Seventy students received certificates and other prizes as tokens of appreciation for sharing their Irma and Maria hurricane experiences.
Seventy students will receive certificates and other prizes as a token of appreciation for sharing their Irma and Maria hurricane experiences.
Secretary General of the BVI National Commission for UNESCO, Dr. Allison Flax-Archer recently visited students at the Bregado Flax and Robinson O’Neal Primary Schools on Virgin Gorda.
The public is asked to note that services have resumed at the Magistrate’s Court in John’s Hole and also at Student Services and the UNESCO Offices located in the Ward Building.
Students from the Joyce Samuel Primary School are pictured receiving copies of Dr. Richard Georges, ‘Make Us All Islands’ poetry collection to commemorate World Poetry Day.
At a time when the challenges we face – from climate change, inequality and poverty to violent extremism – seem so steep, the words of the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow give us hope.
The BVI’s young scientists are once again competing for top prizes at this Friday’s observance of UNESCO’s World Science Day for Peace and Development.
Teachers and students were encouraged to write and teach poetry in observance of World Poetry Day today, March 21.
The British Virgin Islands has established a local committee for the Memory of the World programme, an international initiative launched to preserve the documentary heritage of the world and to improve access to it.
This Friday’s observance of UNESCO’s World Science Day for Peace and Development will showcase careers in science.