Charlestown-Nevis- The activities for Child month 2016 are already in full swing. The month was officially launched by Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education, Hon. Vance Amory, who stressed on the importance of parents teaching proper values to their children.

“As parents, our children learn their life lessons from us. Sometimes, what we teach them will be conscious and explicit.  At other times, they will learn by observing how we behave, the language we use and the way we respond to a situation, a person or group of people.


As they mature, our children will understand what our values are and overtime they will develop a value system of their own.  As Proverbs 22:6 says: Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it,” he said.

The teachers, students and parents of the little ones are in for a hectic month of activities:

June 1st to 30th-Tag sale and promotion

June 5th –Child month Service-Each center will attend a church in their community. The V & J’s Preschool will worship at the Gingerland Seventh Day Adventist church on Saturday 4th June.

June 10th-The grand parade and T-shirt day in Nevis. The parade will commence at the Nevis Cultural Center and culminate at the ET Willet Park.

June 16th –Variety Concert at the Nevis Cultural Complex, commencing at 5.30 pm.

June 17th-Bake sale with a twist. This will be held on the sidewalk next to the Solomon Arcade and the Digicel office.

June 24th-Parade and T-shirt day in St.Kitts

July 1st-Staff retreat for all early childhood workers


Mrs. Florence Smithen is the Education officer responsible for Early Childhood Development on Nevis.

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