The students of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College in Basseterre received advanced laptops donated by Dr Kevin Isaac – High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
A brief handing-over ceremony was held at the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday, where HC Isaac expressed his heartfelt thanks to Mr Gurdip Dev Bath for donating the computers.
While thanking Gurdip Bath, the High Commissioner stated that he is grateful to him, “I am very grateful and wish to publicly express heartfelt thanks to Mr Gurdip Dev Bath for donating the computers. His continued support is appreciated.”
The students were grateful for the donation and expressed their appreciation to Dr Kevin Isaac, Dev Bath and the Government of St Kitts and Nevis. They said that the laptops would be a valuable resource for their studies and would help them to achieve their goals.
The donation comes as part of a promise made by the High Commissioner during his visit to the institute in April this year. He had promised to assist the students to secure computer equipment to help them grow their digital footprints to access more advanced educational opportunities.
The donation of laptops to CFBC students is a significant gesture of support from the Government of St Kitts and Nevis. It is a clear indication of the government’s commitment to the education of its citizens and its belief in the power of education to transform lives
The High Commissioner said that laptops will be a valuable resource for students. They will be able to use the laptops to access online resources, complete assignments, and collaborate with other students. The laptops will also help the students to stay connected with their teachers and classmates.
The donation of laptops to CFBC students is a positive development for the education system in St Kitts and Nevis. It will help to ensure that all students have the resources they need to succeed in their studies. The laptops will also help to bridge the digital divide and provide all students with equal opportunities.