To mark the start of the 2021 Hillary school term, the ministry of education in collaboration with various religious denominations hosted one hour of pray for the nation’s children and their teachers amidst the covid 19 pandemic.
As some of the nation’s Children start their first class of the Hillary school term on Monday, they were covered with prayers from various religious leaders.
A Grenville Secondary Student rendered a solo as his contribution toward generating a sense of hope for her peers,’
Some of the school administrators were also engaged in the process through the rendition of poetry by Mrs. Shundalyn Scott of Constantine Methodist School.
The one hour devotional exercise was held under the theme “When we rest on Gods promise, we can let our faith be bigger than our fears.”
Minister for Education Emmalin Minister Pierre says the ministry of education will be addressing many issues that are impacting the education system in light of the challenges brought on by COVID-19.