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Photograph of Terri-Karelle Reid (centre), UNICEF U-Report Youth Council member Danielle Mullings (left) and National Secondary Schools Council (NSSC) representative Isheba Cornwall (second right), with students at a FLOW Foundation Safer Internet Day event at Merl Grove High School.
Joel Young a student of Little Bay Primary and Infant school with his father Wayne Young a fisherman. going through the weeks lessons. The school is located in Little Bay, a mainly fishing community located in the parish of Westmoreland, the western end of the island of Jamaica on Monday, September 7, 2020. Little bay primary and infant schools is one of the schools which participated in an online course supported by UNICEF – designed to help schools adjust to the new reality as finding its own innovative way to keep children learning since schools were closed in March children have faced obstacles to learning – whether it be access to the internet, or indeed whether their teachers have the necessary skills to provide distance learning. The Virtual Instructional Leadership (VIL) course supported by UNICEF and offered by the National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL) aims to give school leaders the necessary skills to keep children learning despite the pandemic.