Schools, Colleges & Universities

Saint Joseph Primary R.C School has a new playground

The students of Saint Joseph Primary R.C. School in Belize City now have a brand
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The BNTU wants the Churches to pay up

Members of the Joint Union’s negotiation team, which comprises members of the Public Service Union
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Belize Educational Service Group moves into a full-fledged service association

Students often see themselves as global citizens. It’s no different for the graduates from National
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The BNTU condemns teacher accused of sexual misconduct

Tonight, the Belize National Teachers Union is condemning the actions of a Belize City teacher
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The Belize City ITVET is aiming to expand its list

The Belize City Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ITVET) is hoping to diversify the
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Belize City and Orange Walk ITVETs are working to enhance

The Belize City and Orange Walk Institutes for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (ITVET)
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Ministry of Education will look into the misconduct of Canaan

Yesterday, a parent came forward explaining that their daughter had been propositioned by a teacher
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COBEC holds its annual College Fair

Today, the Consortium for Belize Educational Cooperation (COBEC) held its annual College Fair in Belize
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Teacher under investigation at Canaan SDA High School

A male teacher at Canaan Seventh-Day Adventist High School in Belize City is in the
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Police Cadet in PG get wind instruments

The Belize Police Department Cadet Corp in Punta Gorda has been a beneficiary of Sir
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UB Inaugurates State of the Art Chemistry Lab

 The University of Belize officially opened the Hummingbird Analytical Laboratory which will be used to
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The Ministry of Education launches its third round of curriculum

The Ministry of Education set up shop in Belize City today to meet with teachers
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The US Embassy donates new building to the San Jose

The United States Government has also been working with the Government of Belize on areas
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DYS and Vistro team up to create travel app for

Everyone knows the challenges of commuting daily. For students, it’s often a rat race, trying
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MOECST continues to finalize its national curriculum reform framework

The Ministry of Education is finalising its national curriculum reform framework with final implementation to
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Update on Curriculum Reform

Minister of State in the Ministry of Education Dr Louis Zabaneh led a delegation of
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Burglars target Kuxlin Ha Government in Cayo District

Police are expected to probe at least two break-ins reported at Kuxlin Ha Government School
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Wesley Upper School Opens Newly Renovated Reading Room

Wesley Upper School in Belize City officially opened its newly renovated reading room. The room
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Newly found speeches of Belize’s first Premier displayed in a

On Monday, January 16, for the second time in Belize’s history, the nation will be
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Fighting Gender Based Violence with Art

Today the women’s empowerment mural unveiling was held at the FFB Stadium in Belmopan. Love
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Principals in Toledo Received Training

Principals in the Toledo District participated in a training session in line with Literacy Reading
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Let Girls Learn continues to inspire young women nationwide

Young women from Stann Creek and Toledo received their certificates on Saturday after successfully completing
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The Ministry of Education moving full steam ahead with its

The Ministry of Education’s national curriculum reform framework is being well received in schools across
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Free education is coming to the South

The Government will extend its free education pilot project to the south of the country.
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Youth From Rival Communities Cause Trouble in Schools

While violent crimes are down in Belize, it is still prevalent in the region. And,
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Minister of Education addresses issues at the IVET’s

The Minister of Education, Francis Fonseca, is hoping to resolve the issues faced at the
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Ministry of Ed. continues to move towards competency-based curriculum

A large majority of the country’s primary schools have put the new curriculum into practice.
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Schools continue to recover post-Hurricane Lisa

Another challenge facing the school system at this time is the recovery efforts following Hurricane
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San Antonio Village has a new library

The residents of San Antonio Village, Cayo District now have access to a new library.
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Schools are Preparing to Participate in Disability Parade

Belize continues to observe Disability Week to bring awareness to the importance of acceptance and
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BNTU President says more than 200 teachers affected by Hurricane

Teachers still need help in both the recovery of their personal spaces at home and
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The Ministry of Youth and Sports holds the National Youth

Today, the Ministry of Youth and Sports held the first-ever national youth symposium. The event
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The Belmopan City Council treats a dozen kids with diverse-abilities

Today, a dozen children with diverse abilities were given a special treat from the Belmopan
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BCE’s Apples for Kids Charity Fundraiser is Back Again

As the Christmas season rolls around once again, the Belize Camping Experience (BCE) will be
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Independence High School wins Battle of the Drums High School

On Friday, the tenth annual Battle of the Drums High School competition was held in
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Children Parliamentarians Take a Seat in the Chamber

Today the Sitting of the Children’s Parliament was held in Belmopan. Belizean youth from different
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The PUC holds its’ first-ever web development competition

This morning high school students from across the country gathered in Belize City to showcase
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Belmopan Baptist High School celebrates all cultures

Belmopan Baptist High School is today hosting a cultural day celebration under the theme: “All
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St. Matthew’s Anglican in Pomona gifted new school building

The students of St. Matthew’s Anglican School in Pomona Village, Stann Creek have received a
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At-Risk Youth to Undergo Three Month Skill Development Course at

A skills training program to help at-risk youths was launched today. The program is being
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UB Reopens on November 7, 2022

From the office of the President of UB, November 3, 2022
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Preschooler Dies in Traffic Incident

The family of 4-year-old Zayden Villanueva is mourning his death. The preschool student of Georgeville
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UB Students Train in Silage Making

The Ministry of Agriculture this morning held a training session for UB students on Silage
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