The Ministry of Education has installed four new school supervisors who, the ministry says, represent another step in ensuring that principals and teachers receive critical support in implementing quality educational standards for the nation’s students.
The School Supervisors officially received their Letters of Appointment from Minister of Education Anthony Garcia and Chief Education Officer, Harrilal Seecharan at a ceremony held at the Education Towers on Wednesday.
They have been assigned to primary schools to commence their duties.
Students of Diego Martin Central Government Secondary school will embark on a journey of a lifetime, this, as eight students have been selected to attend a trip to Colombia in the latter half of March 2018.
More than 200 students from ten primary schools in Arima, were today treated to a special viewing of the blockbuster movie, Blank Panther at the Caribbean Cinemas 8, Trincity Mall.
The viewing was an initiative of Education Minister and Member of Parliament for Arima, Anthony Garcia.
The group of Standard Five Students was selected from the Arima Girls’ Government, Arima Boys’ Government, Arima Boys’ R.C, Arima Girls’ R.C, Arima Hindu Primary, Arima Centenary Primary, Blancisseuse Government Primary, Brasso-Seco R.C, Aripo R.C and Santa Rosa Government Primary Schools.