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St Kitts: Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew has donated laptops to the students of Cayon High School. The school is a part of the PM’s parliamentary constituency. He has been supporting the institution and monitoring its development diligently.

He has also visited the establishment for various events and supported their several initiatives. Recently, he led a team of education stakeholders to the school and presented laptops to the students and teachers.

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He announced that the donation of the laptops was a part of the government’s One-to-One Laptop Programme. The Cayon High students and teachers were extremely happy to receive the devices.

The laptops will make the learning and teaching experiences of the recipients easy and more enjoyable. With this piece of technology, the students can learn in a more immersive and enjoyable manner.

On the other hand, teachers can also plan their lessons more creatively, to impart better learning opportunities to their students. The prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis has shared some glimpses from his trip to the school premises.

He was happy to provide the youngsters of Cayon High School with the gadgets. The Prime Minister visited the school on November 23, 2023.

He shared that the laptops, which were presented to parents, come fully loaded with educational tools and software. The gadgets are equipped to meet the curriculum requirements of the students.

Meanwhile, the parents of the Cayon High School students also received a carry bag for the laptop. The people of St kitts and Nevis have appreciated Dr Terrance Drew for taking the time to visit the school in his constituency.

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Some people claim that the Labour Government is making important investments in the youth of St Kitts and Nevis. Social media users appreciated the government for their good quality donations for the students

The social media users hoped that the students will take good care of the gadgets and make the best of the opportunities the government provides them.

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