USAID Community, Family & Youth Resilience (CFYR) after school programme in Soufriere, Saint Lucia COMMUNITY, FAMILY AND YOUTH RESILIENCE (CFYR) AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMME SOUFRIERE
Operating as usual
Thank you to all the mothers, grandmothers, aunts cousins, friends, caregivers, volunteers etc. We would not be here without YOU. Have a great day.
This serves as a reminder. School reopens physically on Monday April 19, 2021. Please be reminded that we are returning to the staggered schedule that was used at the beginning of Term 2 in January of this year where not every form will be present every day. This is so to ensure we remain compliant with the Covid-19 protocols. Here is the schedule:
Form 1’s and Form 3’s will be present on Days 1, 3 and 5.
Form 2’s and Form 4’s will be present on Days 2, 4 and 6.
Form 5’s will be present on all six days.
On the days that your child is at home he/she will engage in online classes following the online schedule issued before the return to full remote learning in January of this year.
Kindly ensure that your child has a mask and wears that mask in-keeping with the protocols. Masks must be worn upon entry into the buses and upon entry into the school. A no mask no entry policy applies. Please remind them of the importance of wearing the mask when exiting the school premises as well.
The administration and staff of SCSS wish you and your child the very best of success for Term 3. When the home and the school work together great things can be achieved.
The administration and staff of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School extend heartfelt sympathies to three members of our SCSS family on the passing of their loved ones. On Wednesday 14th April Teacher Melita Hippolyte lost her grandfather. The following day, Thursday 15th April one of our students, Caryne Joseph lost her mother Melanie Joseph and on Friday 16th April Acting Principal Marcellus Cazaubon lost his grandmother-in-law. As a school family we mourn with all our bereaved family members and offer our support at this difficult time. May all those who have passed on rest in peace.
Physical Reopening of School Set for Monday 19th April - St. Lucia News From The Voice Share this post:After consultation with stakeholders, schools will resume physical operations for the Third Term of the 2020/21 academic year. …
April6-International Day of Sport, Development and Peace. This pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the world of sport. Teamwork is essential to building back better, so let’s continue leveling the playing field by fostering equity, solidarity, community and team spirit in response. #SportDay #OnlyTogether #IDSDP
Your child’s health and safety is our top priority. Over the past 12 months, we have successfully conducted several accreditation and membership processes to further develop existing child safeguarding operational standards, policies, procedures, and introduced more effective monitoring within our organisation and beyond.
Thank you everyone Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School.
Happy International Women's day everyone. Gender Equality & Inclusion - We have helped lead an effort to increase the number of women in leadership roles in community activity, physical activity, coaching and youth development. We continue to advocate to change national policy to ensure women and girls are provided with improved support to assist in their participation of youth development activities. #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021
How can we still support the most vulnerable while still keeping people safe from this pandemic?. COVID 19 has challenged our approach as humanitarians. We must confront our traditional ways of supporting communities and adapt – even reinventing how we do things and create new opportunities for growth.
He filled so many roles beyond ‘coach’ that his impact will be felt well beyond his untimely passing.
The best way to protect the future is to remember the past!. We'll be back together soon. Merry Christmas everyone 💗.
As part of precautions to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19, schools around the island facilitated both physical distancing and infection prevention and control measures. These measures will ensure the health and well-being of the school population.
Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Dev.
RE-OPENING OF SCHOOL – GRADE 6 AND FORM 5
Having concluded several consultations with stakeholders, the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform of the RE-OPENING OF SCHOOL for GRADE 6 and FORM 5 STUDENTS on Wednesday 3rd June 2020.
Parents and Guardians should note the following:
• Health protocols have been shared to ensure a safe and healthy school environment for all
• Schools have been furnished with contact information of health care professionals and RSLPF personnel who will assist with the adherence to and enforcement of protocols
• Access to the school premises outside of drop off and pick up times, will not be permitted without the explicit approval of the Principal
• Parents and Guardians of secondary school students should get their child’s/ward’s timetable from the school
• Parents and Guardians are encouraged to liaise closely with their schools
Teachers are expected to report to their respective schools on Tuesday 2nd June, 2020, for final preparation.
The Department wishes to remind stakeholders and the public that we all have a part to play in ensuring that the reintegration of our students and teachers into schools is seamless.
The Ministry also reminds parents and guardians to continue to follow the recommended Covid-19 protocols by ensuring hands are properly sanitized, maintaining social distancing of no less than six-feet from others at all times and the wearing of face-masks once you’ve left your homes.
Government of Saint Lucia
The Department of Education is considering the return of Grade Six and Form Five students during this academic year 2019/2020. This is in preparation for the Common Entrance and CSEC Examinations. All health and safety protocols will be taken into account as part of this consideration.
Government of Saint Lucia
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We may not be visible in communities, on the field or in the classroom, but we are continuing to work behind the scenes. Talking to health officials, schools, stakeholders, parents & guardians. Checking on our participants. Keeping our partners updated. Lobbying for more funding. Revising our 2020 calendar of activities. So, when the Government of Saint Lucia says go. Expect to see more of us.
Statement from Permanent Secretary in the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations Michelle Charles and Chief Education Officer Dr. Fiona Phillip-Mayer on the measures being taken at schools in Saint Lucia as it relates to COVID-19
Beyond the Bell After School Programme students got to hear about the products at Caribbean Grains Saint Lucia Ltd . This is part of our Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program supported by USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Sacred Sports Foundation Inc
After School Programme Essentials! As we continue our child safeguarding efforts, we’ve contacted the Ministry of Health and Wellness - Saint Lucia and taken some straightforward steps in collaboration with communities, schools, parents & guardians by: Encouraging hand hygiene, monitoring absenteeism and communicating regularly.
#IWD2020. Engaged. Involved. Part of the cause. At Sacred Sports Foundation Inc, we don’t just say it, we live it, every single day. Our programmes are dominated by women & girls. Leaders, Managers, Educators, Medical Practitioners, Coaches, Mentors, Social Workers, Administrators, Parents & Guardians. Girls2Women in the classroom and on the field. #Inclusion, #equality and #diversity. #EachforEqual
Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program ; Another impactful week working with secondary school students from the community of Vieux Fort : Homework assistance, sport, lifeskills and conflict resultion supported by USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean Sacred Sports Foundation Inc
Sacred Sports Foundation Inc
Another 1st for St. Lucia!. It's been a long process.... But, we are proud to share with you that our Technical and Vocational Education and Training arm – Sacred Futures is now an approved Active IQ centre. Active IQ is recognised and regulated by Ofqual within the Active Leisure sector and is one of the UK’s leading awarding organisations for the active leisure, learning and well-being sector. They design, quality assure and award a wide range of accredited qualifications on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). At Sacred Futures, all our courses offer high-quality teaching and learning resources and provide a positive learning experience.
This afterschool programme continues to be successful thanks to a variety of stakeholders including Principals, Teachers, Parents & Guardians, Local Caterers and other relevant community members.
SBA's , project innovation, #MathAttack and rainy day programmes. Its been a busy week. Special thanks to all our students, parents & guardians. Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Homework Assistance, Sport and Lifeskills with support from Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program . Its great to be back in Vieux Fort
Looking forward to seeing all our stakeholders today. #sdgs. #cfyrprogram USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean
Attendance is an important factor in evaluating the effects of after-school programmes. Meet some of our top attendees. USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean #USAIDTransforms
Be safe out there!.
stluciatimes.com Press Release:- The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development wishes to inform Parents and guardians that due to
Another memorable week of homework assistance, sport, life-skills, conflict resolution and fun!. Thank you students, parents & guardians, principals and teachers. All possible thanks to continued support from partners such as USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean via its Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program managed by Sacred Sports Foundation Inc #sdgs
Access to quality afterschool programmes is critical for our youth, our working families and our communities. This Community, Family & Youth Resilience - CFYR Program in Vieux-Fort, St. Lucia is supported by USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean and Sacred Sports Foundation Inc
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