National training of all Grade 2 teachers on the new curriculum
10,304 Grade 2 teachers and pedagogical advisors are being trained across the country. Delivery of the workshops has been modified to ensure COVID-19 prevention
Progress in the development of the new Year 2 Primary Teacher Education curriculum
With support from Australia and European Union, the Ministry of Education and Sports is developing a new approach to teaching and learning
Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) monitoring the new Primary Teacher Education Curriculum implementation in two focus Teacher Training Colleges (TTC)
The monitoring visits were put on hold during the COVID pandemic when TTCs were temporarily closed but have now resumed
Ministry of Education and Sports, Australia and the European Union discuss the impact of COVID-19 for the Grade 2 and Grade primary curriculum development and implementation
The BEQUAL Technical Meeting was organized as a hybrid online and in-person event in four different locations simultaneously to ensure social distancing, reduce travelling and other COVID-19 prevention measures.
Deliveries of new Grade 2 school materials completed for all 148 districts!
Districts will now liaise with the primary schools to distribute the new textbooks and teacher resource boxes to all Grade 2 schools before the start of the new school year
Ministry of Education and Sports, Australia and European Union gearing up for start of next school year
Australia and European Union continues to support the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) with grade by grade curriculum development and delivery during COVID crisis
New TV teaching-learning program to support primary students during the COVID-19 crisis
The Ministry of Education and Sports immediately launched a new TV/radio teaching program covering the key primary subjects in response to the schools’ closure
New teaching and learning resources for Grade 2 classes
The packing of 9365 Grade 2 teacher resource boxes was finished right in time before the Prime Minister’s order 06 came into effect. The trucks are scheduled to depart after the PiMai holidays to deliver to 148 DESBs for every school in the country.