Teachers receive encouraging words from the Ministry of Education on World Teachers Day
Teachers here have been encouraged to persevere despite the challenges in the teaching profession.
Director of Education, Glenn Francis gave these words of encouragement as Montserrat joined the global observance of World Teachers Day today.
Although there are challenges, the Director said the teaching profession can be extremely gratifying.
Four Montserratian Students among hundreds to graduate from UWI Open Campus
Four Montserratian students will be among hundreds who will graduate from the University of the West Indies Open Campus this weekend.
The occasion will be held in Antigua and will once again celebrate the achievements of graduands in a grand Presentation of Graduates Ceremony at the St. John’s Pentecostal Church.
Kimora Ward, Julia Lee, Renee Valecha and Michael Wilson will join Six hundred and forty six other students who will officially graduate from the Open Campus with degrees, certificates and diplomas in a wide range of subject areas.
St. John’s resident charged for unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 16
A St. John’s resident was charged for having unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl under 16 years today.
Sheldon Dubbery was arrested on Saturday and was taken before the Court where he was granted bail.
As part of his bail conditions, Duberry is not to make contact with the victim.
Tanisha Christopher and Viona Alexander-Smith presents these and other stories.