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Senator Ming On East End Primary Concerns

Senator Ming On East End Primary Concerns

Following up on her recent column about the matter, Senator Renee Ming has continued to voice her concern over the possible closure of East End Primary School, saying that St. George’s “deserves better.” “The silence of the area representatives is extremely deafening,” Senator Ming said, “We would like to see some... Read more of this article

“Hands-On Experience To Bring Science Alive”

“Hands-On Experience To Bring Science Alive”

The Bermuda Zoological Society [BZS] Schools programme has been given a vote of confidence by the Department of Education, saying the “class provides teachers with a hands-on experience that helps them bring science alive for their students.” All classes offered through the Schools Programme are free to all Bermuda students. A spokesperson... Read more of this article

Opinion: Senator Ming On Plans To Close School

Opinion: Senator Ming On Plans To Close School

[Opinion column written by Senator Renee Ming] St George’s is more to me than the place I live. It is the place where I grew up. It is the place where my family is from and it is where I am raising my children. Some have used St George’s as a political football while displaying neither love nor commitment to the people who, like me, call... Read more of this article

Photos: Alpha Phi Alpha Leadership Breakfast

Photos: Alpha Phi Alpha Leadership Breakfast

The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity held the second Leadership Breakfast today [Mar 20], with almost 100 male high school students attending the event, allowing them to network with various professionals in the areas of technology, business, law, education and medicine.The program began with opening remarks from President Brother Philip Trott, who gave... Read more of this article

Broad Arrow Aims For Quiz Charity Cash

Broad Arrow Aims For Quiz Charity Cash

A Bermuda lodge is to hold a special  quiz night tomorrow [Sat, Mar 21] in aid of three Island charities. Broad Arrow Lodge will host the event at Docksider on Front Street to raise cash for the Women’s Resource Centre, Summerhaven residential home for the physically challenged and the Outward Bound youth adventure programme. Broad Arrow’s Michael... Read more of this article

Argus Donates To North Village Community Club

Argus Donates To North Village Community Club

The Argus Group today [Mar 18] announces its donation to the North Village Community Club, an organisation located in Pembroke that provides competitive sporting and community-based activities. The Argus donation is helping to fund an education centre. Coaching sessions on sport strategy as well as health, nutrition and diet will be offered in the education... Read more of this article

Mar 18: School Reorganization Public Meeting

Mar 18: School Reorganization Public Meeting

The Ministry of Education will host a public meeting regarding public school reorganization on Wednesday, 18 March at CedarBridge Academy. This is the final meeting before the consultation period ends on Friday, 20 March. The Ministry has held meetings with PTAs, principals and teachers to discuss whether there is a need for reorganization of Government... Read more of this article

Premier: Public Service Bursary Award Scheme

Premier: Public Service Bursary Award Scheme

The Government “committed to continue the Public Service Bursary Award Scheme in the 2015/16 fiscal year” which awards scholarships  to Bermudians pursuing post-secondary academic qualifications in a discipline, Premier Michael Dunkley said. “The Bermuda Government is a very unique employer offering career opportunities in a vast... Read more of this article

Preschool Teacher Commended After Collision

Preschool Teacher Commended After Collision

Acting Commissioner of Education Dr Freddie Evans confirmed that nine Warwick Preschool students were travelling on the bus that crashed on East Broadway today [Mar 11], and commended teacher Linnal Simons, who was on the bus with her students and “responded admirably to ensure the safety and protection of her students.” He said that the... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Students Enjoy World Book Day

Photos & Video: Students Enjoy World Book Day

The children at St. George’s Prep were the recipients of several hundred books for the new school library as they recently celebrated reading as part of World Book Day. While the official date of World Book Day was March 5, 2015, the school marked the event on Friday March 6, 2015. The day’s events included performer and teacher Ms. Ruth... Read more of this article


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