Mingdaw Junior & Senior Secondary School

Mingdaw Junior & Senior Secondary School

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Operating as usual

Photos from The Golden Bee Revolution's post 04/06/2021

Thanks for outreach

29/05/2021

It is with great shock and disbelief that the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education received the sad news of the untimely and unfortunate death of a student of the Gambia High School in a road accident involving a private vehicle along the Banjul highway on Friday, 28 May, 2021.

On behalf of the Honourable Minister, Permanent Secretary, Senior Management and staff of MoBSE, we wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family, relatives and friends of the victim and by extension the Management, staff and students of the Gambia High School.

As we mourn the death of our sister, we also wish speedy recovery to her friends who sustained injuries.

May her soul rest in perfect peace! Ameen.

Photos from KERR FATOU's post 25/03/2021

Photos from KERR FATOU's post

Photos from OBoy & Gambian Child's post 24/03/2021

Photos from OBoy & Gambian Child's post

Photos from Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia's post 05/01/2021

Photos from Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia's post

13/10/2020

Yessssssss!!! We are part of the fifteen schools that pull out aggregate six.
Bravo #teamMingdaw

13/10/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

"More students passed the 2020 Grade Nine GABECE this year compared to last year."_PS Louie Moses Mendy.

He made this statement in a press briefing today.

Find below the breakdown of students with Aggregate six (6) by school and gender.

Congratulations to the candidates!

12/10/2020

Greetings!

The Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education will be conveying a press briefing to discuss the 2020 Grade Nine (9) GABECE results.

In this regard, we hereby invite media houses and freelance journalists for coverage.

Date: 13th October, 2020.

Time: 2:30pm.

Venue: Regional Education Directorate One Office, Kanifing behind GTTI.

Thanks!

11/10/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

Happy International Day of the Girl Child 2020.

The theme for this year's International Girl Child Day is "My voice, our equal future."

On this occasion, we want all of us to recognize the rights of girls and the problems they are faced with around the world to be able to give them a better life, a better future. As in this year's theme.

Salute to the Girl Child!

08/10/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

The QGROUP FOUNDATION this morning presents a cheque for one million dalasi (D1000 000.00) to the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia as part of their corporate social responsibility in support of the reopening of schools.

This came two days after the Honourable Minister made an official announcement of the reopening of schools.

06/10/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

The Hon Minister will today make the official announcement of the reopening of schools.

Please watch GRTS and QTV @ 8:00pm.

05/10/2020

TODAY IS WORLD TEACHERS' DAY!

World Teachers' Day is annually held on October 5th. This day was proclaimed by UNESCO in 1994 to commemorate the signing of the 1966 UNESCO/I LO recommendation concerning the status of Teachers. The day provides the occasion to celebrate the contribution and services of the teachers and the teaching community in educating children and society at large.

The theme for this year's World Teachers' Day is "Leading in crisis, reimagining the future."

The issue of teacher leadership in crisis response is very critical especially during this Covid-19 pandemic. In The Gambia for example, teachers have supported and provided lessons for pupils virtually through radio, television and WhatsApp groups, when schools remain closed to mitigate loss of contact hours and ensure continuity of learning.

The Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education The Gambia acknowledge that important role and many others our teachers continue to play in shaping the future of education in this country.

We will therefore dedicate this month in celebrating our teachers who have contributed differently in the sector.

Happy World Teachers'Day!

03/10/2020

inna lillahi wa inallah-e-raji'oon we regret to announce the death of Mr Gassama. May Allah grant him paradise.

13/09/2020

As governments make plans to reopen schools, they must listen to the voices of teachers, parents, health professionals, children and young people

How has a teacher supported your child during the COVID-19 pandemic? Tell us in the comments below and join these students in Bhutan in appreciation for every educator helping children learn.

As governments make plans to reopen schools, they must listen to the voices of teachers, parents, health professionals, children and young people.

11/09/2020

I miss my teacher because____.

Fill in the blank and join these children in Uganda in appreciation of educators keeping children learning before, during and after COVID-19 school closures.

UNICEF is working with governments to prioritise reopening schools, with measures to help keep students and teachers safe.

I miss my teacher because____.

Fill in the blank and join these children in Uganda in appreciation of educators keeping children learning before, during and after COVID-19 school closures.

UNICEF is working with governments to prioritise reopening schools, with measures to help keep students and teachers safe.

๐Ÿ“ธ UNICEF Uganda

09/09/2020

Happy international literacy day

Today is International Literacy Day.

Unlike previous years, the 2020 International Literacy Day came at a time when the world is battling with the Covid-19 pandemic thereby making this year's theme "Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond".

As the Gambia joins the rest of the world to commemorate International Literacy Day, The Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia wishes to recognise the efforts of educators and parents for their selfless efforts in imparting education against all odds especially during this Covid-19 pandemic.

08/09/2020

#Congratulations to the class of 2020. Wishing you all the best in your future #endeavors.

17/08/2020

Best wishes to all the grade 12s. May good luck follow you throughout all your examination and always.

20/07/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

As 27, 000 candidates begin to write the 2020 Gambia Basic Education Certificate Examination (GABECE), the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia wishes you all the best in your exams.

NB: Always wear your face masks and observe all other protocols.

God bless you all.

16/07/2020

We appreciate the efforts of the ministry to ensure that learning continues

After more than three months out of school, the Grade twelves are back finally.

We wish you all a safe stay in school!

#WashYourHands
#CheckYourTemperature
#PutOnYourFaceMask
#ObservePhysicalDistancing
#NotMoreThan25InClass

23/06/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

As the Grade nine students resume school tomorrow, MoBSE urges students, staff, vendors and all those visiting the schools to observe the following protocols.

23/06/2020

๐Ÿ“ข๐Ÿ“ขAnnouncements to all #Mingdaw grade niners

21/06/2020

Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, The Gambia

As part of our preparation for the reopening of schools, here we have members of The Gambia Red Cross Society on fumigation of learning facilities across the country.

This is to ensure the safety of students, teachers and all other staff from the Coronavirus Pandemic (covid-19).

20/06/2020

Schools Re-Opens on June 24th

The Minister of Basic and Secondary Education this morning announced that schools for the Grade nine students is scheduled for Wednesday, 24th June 2020.

Below is Minister Claudiana A. Coleโ€™s statement.

Fellow Gambians, it is indeed an honour as the Minister for Basic and Secondary Education to come out and inform you of the developments on the re-opening of schools after months of total closure due to the Corona Virus pandemic commonly known as COVID-19.
Everyone would agree with me that the pandemic has brought a lot of trauma and uncertainty to all of us either as individuals, a sector, nation, or a world. This is so because it has affected every sector of our society especially the Education sector. In Gambia for example, it has directly affected about 674,300 children in Conventional and recognized Madrassahs schools from Early Childhood Development to Senior Secondary School, and resulting to an estimated loss of 265 instructional hours during the last 87 days of school closure thus seriously threatening the achievement of the annual target of 880 hours of instruction.

However, you would recall that some two weeks ago, the Government of the Gambia decided to relax the State of Emergency restrictions to open and extend businesses operations, and reopening of schools. It was from that time, that my Ministry started consultations with the Ministry of Health, key Education partners such as: The Gambia Teachersโ€™ Union, Conference of Principals, Association of Lower Basic School Heads (ALBASH), World Bank, UNICEF, UNESCO, NATCOM, Parents, and the Media fraternity to map the way forward in respect to safe reopening of schools. This is in response to the concern of parents, students and even teachers as to when schools would be reopening as many instructional hours have been lost since the abrupt closure in March, 2020 and if nothing is done, more hours would continue to be lost.

However, the outcome of the consultations with stakeholders, has clearly indicated that there is need to open schools as further delay or the non-opening of schools has far fetching consequences on both the education sector and the country.
Based on that, and the shown commitment and cooperation of stakeholders in ensuring that there is safe reopening of our schools across the country, I wish to humbly indicate that the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education(MoBSE) is now ready to re-open schools in phases beginning with the Grade nine students first and subsequently the 12s.

Fellow Gambians, in light of the above I hereby have the singular honour to inform all school authorities, staff, parents and students in particular, and the general public that the re-opening of schools for the Grade 9 Students is scheduled for Wednesday, 24TH June, 2020, and that of grade 12s would be announced in due course. As such, all the other categories of students are urged to stay at home until further notice.

In keeping with the WHO health and safety measures, and our Ministry of Health guidelines, we would be closely working with our various Regional Education Directorates to ensure compliance on the social distancing and availability of COVID-19 essentials such as; sanitizers, thermometers, face masks, sanitary materials and water points in addition to continuous cleaning of schools and fumigation.
In Conclusion, I would like to call on all, to partner and support with my Ministry in whatever way in ensuring safe teaching and learning.
May God Almighty continue to guide and protect us all and put an end to the COVID-19.
God bless The Gambia! Amen
Thank You!

12/06/2020

EYE Africa TV Online

LIVE: MoBSE DISTANCE LEARNING ENGLISH LBS G4-G6 L14 12TH JUNE 2020 PART 1

14/05/2020

KERR FATOU

Ministry of Basic Education Senior school Biology lesson (14/5/20)

12/05/2020

Happy belated birthday ๐ŸŽ‚๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽ‚ Mr Camara, may you witness many more birthdays ๐ŸŽ‚๐ŸŽ‚ to come.
#teamMingdaw loves you โค
Keep #shinning ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ

08/05/2020

KERR FATOU

Ministry of Basic Education HISTORY - HISTORIOGRAPHY lesson (08/05/20)

26/04/2020

EYE Africa TV Online

MoBSE DISTANCE LEARNING PHYSICS FOR SEN.SEC. SCHOOL

14/04/2020

He was a Teacher and a mentor at Mingdaw.
May Allah Grant him Paradise

Obituary Announcement.

The President's International Award is deeply sad by the news that, we lost One of the most grateful and hard-working Award Coordinator In West Coast Region Mr. Lamin Dibba, Who Passed away last night in Canada!

This sad news is extended to the Award Participants, Award Volunteers, Staff, board and management!

We pray that Allahu Subhanahu Otala grant him Jannatul Fridawse Yaa Rabal Alameen. May his soul rest in perfect peace along with all the others who departed before him Ameen.

27/03/2020

We are proud of you all

15/03/2020

Congratulations to our participants @interSchool sport Competition

10/03/2020

The Commerce Club of Mingdaw on an excursion tour, visit GCCI

08/03/2020

Happy International Women's Day
#IWD2020

06/03/2020

We wishing you all a successful excursion #teamMingdaw

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Monday 08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:00
Thursday 08:00 - 18:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00