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Florida-based Trini donates tablets to St Agnes - Trinidad and Tobago Newsday
Florida-based Trini donates tablets to St Agnes - Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

Florida-based Trini donates tablets to St Agnes - Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

AS the Ministry of Education continues its collaboration with corporate TT in an attempt to ensure that no child is left offline, individuals too have been stepping forward to do their part. Students at the St Agnes’ Anglican School in St James were the recipients of ten new Amazon Fire HD eight-i...

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Send the a message via messenger and type join. It starts a survey, complete the survey.
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Good Morning,
Please note that there will be no packages for collection today as the copier is not working. Administration is working on the issue. As soon as packages are ready you will be notified. However,packages can be dropped off for correction.

Photo packages for the SEA Class of 2020 can be paid for today. Please make an effort to do so.

Thank you for your cooperation.


Collection and drop off of packages for ALL levels are on a Wednesday of each week between the hours of 10:30 am to 4:00pm.
Please act accordingly


CLASS OF 2020 Please!! Packages can be PAID for and collected today Friday 16th Oct as well as on Monday and Wednesday of next week...

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Notice for the SEA CLASS of 2020!
Photo packages can be paid for and collected today (Wednesday 9th September) between 10 am to 2 pm

Please make an effort to collect as the company needs to be paid. They were delivered on time.

S.E.A class of 2020... take note

S.E.A class of 2020... take note

SEA 2020 Request for Review and Transfer Forms now available on the MOE website. See the following link for information:


Congratulations to the S.E.A class of 2020.
Your new chapter is here!! Go forth and continue to shine!!!

Dr. Nyan Dolly

Dr. Nyan Dolly

Tune into Channel 4 for new Educational Programming from Ministry of Education - TT each week. #MOE #EducationAtWork


Notice for the SEA CLASS of 2020!
Photo packages can be paid for and collected today (Wednesday 9th September) between 10 am to 2 pm

Please make an effort to collect as the company needs to be paid. They were delivered on time.

Dr. Nyan Dolly

Dr. Nyan Dolly

It's the day before school starts for approximately 70% of our students. New term; new experiences- but the age old principles still apply. #NewNormal #Education2020

Ministry of Education - TT

Ministry of Education - TT

ECCE Activity Pack! Available in your Sunday Guardian Newspaper!

Please take note.

Please take note.


Dear Parents /Guardians,
We are in the process of contacting parents with the phone contacts given. Unfortunately some are unreachable because numbers may have changed ,out of service number etc.
Please if you have not yet been contacted inbox your contact and gmail account where possible.
Thank you for your cooperation as we are preparing for a way forward.

Fb Managment Team

Please take note

Please take note

New School Year, New Normal.Tune in for Educational Programming  Visit for...
Orientation Week 2020 β€’ Ministry of Education

New School Year, New Normal.

Tune in for Educational Programming

Visit for Resources.

#MoEduTT #NewSchoolTerm #EducationatWork #NoChildLeftBehind

See videos below: Address by Minister of Education on the Start of the Virtual School Term Adapting to Challenging Situations: Strategies for Adjusting and Adapting to change. Adapting to Challenging Situations: Planned and Unplanned Changes. Managing Stress and Anxiety (All Forms). Conversations wi...


Dear Parents/ Guardians,
This week Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th is dedicated to planning. Parents/Guardians can expect to be informed of online timetables and programmes at the end of that period as outlined in the document posted by the Minister of Education last Friday .

Please be guided accordingly.


Main Points re Opeational Guidelines for Term I 2020/21 as outlined at this morning's MOE Press Conference:

1. The School Term will run from Sept 1st to Dec 11th, 2020.
2. Schools will be open but students are not required to be physically present for classes until further advised
3. Teachers are expected to deliver the curriculum to students remotely
4. Sept 1st -4th will be dedicated to new student orientation, teacher orientation and planning activities.
5. September 7th -14th is carded for student orientation, parent orientation, learning resource preparation, and further planning activities if required. Schools may also begin teaching and learning activities during this time. However- all schools should be engaged in teaching and learning by September 14th.
6. There will be 2 categories of students- those who can participate in the online environment, and those who cannot.
7. Teachers are free to engage Category 1 using the guidelines provided for online instruction by the MOE (training in online teaching has been provided by the MOE). For Category 2 students, teachers should provide printed packages of learning materials for collection at schools at least once weekly. Corrected assignments etc should also be sent back to students by this mechanism.
8. The resources of the school will be available to teachers for teaching purpose. School buildings should be open to teachers who want to access wifi or printing services. However, work from home arrangements should be approved by principals once delivery is not impacted.
9. Channels 4 &16 have been assigned to the MOE to run instructional material exclusively. A schedule will be published. This is a further student, parent and teacher resource.
10. Discussions to provide General Education radio features are also underway; content for modern languages is also intended to be created.
11. A weekly pullout in the print media targeting the ECCE and Infant year activities will be available to parents.
12. Parents will be expected to ensure that their children are engaged in the teaching and learning exercise by maintaining contact with teachers.
13. The School Feeding program will be modified- 500 lunches per day will be delivered to MP Offices from Sept 7th to allow for distribution throughout the community to children who require this service.
14. No final exams will be set. Teachers will use continuous assessment for grading purposes.


The Honourable Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, Minister of Education will host a News Conference today, Friday 28th August, 2020 at 8:30am at Education Towers #5, St Vincent, Street, Port of Spain.

Minister Gadsby –Dolly will share with citizens plans for the reopening of schools for the new school term.

The News Conference will be streamed LIVE here on Facebook.

Please tune in!!

Dr. Nyan Dolly

Please be guided!!

New Academic Year on Track to Start in September, 2020.

The Ministry of Education, guided by the Ministry of Health, continues preparations for the start of
the new academic year 2020-2021. Due to the circumstances surrounding the spread of COVID -19, teaching and learning for Term 1, which stretches from
September to December, 2020; will be implemented remotely. The preparations of the MOE previous to the announcement of further critical preventative measures on August 15th, 2020, centered around
the design of a blended learning experience- a mix of face-to-face and virtual classes; however, in
light of the present circumstances, no face-to-face interaction is possible. Therefore the emphasis has shifted to the design of curriculum delivery methods using soley digital and traditional platforms, ensuring that no learner is left behind.
The Ministry of Education, in an effort to ensure that the interests of all stakeholders are considered in
the design of Term I 2020/21, will meet with various stakeholder bodies on Wednesday, 26th August,
2020. Cognizant of the fact that all students do not have access to the online environment, the meeting
will refine varying approaches to reaching students and ensuring effective delivery and engagement.
On Friday, 28th August, 2020, specific details of the operational and curriculum guidelines for Term I
2020/21 will be communicated to the public at a media conference. The Ministry of Education remains committed to fulfilling its mandate of quality, accessible
and equitable education for all citizens.


*Each one help one*

Many schools are looking at going online for September. Members of the public are complaining that a lack of access for some means they will be left behind, which is true. The thing is though, should nobody move forward because a small percentage is without access?
Those of you who can help, please reach out to a teacher or even parents in your community and assist them.

1.Donate an old laptop/tablet you don’t use.
2. Technicians, offer your services to repair devices. (Sometime a device is discarded when it can be repaired at a minimal cost).
3. Open your wifi so a neighbour without internet has access.
4. Offer to print work from a teacher for a child without access.
5. Help a parent who is not tech savvy to prepare their child for online.

Help each other.

NOBODY asked for covid19 to be here.

Many people are being irresponsible and putting the children at risk, but kids who are left behind are not at fault.

We can all do our part, whether you are financially able or not, a simple effort to check in on someone else is an act of kindness that goes a long way.

Please share or copy and paste.



Booklists for 2nd year infants to Std 5 will be ready for collection on Wednesday 22nd July,2020 between the hours of 9 am to 2 pm .

Reminders for entering the compound:
*Dress appropriately
*wear a mask.

Parents, please take note.Booklist information will be posted soon.

Parents, please take note.
Booklist information will be posted soon.


Dear Parents/Guardians,

Please note that the Infant Registration 2020 continues at St. Agnes Anglican Primary School.

Application forms are to be returned by Wednesday 1st July,2020 at the guard booth
between the hours of *8:30 am - 1:00pm*

Please ensure that your email address and a working contact number are written on the application form. This will be used to give you a response by *Friday 10th July, 2020.*

Stay Safe.

Please note!!

Please note!!

Please encourage your children to  keep reading. Here is a fun way they may enjoy doing so.

Please encourage your children to keep reading. Here is a fun way they may enjoy doing so.

Good day parents, The MOE has launched the School Learning Management System where resources are being collected and col...
School Learning Management System

Good day parents,
The MOE has launched the School Learning Management System where resources are being collected and collated and made available from ECCE to Cape access through create an account to access subject items from the ministry for our children. Continue to be safe. Blessings

To create an account: Select the "New Account" button on the login page.Once you confirm your account - you can self-enroll in any available course.To login as a guest using the login form, use the following username and password: Username: moeguest Password: password

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Those parents/Guardians in need during this time.

Those parents/Guardians in need during this time.

The Ministry of Social Development and Family Services has established a call centre for information on the Social Support Measures for COVID -19.

Please see attached for further and additional information.

#covid19response #keepsafeT&T #flattenthecurve


Notice for Infant one parents/guardians,
*Allow your child to continue reading in their current text. *Review sight words and letter sounds.
*Search for related activites from the page posted "The After School Club".
Infant one teachers :)

The After School Club

Blessed Morning,
Here,you can get printable work for all levels.

The After School Club offers classes for all level students in the primary level


Clarence Street, St. James, Trinidad
Saint James




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