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BHS To Hold Early Years Information Session

BHS To Hold Early Years Information Session

Bermuda High School [BHS] is inviting all parents who are interested in learning more about the Early Years Programme for 2017, or Year 1 entry for 2018, to attend a coffee morning on Tuesday, May 3 or Wednesday, May 4 at 9.30am and 11.00am. A spokesperson said, “You will have the opportunity to meet the Head of Primary, Ms. Tina Harris; receive... Read more of this article

Minister Responds To Infrastructure Concerns

Minister Responds To Infrastructure Concerns

The Minister of Education Wayne Scott today issued a letter to “primary school parents, teachers and principals to underscore the Ministry’s commitment to address infrastructure problems in public school buildings.” In his letter Minister Scott stated, “When I released the SCORE Report in February 2016, I made a commitment to everyone... Read more of this article

Lovitta Foggo: “Education Must Be Top Priority”

Lovitta Foggo: “Education Must Be Top Priority”

“Our students must come first” and “education must be top priority,” Shadow Education Minister Lovitta Foggo said today. Ms Foggo said, “The OBA response to the latest protest from teachers, that they are serious about education and consider it priority, is dubious at best when their actions since 2013 don’t match... Read more of this article

Photos: “Fix Our Schools” Demonstration

Photos: “Fix Our Schools” Demonstration

[Updated] People took to the streets of Hamilton this afternoon [Apr 26] in order to make their voices heard regarding the state of the island’s schools, with a number of people presently visible carrying signs. The signs carried by demonstrators included phrases such as “fix our schools,” “teach for excellence, pray for supplies,”... Read more of this article

Bermuda Students Set For BIOS ROV Challenge

Bermuda Students Set For BIOS ROV Challenge

Twenty-eight teams from nine Bermudian schools and educational organizations will converge on the National Sports Center in Devonshire on Saturday, April 30 for the 2016 MATE Bermuda Regional ROV Challenge. The event begins at 9.00am and is free and open to the public; in the case of inclement weather, the event will be held on Sunday, May 1. The program,... Read more of this article

Photos: CedarBridge Academy Holds Career Fair

Photos: CedarBridge Academy Holds Career Fair

CedarBridge Academy held its annual Vocational Career Fair today [Apr 22] in the school’s gymnasium, with a theme of ‘Own Your Future.’ A spokesperson previously said, “The format for the Vocational Career Fair will allow students to explore career aspirations and assess their life-planning skills. It will also provide them with... Read more of this article

Govt Bursary Available For Surveying Students

Govt Bursary Available For Surveying Students

The Government of Bermuda, as part of their Public Service Bursary Awards Scheme, is offering a bursary for academic year 2016-2017 for an individual wishing to study at an accredited overseas institution to become a surveyor. The bursary, valued at $10,000 per year, can be put towards any of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors [RICS] accredited... Read more of this article

‘Healthy Al, Healthy Me’ Celebration Tomorrow

‘Healthy Al, Healthy Me’ Celebration Tomorrow

The Department for National Drug Control [DNDC] is advising that five preschool/nursery schools will participate in the fourth annual ‘Healthy Al, Healthy Me’ celebration tomorrow [Apr 21], with children from Bermuda, Canada, and the United States set to take part. The aim of the event is to “bring about awareness of the importance... Read more of this article

Impact Mentoring Academy To Host Open House

Impact Mentoring Academy To Host Open House

Impact Mentoring Academy are having their first ever Open House from April 25 to 28th, which will showcase the school’s new location, new programs and curriculum for 2016/2017 academic year, while emphasizing the core values that IMA was founded on. “Several individuals have expressed an interest in the school and we want them to see first... Read more of this article

Library & Minister Presented With Butterfly Book

Library & Minister Presented With Butterfly Book

Ras Mykkal — the author of ‘Bermuda’s Flying Flowers: The Seven Resident Butterflies of Bermuda- — recently presented the Minister of Education Wayne Scott, and the Director of Bermuda National Library Joanne Brangman with books and companion posters. Ras Mykkal and Minister ScottBermuda’s Flying Flowers documents the full life... Read more of this article

Mikhail Nisbett Receives Support To Attend Camp

Mikhail Nisbett Receives Support To Attend Camp

The Bermuda Association of Professional Engineers [BAPE] is supporting Mikhail Nisbett, allowing the young “engineer in the making” to attend a John Hopkins University Academic Explorations Camp this summer. The camp is three weeks long and offers courses on several topics that typically are not part of the standard middle or high school... Read more of this article

BHS To Host Open House On Thursday, April 21

BHS To Host Open House On Thursday, April 21

BHS will host an Open House on Thursday, April 21st for anyone who is interested in learning more about the Primary and Secondary Department at BHS. Tours of the Secondary department will leave from the Queen Elizabeth Hall at 9am and 1:30pm and the tour of Primary will leave at 11:00am. A spokesperson said, “As Bermuda’s first International... Read more of this article

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