The Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture will be discussing the topic ‘Protecting Children in Tough Times’ in its next Facebook LIVE session of A Chat with the Community as it seeks to help parents and students through the challenges of change and online learning.
Greetings to everyone at home and abroad. We are giving recognition to the United Nation’s Universal Children’s Day which was established in 1954. This day, designed to celebrate and promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children's welfare is observed every year on November 20th.
The Social Development Department is warning parents and guardians to be vigilant with their children with too much screen time, particularly watching YouTube in light of a suicide game reportedly disguised as innocent children programming.
Acting Head of Family Children and Protective Services, Ms. Laurel Freeman is calling on parents to take precautions to safeguard their children as the Territory prepares for residual impact of hurricane Beryl.