Let's Catch Up Summer Camp 2023

What is this about?
This project seeks to mitigate the impact of the learning loss caused by the closure of schools in Belize during the COVID-19 pandemic. The learning gap for students between the ages of 5 and 9 must be addressed, particularly in literacy and numeracy. A solid foundation in these areas is critical to ensure their success in the future. Students must be able to read, write, and comprehend at or beyond their grade level.
How will we do it?
Thirty schools across the country will be used as Learning Centers for this summer camp. Each Learning Center will have 4 rooms set for students, and each classroom will have the capacity to hold a maximum of 20 students. It is anticipated that approximately 2,400 students — almost 7% of the in-school population of the 5 to 9 age group — will benefit from the in-class interactions at the Learning Centers. Each classroom will be provided with a Learning Tool Kit, to ensure that resources and manipulatives are on hand for the students and teachers.
The program is designed around a 4 week cycle. Upon completion of the cycle, all learning materials for this program will be hosted on the Ministry’s 501academy YouTube channel and website.
This program will target students in the Infant 1 to Standard 3 group. The average age for students in this group ranges from 5 to 9. Evaluations indicate that the educational development of this group of students is the most affected by the disruptions to schools caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Learning Centres


St. John Vianney RC

St. Martin de Porres

Hattieville Government

Caye Caulker RC Primary

New Horizon SDA


Mount Carmel Primary

Sacred Heart RC

United Evergreen Primary


Santa Clara/San Roman RC

Mary Hill RC

Corozal Methodist


Orange Walk

Louisiana Government

San Estevan RC

San Jose Government

Stann Creek

 Our Lady of Bella Vista RC

Independence Primary

Sacred Heart RC 


Little Flower RC

San Luis Rey RC

St. Benedict RC