REOPENING OF LONG BAY HIGH CLEMENT HOWELL HIGH AND ENID CAPRON PRIMARY

first_imgIanthe Pratt PrimaryProvidencialesGrades 4 and 5 to join Grade 6 Clement Howell HighProvidencialesForms 4 and 5 Eliza Simons Primary Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, October 10, 2017 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Education appreciates the understanding that parents and the general public demonstrated over the past few weeks as we worked out the logistics for the resumption of school since the passage of hurricanes Irma and Maria.   As previously mentioned, our priority was to get the senior students at both the primary and high school levels back to school as quickly as possible.   While this is so, the Ministry is keen to ensure that students resume classes in conditions that are safe and healthy –  free from mold and other hazards.   To this end, the Ministry of Education has partnered with the Public Works Department and the Environmental Health Department and we are pleased to announce the reopening of the following schools and for the following students with effect from, Tuesday, 10th October 2017: Long Bay HighProvidencialesForms 1 and 2 H. J. Robinson HighGrand TurkForms 1 to 5 Grand TurkInfant 1 to Grade 6 at the Ona Glinton Primary SchoolIsland/locationForms or Grades Enid Capron PrimaryProvidencialesGrades 4, 5 and 6center_img Ona Glinton PrimaryGrand TurkInfant 1 to Grade 6 The Ministry of Education commits to continue updating you via further announcements in the coming days, as we work together to return our students to a state of normalcy. The Public is hereby reminded of the reopening of the following schools: SchoolIsland/locationForms or Grades Oseta Jolly PrimaryProvidencialesGrades 4 to 6 at the Gustavus Lightbourne Sports ComplexGrades 2 and 3 at the Edward Gartland Youth Centre Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Believe it Washing dishes reduces stress

first_imgIf a look at the piling dishes in the kitchen sink after a long day gives you a headache, just take a deep breath and plunge into action. New research has found that washing dishes with full concentration may calm the mind and reduce your stress.The study looked at whether washing dishes could be used as an informal contemplative practice that promotes a positive state of mindfulness —a meditative method of focusing attention on the emotions and thoughts of the present moment. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“I was particularly interested in how the mundane activities in life could be used to promote a mindful state and, thus, increase overall sense of well-being,” said one of the study’s authors Adam Hanley from Florida State University in the US.“We hypothesised that, relative to a control condition, participants receiving mindful dishwashing instruction would evidence greater state mindfulness, attentional awareness, and positive affect, as well as reduce negative affect and lead to overestimations of time spent dishwashing,” the researchers said. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAfter conducting a study with 51 students, the researchers found that mindful dishwashers — those who focused on the smell of the soap, the warmth of the water, the feel of the dishes — reported a decrease in nervousness by 27 percent and an increase in mental inspiration by 25 percent. The control group, on the other hand, did not experience any benefits. Implications for these findings are diverse and suggest that mindfulness as well as positive affect could be cultivated through intentionally engaging in a broad range of activities, said the study was published in the journal Mindfulness.last_img read more