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Belize Camping Experience Concludes its Summer Camp

For the past sixteen years, the Belize Camping Experience has been hosting summer camps in communities across Belize City. Youths from across the country are brought together at its headquarters [...]

MOHW & MOE Piloting a Healthy Schools Project

The Director of Health Services Doctor Melissa Diaz-Musa shared details of a Healthy Habits, Healthy Schools, Healthy Belize Project that will be piloted in eighteen schools across the Belize District, [...]

Seventy- four Students Graduate as ITVET’s Class of 2023

Earlier today, a cohort of seventy-four students graduated as the Class of 2023 from the Institute for Technical and Vocational Education and Training.  Since its establishment, ITVET offers demand-driven skills [...]

Fourteen Students Receive 2023 Belize Bank Scholarships

Fourteen students who will be attending high school and sixth form at the start of the new school year were awarded scholarships to institutions of their choice by the Belize [...]

Port Alternative to Violence Program Holds Spelling Bee Contest

It’s the summer break, and to help keep the little ones’ minds sharp, the Department of Youth Services under its Alternative to Violence Program, today held two rounds of a [...]

Y.W.C.A. Concludes 2023 Summer Program for Kids

The Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) in Belize City concluded a four-week summer program for children today. The group of approximately thirty young women was engaged in a number of [...]

Community Oriented Policing Unit Awards High School Scholarships

The Community-Oriented Policing Unit awarded eight scholarships to high school students selected from across Belize City today. The unit chose students who reside in single-parent homes. The recipients are attending [...]

A Competency-Based Approach to Education in Belize

A large portion of our lives are spent acquiring knowledge and developing skills through education.  At the foundation of our academic pursuit is a curriculum. According to the Belize Education [...]

Kriol Language Taught at Y.M.C.A Summer Program

Kriol is one of Belize’s richest cultures that proponents insist we should not only practice but preserve. So it’s in that light that the Young Men’s Christian Association, Y.M.C.A contracted [...]

Y.M.C.A. Students Complete Kriol Program

One of the pillars of the Y.M.C.A. is character development, which promotes the building of good families, and the Kriol culture is a part of who we are. So, the [...]

Coding for Elementary School Student in San Ignacio

Coding or computer programming is the skill utilized to tell a machine which actions to perform and how to complete a task. In San Ignacio, a group of primary school [...]

U.B. Set to Launch Associated Program in Premedical Science

The University of Belize’s Health Science Faculty is launching an Associates Program in Premedical Science in August. The program has been established to prepare students for the rigors of a [...]

Mopan Technical High School Praised for Uniform Transition

Mopan Technical High School has been getting a lot of positive attention on social media for its new uniform design. The school will now be allowing its female students to [...]

Minister of Education Says Itz’at STEAM Academy Will Be Ready for September

The Itz’at STEAM Academy, located on the IT-VET compound in Belize City, is geared to provide lessons in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math – collectively referred to as STEAM [...]

Around 50 Women Complete Basic Entrepreneurship Training in Freetown

Ten days ago, the Freetown Area Representative and his constituency office teamed up with the Taiwan Embassy to offer a basic entrepreneurship program for single women in that area. Today, [...]

National Curriculum Framework for Teacher in August

On the topic of curriculum reform, the Ministry of Education is preparing to engage teachers in extensive and intensive trainings in August. The training will be geared towards delivering an [...]

School-Aged Athletes Stand Better Chances for Sporting Fellowships through M.O.U.

It’s known as BK Sports Group, started in 2018 by brothers, Berisford and Bryton Codd with the goal of helping Belizean athletes with sporting opportunities. This week, the Ministry of [...]

Five Students to Benefit This Year from M.O.U. Signing

According to Codd, the M.O.U. has already provided athletic assistance to five students who are going away this year. But they, and other successful candidates, will need to meet certain [...]

Summer School Season Kicks Off

Growing the Future Projects is back with another summer of learning activities for children this summer.  The annual program took a hiatus for several years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  [...]

Relevant Parties to Revamping of Belizean Studies Curriculum Recognized

This morning, teachers, subject specialists, and agencies that have been involved in the development of the current Belizean Studies curriculum were recognized during a ceremony at the House of Culture [...]

PathLight Scholarships Awarded to New Cohort of Students

Sixty-nine academic scholarships have been awarded to high school, sixth form and undergraduate students across the country, as part of PathLight Belize’s annual financial assistance program.  This morning at UWI’s [...]

Rotary Club of Belize Sunrise Partners with St. John’s Anglican Primary School

Saint John’s Primary School is an Anglican institution that has been serving the community for decades. Today, there was an official launch of a veranda that was installed on one [...]

18 Students Awarded Scholarships to Complete High School

Eighteen students are receiving great news tonight because they will be able to continue their academic journey through high school. It is an initiative that began in August 2022, through [...]

Junior Minister Education Meets to Discuss New Curriculum

High schools in the country’s less fortunate neighborhoods have been taking part in the Ministry of Education’s Upliftment Program. It involves free uniforms, a feeding program and in 2022, the [...]

Principals of the GEMS High Schools Say the New Teaching Method Is Good

So how do the principals of these high schools feel about the new teaching methods? Dawn Watters of Excelsior and Deborah Domingo from Maud Williams High Schools say it has [...]