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Saltus Achieves 100% IGCSE Pass Rate

Saltus Achieves 100% IGCSE Pass Rate

Saltus Grammar School has revealed that the school achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in this year’s IGCSE exams, with 14 students receiving four or more A* grades. A spokesperson said, “The exams were taken by 122 students from grades 10 and 11 and all 122 students passed the exams. Fourteen students received at least four A* grades, with Mahir... Read more of this article

Ah! Tempo After-School Program Returns

Ah! Tempo After-School Program Returns

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, young Bermudian performers were able to take advantage of a celebrated show choir summer performing arts program, where they had their talents stretched and honed by rehearsing and staging an original piece of locally developed musical theatre. After 14 years, the program is now making its return in order to work with... Read more of this article

Ceci Wollmann Finishes 10th Overall in China

Ceci Wollmann Finishes 10th Overall in China

Bermuda’s Ceci Wollmann has concluded competing in the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, recording a 10th place finish in a field consisting of the best young sailors from around the world. Competing in the Byte CII Women’s One Person Dinghy Race, Wollmann started the day in 9th place overall after seven races, andwhen the day ended... Read more of this article

Perinchief Places 8th At Youth Olympics In China

Perinchief Places 8th At Youth Olympics In China

Bermuda’s Jah-Nhai Perinchief finished 8th overall in the high jump at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in China, recording a leap of 2.00m after qualifying for the “A finals” after equaling his personal best in the preliminaries. Danil Lysenko from Russia won the gold with a jump of 2.20m, Yuji Hiramatsu from Japan claimed silver with... Read more of this article

Kyrah Scraders Wins B Finals At Youth Olympics

Kyrah Scraders Wins B Finals At Youth Olympics

Bermuda’s Kyrah Scraders raced to victory in the 800m B Final during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China today [Aug 23] running a season best time of 2:10.66 to finish ahead of Celia Alonso from Spain who clocked 2:11.12 to place second, Ana De Campos Silva from Brazil who finished third in 2:11.27, while athletes from Ukraine, Botswana,... Read more of this article

Scraders, Perinchief Through To Finals In China

Scraders, Perinchief Through To Finals In China

Both Kyrah Scraders and Jah’Nhai Perinchief have qualified for the finals at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China following strong showings in the preliminaries. Kyrah Scraders ran to a third place finish in heat 2 of the 800m, clocking a time of 2:11.27 which saw her qualify for the B final. Meanwhile Jah-Nhai Perinchief equaled his... Read more of this article

First Church Of God To Host Youth Survivor

First Church Of God To Host Youth Survivor

The First Church of God Youth Ministry is getting set to present Bermuda Youth Survivor on September 27, 2014, bringing together youths between the ages of 12 and 18 to compete in a series of events. Working within teams of four, competitors will take part in events such as Need for Speed, Down Hill Walking, Deep Cave Dive, Sand Golf, Mine Field, Crossing... Read more of this article

Tyler Smith Finishes 19th in Youth Olympics

Tyler Smith Finishes 19th in Youth Olympics

Bermuda’s Tyler Smith competed in the triathlon during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, clocking a personal best time of 58.11 on his way to finishing 19th. Smith completed the 750m in a time of 9:48 which was the 24th fastest time, he then clocked 29:32 on the 20K bike course before closing out with a 17:43, 5K run time. Chef-de-Mission... Read more of this article

Jesse Washington Wins Heat In Nanjing, China

Jesse Washington Wins Heat In Nanjing, China

Bermuda’s Jesse Washington took to the pool for the 100m Butterfly during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. Washington set a new Bermuda Age Group Record when he touched the wall first in Heat 1 clocking 59.09. Washington out swam Lalanomen Andrianirina from Madagascar who clocked 1:03.26 and Harris Bandey from Pakistan who clocked... Read more of this article

Shadow Minister Visits Woodwork Camp

Shadow Minister Visits Woodwork Camp

The Woodworks Carpentry Training Centre is hosting a summer programme for students aged 13 and up during June, July and August at their training centre in Southside, St David’s. The camp was run by Mr. Alma Hunt and his partner Mr. Quinton Burrows, and as the summer programme came to its conclusion on Friday, the group had a visit by Shadow Education... Read more of this article


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