SKN Education Media Unit - EMU

SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU

Comments

A safer and more easier to manage system for opening schools is to have a one-week-in/one-week- online plan. A shift system will be very difficult for teachers and parents. Are you planning to hire double the teachers, or pay overtime to them? Better spend that money on ensuring all students have tablets.. Good luck.
Please spread the word! The Caribbean Education Project, led by a group of college students and professors from the United States, has partnered with organizations in St. Kitts-Nevis and the Caribbean to distribute high-quality educational materials catered specifically for students planning to take the National Grade Six Assessment. The website linked below offers free resources to help children in St.Kitts-Nevis and across the Caribbean study and prepare for this exam. Please spread the word! With thousands of students in lockdown due to COVID-19 measures, we want to ensure as many as possible can get the resources they need to pass this exam! Keep this spreading! Like our page on Facebook for more updates!
Please spread the word! The Guyana Education Project, led by a group of college students and professors from the United States, have partnered with The Caribbean Voice and other organizations in Guyana and the Caribbean to distribute high-quality educational materials catered specifically for students planning to take the National Grade Six Assessment. The website linked below offers free resources to help children in Guyana and across the Caribbean study and prepare for this exam. Please spread the word! With thousands of students in lockdown due to COVID-19 measures, we want to ensure as many as possible can get the resources they need to pass this exam! Keep this spreading!
qualitative and quantitative childhood education is the answer to current challenges besieging the country. Viewing from
Aristocratic Microscopic Angle- TABULARASA.

Click the Welcome tab to find out more about us.

Operating as usual

[09/15/21]   TUNE IN TO ZIZ TELEVISON TODAY AT 5:00PM FOR THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION ADDRESS

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 15/09/2021

When Minister of Education, Jonel Powell, visited the Irish Town Primary and Tucker Clarke School today Wednesday, 15th September, he was encouraged by the fact that the students and teachers were following the protocols to protect themselves, especially wearing their masks.

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 15/09/2021

Protecting our children, especially our students, and our teachers,against COVID-19, is paramount for the Ministry of Education.

Minister of Education, Hon Jonel Powell, and his entire team in the ministry and department of education, are continuing their efforts, daily, to make sure our children are kept safe.

Minister Powell continued his school visits today, Wednesday, 15th September, by meeting with the principals and other senior teachers, at the Tucker Clarke Primary and Irish Town Prinary schools.

Ministry of Education 14/09/2021

Ministry of Education

NOTICE

Please visit www.education.gov.kn for information relating to the guidelines for school operations during the pandemic. This document can be accessed under the option...quick links. The document, Ministry of Education Guidelines for the Re-opening of Schools 2021-2022, sheds light on the MOE's plan of operation where schools and learning institutions are concerned.

Ministry of Education

13/09/2021
13/09/2021
13/09/2021
13/09/2021
13/09/2021
13/09/2021
Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

08/09/2021

Five young students are the recipients of the 2nd annual Ward-Hanley Scholarship and Mentorship Programme founded by the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association (SKNYPA).


At a ceremony held on Monday, September 06, founding father the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley and SKNYPA’s President Ms. Patrice Harris presented the scholarships to Mr. Javaldre Casey-Hodge, 11, of the Basseterre High School; Ms. Jadenique Thomas, 11, of the Washington Archibald High School; Mr. Antwone Percival, 12, of the Verchilds High School; Ms. Tazana Phillip, 11, and Ms. Shaenajma Stapleton, 11, both of the Cayon High School.


The scholarship awards a $500 cheque, school supplies and provides mentorship support to the recipients, and is sponsored by the Governor General Sir S.W. Tapley Seaton, Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Shawn Richards, Hon. Akilah Byron-Nisbett, founding father Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, former SKNYPA president Mr. Azard Gumbs and the St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited.

Mr. Kervin Fahie, one of recipients from the first cohort of awardees, while giving a testimonial at Monday’s award ceremony, expressed his appreciation to SKNYPA for awarding the scholarship to him.



“I am truly thankful for your gift towards my holistic development. Your contribution has helped my family and I tremendously. Thank you for investing in my future and for seeing the potential of my talents to inspire, and to foster successful students,” Mr. Fahie said.



Brief remarks by the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, remarks by President of SKNYPA, Ms. Patrice Harris, and a presentation by Ms. Jonesh Rogers also formed part of the ceremony which was held at the conference room of the Solid Waste Management Corporation.



The Ward-Hanley Scholarship and Mentorship Programme aims to offer academic support with the provision of guidance and educational materials to each recipient. In alignment with the motto of SKNYPA, which is “Equality and Justice in Nation Building”, new high school students and their parents will be provided the skills and assets needed to successfully navigate this new field of scholastic mobility.

Inaugurated in September 2020, the scholarship was named after the late Desmond Eli Ward and the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, both of whom are founding fathers and honorary members of the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association.

Five young students are the recipients of the 2nd annual Ward-Hanley Scholarship and Mentorship Programme founded by the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association (SKNYPA).


At a ceremony held on Monday, September 06, founding father the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley and SKNYPA’s President Ms. Patrice Harris presented the scholarships to Mr. Javaldre Casey-Hodge, 11, of the Basseterre High School; Ms. Jadenique Thomas, 11, of the Washington Archibald High School; Mr. Antwone Percival, 12, of the Verchilds High School; Ms. Tazana Phillip, 11, and Ms. Shaenajma Stapleton, 11, both of the Cayon High School.


The scholarship awards a $500 cheque, school supplies and provides mentorship support to the recipients, and is sponsored by the Governor General Sir S.W. Tapley Seaton, Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Shawn Richards, Hon. Akilah Byron-Nisbett, founding father Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, former SKNYPA president Mr. Azard Gumbs and the St. Kitts Electricity Company Limited.

Mr. Kervin Fahie, one of recipients from the first cohort of awardees, while giving a testimonial at Monday’s award ceremony, expressed his appreciation to SKNYPA for awarding the scholarship to him.



“I am truly thankful for your gift towards my holistic development. Your contribution has helped my family and I tremendously. Thank you for investing in my future and for seeing the potential of my talents to inspire, and to foster successful students,” Mr. Fahie said.



Brief remarks by the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, remarks by President of SKNYPA, Ms. Patrice Harris, and a presentation by Ms. Jonesh Rogers also formed part of the ceremony which was held at the conference room of the Solid Waste Management Corporation.



The Ward-Hanley Scholarship and Mentorship Programme aims to offer academic support with the provision of guidance and educational materials to each recipient. In alignment with the motto of SKNYPA, which is “Equality and Justice in Nation Building”, new high school students and their parents will be provided the skills and assets needed to successfully navigate this new field of scholastic mobility.

Inaugurated in September 2020, the scholarship was named after the late Desmond Eli Ward and the Hon. Dr. Geoffrey Hanley, both of whom are founding fathers and honorary members of the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association.

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 08/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

06/09/2021
Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 03/09/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

Home 02/09/2021

Home

CFBC's Division of Adult and Continuing Education is now accepting applications for its part time programmes from individuals who are interested in pursuing academic qualifications at the CSEC or Cape Level.

Application forms can be accessed at www.cfbc.edu.kn or from the Burden Street campus or the ACE office.

Deadline for Applications: Thursday September 30th, 2021

For further information contact CFBC @ 465-2856 ext. 1143/1104
or email: [email protected]

Home All faculty, staff and students who enter the CFBC are to wear masks that are void of visual information that is political, lewd, offensive, or derogatory in any form. Failure to comply will result in not being able to enter any of the CFBC campuses as communicated by the security officers on duty a...

01/09/2021
01/09/2021
31/08/2021

Highlights from the 2021 Pre-service training for prospective teachers.

Ministry of Education 31/08/2021

Ministry of Education

ATTN: STUDENTS SEEKING ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE VIA THE S.A.F.E PROGRAM ARE ASK TO NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL 17TH SEPTEMBER 2021.

STUDENTS CAN ALSO ACCESS THE APPILICATION FORM VIA THE LINK PROVIDED BELOW

http://education.gov.kn/

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Log on to the website
2. Look for quick links (to the bottom of page)
3. Select the option "S.A.F.E Application Form"
4. Complete form
5. Submit form😊

Ministry of Education

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 30/08/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

30/08/2021

Opening Ceremony for the Commencement of the 2021-2022 School Year - August 30, 2021

Opening Ceremony for the Commencement of the 2021-2022 School Year - August 30, 2021

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 26/08/2021

Principals accepts donations on behalf of students from national flag designer Edris Lewis

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 26/08/2021

1st Principal's meeting for Academic Year 2021-2022

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 26/08/2021

Reading Intervention Teachers receives award for sucessfully completing UWI course on teaching Reading

26/08/2021

Minister of Education
Hon. Jonel Powell’s Address to the Nation
Re: The Start of the 2021 – 2022 School Year
25 th August, 2021

24/08/2021

Congratulations Emani Samuel Winner of the Independence Theme Competition 2021

Congratulations Emani Samuel Winner of the Independence Theme Competition 2021

[08/20/21]   NOTICE: SUMMER WORKSHOP REGISTRATION TO OPEN SHORTLY
Basseterre: St. Kitts, Wednesday, August 18th, 2021: The Ministry of Education wishes to remind all teachers that the Annual Summer Workshop will start Monday 30th August and run until Friday 03rd September, 2021.
Registration for the virtual workshops will be made available via an online platform on Monday 23rd, August and close at midday Wednesday 25th August, 2021.
All teachers MUST register online using the Ministry of Education’s Summer Workshop Registration form.
More details and information will be made available shortly

Photos from SKN       Education Media Unit - EMU's post 19/08/2021

Photos from SKN Education Media Unit - EMU's post

29/06/2021

Videos (show all)

Opening Ceremony for the Commencement of the 2021-2022 School Year - August 30, 2021
Congratulations Emani Samuel Winner of the Independence Theme Competition 2021
It's that time of the year again, time for our Annual Summer workshops
William Hodge, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, announces Criteria for the St. Kitts and Nevis 2021 Independe...
CXC Examination Administration Press Conference | Ministry of Education - June 27, 2021

Location

Category

Products

Press Releases, Video Productions/programmes of the Education Media Unit

Telephone

Address


Basseterre
00265

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00
Other Education in Basseterre (show all)
The Qodesh Institute The Qodesh Institute
P.O. Box 1222
Basseterre, 00265

The Qodesh Institute, an Information Technology Certification Training Provider

WAHS (Washington Archibald High School) WAHS (Washington Archibald High School)
Taylor's Range
Basseterre

Excelling Today For A Brighter Tomorrow

CFBC Performing Arts Dance Class CFBC Performing Arts Dance Class
Basseterre

In the performing arts, particularly dance, we use our bodies as the main instrument for producing art before live audiences.

William Marcus Natta Memorial Scholarship Fund William Marcus Natta Memorial Scholarship Fund
Basseterre

"A Helping Hand Along Your Way" http://nattascholarshipfund.org

Chemistry Help Chemistry Help
Basseterre
Basseterre, 00265

This page is about getting help with high school and or sixth form CHEMISTRY. You get to populate the page with your questions.

Schools Apex Cooperative Schools Apex Cooperative
#1 Princes Street
Basseterre

We provide all your school supplies, uniforms and textbooks at reasonable prices. "Low prices are born here and raised elsewhere"

Bright Start Childcare & Development Center Bright Start Childcare & Development Center
Market Street St. Kitts
Basseterre, 00265

Bright Start Childcare & Development Centre is a start-up organization that provides after school ca

Literary and Debating Society Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College Literary and Debating Society Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College
Burdon Street
Basseterre, 265

The CFBC Literary and Debating Society is one of the vehicles through which we mold young minds.

Immaculate Conception Catholic School Drama Club Immaculate Conception Catholic School Drama Club
George Street
Basseterre

We're all born actors within this world. But it takes a different kind of person to keep a crowd's attention.

JETS - the Joint Empowerment of the Students JETS - the Joint Empowerment of the Students
Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College
Basseterre

JETS (Joint Empowerment of The Students) is a campaign at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College seeking to better the lives of the students that atttend.

KN Math KN Math
Lockhart Street
Basseterre, 9999

KN Math chronicles the advancements in mathematics teaching and learning in St. Kitts and Nevis.