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3000 Students Later ‘Dai’ Hermann-Smith Retires

3000 Students Later ‘Dai’ Hermann-Smith Retires

He’s taught about 3,000 students, recovered from a multiple stabbing, and successfully coached school and national hockey teams. Now Dafydd ‘Dai’ Hermann-Smith, 65, is retiring from Saltus Grammar School – where he has worked for the last 34 years. However, he will leave a lasting legacy because he is setting up a needs-based scholarship for... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Celebrate Their Graduation

Saltus Students Celebrate Their Graduation

Premier Michael Dunkley told graduating Saltus Grammar School students to “help build your Island home. Bermuda needs you”. At a packed ceremony at the Anglican Cathedral, 53 students celebrated their graduation and will now head off to universities in Canada, the UK and the US, including University of British Columbia, in Canada, University of... Read more of this article

Premier Dunkley Speaks At Saltus Graduation

Premier Dunkley Speaks At Saltus Graduation

Premier Michael Dunkley spoke to Saltus’s graduating class of 2015 yesterday [June 4], offering inspirational words and recalling his own time at the school by saying, “Saltus helped me grow.” Premier Dunkley said, “Who would have thought 50 years ago, when I entered Saltus Primary, that one day I would be speaking to you tonight... Read more of this article

Inspirational South African Sailor To Speak

Inspirational South African Sailor To Speak

Inspirational speaker Neal Petersen – who overcame disability and racism in South Africa – is to give a talk to students at Saltus Grammar School. “We are delighted that someone of Mr Petersen’s caliber is to speak at the school,” said Head of School Claire Charlemagne. “I am quite sure that he will make a considerable impact on the... Read more of this article

Saltus To Host Memorial Concert On May 28th

Saltus To Host Memorial Concert On May 28th

Saltus Grammar School presents the annual Ruth Henderson Memorial Concert on the Saltus field on Thursday 28th May starting at 5.30pm. There will be performances by their talented student musicians and singers including: Senior Orchestra, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Wind Band, Stringendo, Senior String Ensemble, Junior Orchestra and Jazz Band, Lower Primary... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Raise Over $6,300 For Nepal

Saltus Students Raise Over $6,300 For Nepal

Recently, Saltus students from all three departments participated in a grub day and raised $6,362.64 for the Red Cross’ relief effort in Nepal. Executive Director of the Bermuda Red Cross, Mrs. Ann Spencer-Arscott, accepted the cheque from Head of School, Mrs. Claire Charlemagne, along with student representatives from Lower Primary, Upper Primary... Read more of this article

Saltus Teachers’ Academy Offers Info Session

Saltus Teachers’ Academy Offers Info Session

The Saltus Teachers’ Academy, which aims to offer a range of individualized professional development opportunities for teachers at Saltus and throughout the island, is about to enter its third year. During the 2015-2016 academic year, the Saltus Teachers’ Academy will be hosting two professional development courses: the National Professional Qualification... Read more of this article

Head Of Saltus Resigns, Staunton To Return

Head Of Saltus Resigns, Staunton To Return

Claire Charlemagne has tendered her resignation as Head of School at Saltus and former Saltus Headmaster Ted Staunton, as agreed to return to Saltus [pending approval from the Department of Immigration] to lead them through the transition period and assist with the search process. This was announced in an email to parents recently, which noted that... Read more of this article

Saltus Creative Arts Showcase Set For May 6

Saltus Creative Arts Showcase Set For May 6

Saltus Secondary’s Art and Design Technology Departments are getting set to present a Creative Arts Showcase on Wednesday, May 6 from 6.00pm through 8.00pm at the Secondary Art Gallery on the ground floor of the Gosling Centre. The show will feature art and design technology work done by G.C.S.E. and A.P. students. Related Stories3000... Read more of this article

Over 70 People Clean-Up John Smith’s Bay

Over 70 People Clean-Up John Smith’s Bay

A large group of over 70 people — including Saltus students, their family members and Saltus staff — turned out  on Saturday, 25th April, to clean up John Smith’s Bay as part of Keep Bermuda Beautiful’s “Adopt-A-Spot” initiative. The clean-up was organized by S4 teacher Erika Powell, who said,  “In total we collected the... Read more of this article

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