministry of Education, Information, Agriculture, Marine Resources and Cooperatives Basseterre St. Kitts

Prepared by: Caribbean Public Health Agency

September 2014


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