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Harbour Sees Bright Future For Swimming

Harbour Sees Bright Future For Swimming

Over the last two weeks, Harbour Swim Club swimmers have seen great success at both the Validus National Championships held this past weekend at the National Aquatics Center as well as the Schroder’s Long Course Age Group Championships held May 3 -7. A spokesperson said, “Harbour coaches are excited about the pipeline of talented swimmers in... Read more of this article

Video: Nova Mas Kiddie Carnival Costumes

Video: Nova Mas Kiddie Carnival Costumes

Leading up to the upcoming Bermuda Heroes Weekend next month, the Bermuda Kiddie Carnival will be held on Sunday, June 3rd. People’s on Church Street and Victoria Street today [May 20] showcased some costumes available for Bermuda Kiddie Carnival from Nova Mas International that include the Lil’ L’Mara, Lil’ Zazu or Lil’ Soleil sections.... Read more of this article

Photos: Kaleidoscope Arts Annual Jamboree

Photos: Kaleidoscope Arts Annual Jamboree

The Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation [KAF] hosted their sixth annual Kaleidoscopic Jamboree fundraiser yesterday [May 12] at their premises on Jubilee Road in Devonshire. The event helps to support the Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation and their important Creative Minds curriculum enrichment program in Bermuda’s public Pre and Primary Schools. Guests were... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Kids Duathlon On Front Street

Photos & Video: Kids Duathlon On Front Street

Bermuda’s school children showcased their athletic skills at last night’s TMR Kid’s Duathlon on Front Street, with the island’s young athletes racing as their family and friends cheered them on. The TMR Kids Duathlon was held the evening before Bermuda hosts the World Triathlon Series, and the children competed on part of the very... Read more of this article

McGinger Comic: Electronics Vs Sport

McGinger Comic: Electronics Vs Sport

[Written by McGinger Design Lab] In the eighth of a new comic series from McGinger Design Lab, McGinger notes that McGinger didn’t notice that over 200 kids signed up for the duathlon tonight. His point is that children are only interested in electronics and outdoor sport is old fashioned and will disappear soon. Well, Doggie is happy to prove... Read more of this article

Cooper Raises Concerns About Sentence

Cooper Raises Concerns About Sentence

“We must ask whether this sentence truly reflect the value that we place on the welfare and safety of our children,” Coalition for the Protection of Children Chair Sheelagh Cooper said after a father was given a suspended prison sentence for dropping his baby out of a second-storey window. Last week Anthony Davis was sentenced to nine months... Read more of this article

BAEYC To Hold ‘Week Of Young Child’ Events

BAEYC To Hold ‘Week Of Young Child’ Events

The Bermuda Association for the Education of Young Children [BAEYC] is inviting teachers, caregivers, parents and guardians of preschool, primary, Government and private schools, nurseries and day care centers to participate in their annual celebrations of The Week of the Young Child, with the theme “Embracing Our Golden Gems With Our Future Leaders.” Schedule... Read more of this article

Photos/Video: Preschool Cultural Fashion Show

Photos/Video: Preschool Cultural Fashion Show

[Updated with photos] The Heritage Nursery and Preschool is holding their Cultural Fashion Show this afternoon [April 12] and you can tune in live below to watch the preschoolers model their outfits representing nations from around the world. In describing the event, a spokesperson said, “Our students have been studying countries from around the... Read more of this article

Cricket Board Easter Camp Prizes Presented

Cricket Board Easter Camp Prizes Presented

On Friday, President of the Bermuda Cricket Board [BCB] Lloyd Smith, congratulated and recognized players with outstanding performances during the BCB Easter Camp. Brianna Ray, studying in the UK on a cricket scholarship, was on hand to assist with the presentation. This year the BCB Easter Camp, sponsored by Chubb, was fully subscribed with thirty-one... Read more of this article

ConnecTech Tackles The Gender Gap In Tech

ConnecTech Tackles The Gender Gap In Tech

ConnecTech’s first Django Girls coding camp concluded on Friday [April 6] with a showcase at the tech incubator’s purpose-built space on Cedar Avenue in Hamilton. A dozen girls from Bermuda’s public school system attended the one-week camp funded by Hamilton Insurance Group, a Bermuda-based insurer and reinsurer leveraging data science and analytics... Read more of this article

Video & Photos: MP Ming’s Easter Egg Hunt

Video & Photos: MP Ming’s Easter Egg Hunt

MP Renee Ming, Dame Jennifer Smith and the members of PLP C#1 Branch held their 12th annual Easter egg hunt this afternoon [March 31] at East End Primary School. The event included an appearance by the Easter Bunny, egg hunts, games, refreshments, races, food, a candy bar, party bags and more. Premier David Burt attended the event with with his children,... Read more of this article

Photos: Gilbert Institute Easter Hat Parade

Photos: Gilbert Institute Easter Hat Parade

The Gilbert Institute held their Easter Hat Parade this morning [March 29], with each participant receiving a treat from the PTA. A spokesperson said, “The Gilbert Institute PTA were happy to once again put on a Easter Hat Parade during this morning’s assembly. Hats off to all students [parents included] and teachers who took part and showed off... Read more of this article

59 Primary Students Earn Coding Certificates

59 Primary Students Earn Coding Certificates

ConnecTech, Hamilton Insurance Group and the Ministry of Education have celebrated dozens of primary school students who completed a ten-week pilot programme in basic coding. Students at nine public primary schools attended lunchtime sessions from January this year until mid-March, completing a curriculum created by the tech incubator that included... Read more of this article