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Seaview Gardens Primary Nurturing Young Scientists

Seaview Gardens Primary School in Kingston has rapidly gained the enviable reputation of being a cradle for budding young scientists and innovators. Since 2014/15, this beacon of knowledge and education, which sits majestically in the community for which it is named, has copped the primary school category of the Scientific Research Council’s (SRC) annual National

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Chevening Scholarships For 2019/2020 Is Now Open

The UK Government has announced that applications for Chevening Scholarships for the 2019/2010 academic year opened last Monday, August 6 and will close on November 6, 2018. There are more than 1,500 scholarships on offer globally. “We are looking for ambitious, professional, forward-thinking leaders from any walk of life,” said high commissioner to Jamaica and The

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Tahir Thompson is The Scholarship Incubator Program Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to Tahir Thompson on winning the ScholarshipJamaica.com’s Scholarship to attend the Skolastik Oasis Caribbean’s Scholarship Incubator Programme (SOCSIP) at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus held last week. The SOCSIP is a three (3) day scholarship application, interview and preparation technique programme designed and produced by Miss Tracy-Ann Hyman, an Education Finance

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Education Ministry Ramping Up Career Guidance Programme

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information is ramping up its career guidance programme, which is expected to produce school leavers who are better prepared for the 21st-century job market. Minister of state in the ministry, Floyd Green, said the programme will provide secondary-school students with critical information on the skills required by the job

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Education Ministry Working with BIAJ in Preparation for PEP

Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Dr. Grace McLean, says the Ministry has commenced work with the Book Industry Association of Jamaica (BIAJ) as part of preparations for the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations in 2019. Books have already been submitted to the Ministry for review, and this should be

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