Tag: Bermudian children

Imagine Bermuda To Provide ‘Khan’ Overview

Imagine Bermuda To Provide ‘Khan’ Overview

Community group Imagine Bermuda, an organization that facilitates public education on a free resource to empower students, teachers and parents globally, is inviting the public to attend a meeting intended to provide an overview of Khan Academy. A spokesperson said, “In this era of change, a society is best served when it fosters the release of... Read more of this article

Photos: School House Nursery “Mini Ag Show”

Photos: School House Nursery “Mini Ag Show”

In advance of this year’s Agricultural Exhibition, pre-schoolers at the School House Nursery on Brighton Hill Road in Devonshire hosted their own “Mini Ag Show.” The “Mini Ag Show” included the making of various arts & crafts, vegetable critters, baked goods, fruits and vegetables, Bermuda kites, and visits from pets... Read more of this article

Students Completing BHI Life Skills Program

Students Completing BHI Life Skills Program

Children island-wide enrolled in Bermuda Hospitality Institute’s “Hospitality Skills = Life Skills” program will be celebrating the completion of the course with a special final lesson on dining and etiquette, hosted at various hospitality businesses around the island. A spokesperson said, “Final lessons have started today, with... Read more of this article

Students Graduate From Anti-Gang Programme

Students Graduate From Anti-Gang Programme

Last Thursday [Apr 17], the Minister of National Security Michael Dunkley attended Victor Scott and Prospect Primary for the first G.R.E.A.T. [Gang Resistance Education And Training] graduations. This past January, Minister Dunkley provided an update on the initiative which is a youth awareness educational programme aimed at addressing violent crime... Read more of this article

Photos: Children Enjoy East End Kite Giveaway

Photos: Children Enjoy East End Kite Giveaway

Hundreds of free kites were handed out when the OBA East-End Representatives hosted their Easter Community Event on Wednesday [Apr 16] at the east end of Kindley Field Road. East end MPs Nandi Outerbridge, Kenneth Bascome and Suzann Roberts-Holshouser were on hand to distribute free kites as well as interact with their young constituents.As parents... Read more of this article

Video & Photos: Northlands Primary Egg Drop

Video & Photos: Northlands Primary Egg Drop

[Updated] Northlands Primary School held their annual egg drop competition yesterday [Apr 17], with students having an Easter-themed science lesson which involved making contraptions to enable their egg to survive a drop from a fire truck. The Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service provided their Bronto bucket truck to drop the eggs. All of the student’s... Read more of this article

CellOne ‘Birdies’ To Take Flight For KiteFest

CellOne ‘Birdies’ To Take Flight For KiteFest

CellOne said they have taken to the streets with their custom made, free kites to ensure Bermuda is prepared ahead of this year’s KiteFest at Horseshoe Bay on Good Friday. Somerset Primary and St. David’s Primary Schools Receiving CellOne Kite Donation“A common challenge at this time of year is for families to find quality time to build kites.... Read more of this article

KiteFest To Include Children’s Colouring Contest

KiteFest To Include Children’s Colouring Contest

The Good Friday KiteFest is set to take place on April 18, bringing children together for a variety of events, including a kite colouring contest for children up to 12 years old. A Chewstick spokesperson said, “It’s time for Bermuda’s youth to get creative with a fun coloring competition at Bermuda’s Good Friday KiteFest. Kids up to 12 years... Read more of this article

“Barnyard Bash” To Be Held This Saturday

“Barnyard Bash” To Be Held This Saturday

Prospect Primary School is getting set to host its Barnyard Bash on Saturday, April 19, with all proceeds going to support the Bermuda Autism Support and Education [BASE] group. April is Autism Awareness month and Prospect Primary is one of a few local primary schools that have autism classrooms. With local charity BASE, a supporter of those classrooms,... Read more of this article

West Pembroke Primary Opens Sensory Garden

West Pembroke Primary Opens Sensory Garden

Junior Minister of Education Leah Scott yesterday [Apr 15] helped to open a unique Sensory Garden created by the ASD Department at West Pembroke Primary School. A spokesperson said, “The students and their teachers, Miss Freda Trimm and Miss Zola French, worked for several months along with volunteers to complete the project located in the courtyard... Read more of this article


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