The second cohort of software coding trainees recently graduated from the Amber HEART Academy after successfully completing the one-year skills development programme.
The Ministry of Education and Youth in collaboration with the Ministry of National Security’s Citizen Security Secretariat through its 25/34 Inter-ministerial school strategy, recently engaged students from nine high schools located in Zones of Special Operations in a Kids in Tech – STEM Forum at the Denham Town High School on Tuesday, January 10.
Seventeen-year-old Abigail McGrowder says she has exceeded her own expectations with her recent academic achievements that earned her the National Child Month Committee’s (NCMC) Top Academic Achievement Award.
The Lucea Primary Spelling Bee competition was first hosted in 2021 by the school’s literacy committee as part of efforts to make the subject matter more fun for students. It was a resounding success and prompted the committee stage the event for a second year.
The National Youth Leaders’ Summit was held on Wednesday November 30 to culminate National Youth Month, which was being observed under the theme ‘Youth Reignited and Engaged… Transforming Jamaica and the Diaspora’.
Karysse Allen, Devon Anderson, and Damaine Carridice, students at Lennon High School in Clarendon were recently rewarded for their good deeds and acts of selflessness under the school’s Acts of Kindness initiative.
The National Youth Parliament of Jamaica (NYPJ) was started in November 2003 as a non-partisan initiative to providing youth across Jamaica with a forum to express their views, network and debate issues of concern in the House of Representatives. The parliamentary proceedings were held at Gordon House on November 28, under the theme: ‘REIGNITED: Empowering Youth for Jamaica 60 and Beyond’.
With Youth Month coming to an end the Heart/NSTA Trust treated students from high schools and HEART institutions from across the island to a day of career talks and entertainment at its Youth Festival at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Downtown Kingston on Wednesday, November 23.
November 19 is observed annually as World Day for the prevention of Child Abuse, and to commemorate the occasion the Child Protection and Family Services Agency (CPFSA) staged child-led marches in different areas of the island, aimed at bringing awareness to the issue of violence against children.
On October 19, 2022 the Ministry of Education and Youth launched a year-long campaign geared at ending violence in schools.
November is Youth Month, and for 2022 the Ministry of Education and Youth is using the period to focus on the Mental Health and Wellness of Jamaica’s young people.
Morant Bay High trounced Yallahs High in the finals of the second staging of the debate competition. The team will now journey to the US to participate in a cultural exchange debate at the University of West Georgia.
REACH Academy with its diverse population went all out to promote the rich cultural tapestry that makes up the Jamaican society showcasing the sights sounds and tastes of our rich heritage.
On today’s edition of Jamaica’s Promise, Golden Grove All Age in St. Ann to remind us of the contributions of our Heroes during heritage week.
Consultations were held with students from across the Corporate Area on the proposed policy where they were able to ask questions and posit suggestions for making it more effective.
The Olympic Way based institution benefits from a library that is intended to benefit the community and several nearby primary schools.
Top performing boy and girl in 2022 PEP exams share their thoughts on learning that they were top performers in the country.
The Embassy of the Dominican Republic carried out a facelift of Franklin Town Primary under its Adopt a School Programme.
The government has committed to ensuring a successful academic year despite the challenges being faced by the education sector
20,000 high school students benefit from training and certification through Global Services Sector Bootcamp