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Educator Retiring After 31 Years Of Teaching

Educator Retiring After 31 Years Of Teaching

After 31 years of teaching at Saltus Grammar School, Alan Boardman has finally decided to call it a day and retire. Throughout his time at Saltus he has taught maths, and also coached the school football and cricket teams. Alan Boardman receiving a long service award from Saltus Head of School Ted StauntonHe has also had his fair share of experiences... Read more of this article

Prefects Teach The Importance Of Acceptance

Prefects Teach The Importance Of Acceptance

Prefects at Saltus Grammar School took time out of their studies to stand in as teachers to help educate younger students on the importance of accepting others. As part of the school year’s theme of ‘diversity and acceptance’, the prefects organized a Diversity Day for middle and upper school students.“Workshops – designed and organised... Read more of this article

Saltus To Present ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Saltus To Present ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Saltus Grammar School is getting set to present a production of William Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ from February 1 to 4 at 7.00pm each evening at Alumni Hall on St. John’s Road in Hamilton. Ticket cost $25 for adults and $10 for students and are available from the school shop on Woodlands Road, via email at shop@saltus.bm,... Read more of this article

Green Family Offering Saltus Scholarship

Green Family Offering Saltus Scholarship

The Green family is funding a new scholarship for students applying to Saltus Grammar School, with the scholarship to be awarded every other year to an applicant who is Bermudian, in Primary 6, and in need of financial support. The Green family will fund 80 per cent of tuition for seven years, starting in S7 [M1] through graduation SGY2 [S4]. The scholarship... Read more of this article

Saltus Provides Donation To Salvation Army

Saltus Provides Donation To Salvation Army

The Saltus Grammar School Secondary department recently presented a cheque and toys to the Salvation Army in support of their Christmas program. In all, the donation included $1,328.26 and approximately 200 toys. The donation joins other support received by the Salvation Army from the island’s schools, with both Harrington Sound Primary school... Read more of this article

Sail Designs Win Top Marks From Softbank CEO

Sail Designs Win Top Marks From Softbank CEO

Students at Saltus Grammar School were given top marks by the CEO of America’s Cup team, SoftBank Team Japan after coming up with new designs for sails. As part a graphic design project incorporating the America’s Cup theme, Design Technology Teacher Patrick Mahon asked S7 DT students to redesign the graphics for the AC45 sails. Students were told... Read more of this article

Students Develop Ad Campaign To Raise Funds

Students Develop Ad Campaign To Raise Funds

A video in support of breast cancer awareness has helped fund the refurbishment of a school fitness suite. Under the banner of ‘Saltus Knight Media Company’, students in the Media Department at Saltus Grammar School developed an ad campaign – which included the video – designed to get more students involved island-wide in the annual... Read more of this article

Saltus Excels At Canadian Football Tournament

Saltus Excels At Canadian Football Tournament

The boy’s football team at Saltus Grammar School have returned from Canada victorious after winning the Plate final in a major schools’ tournament. It was the best standing Saltus has achieved in the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools annual tournament, after taking part since 2012. Their top scorer was Tyquann Perinchief, aged 17, who netted... Read more of this article

Saltus Adjusts Hours Due To Hurricane Nicole

Saltus Adjusts Hours Due To Hurricane Nicole

Saltus Grammar School will close early tomorrow [Oct 12] and will not be open on Thursday [Oct 13] or Friday [Oct 14] due to Hurricane Nicole. A spokesperson said, “The school will close in a staggered manner tomorrow to prevent – as much as possible – traffic congestion at the St. John’s Rd campus. “Pick-up times are as follows:FY... Read more of this article

250 People To Visit For Girls Football Tournament

250 People To Visit For Girls Football Tournament

More than 250 visitors are set to come to Bermuda when Saltus Grammar School hosts a girls’ football tournament, the school said today, Saltus is a member of the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools [CAIS] – an organization that develops and promotes educational excellence in independent schools through a rigorous accreditation process. Deputy... Read more of this article

Saltus Set To Host Lower Primary Open Houses

Saltus Set To Host Lower Primary Open Houses

Saltus Grammar School is getting set to host two open houses on its premises, with tours of the school’s Lower Primary Department on Wednesday, September 28. The first open house will take place from 9.00am through 11.00am, while the second will be held from 5.30pm through 7.00pm. The event poster says, “From 9.00am to 11.00am, we invite you to... Read more of this article

Three Bermudians Teaching At School In China

Three Bermudians Teaching At School In China

Three Bermudians are now teaching in China after grabbing a chance to gain new experience working overseas. Alex Godfrey and Kelsey Pichery have joined follow Bermudian Emily Chadderton to work at Dulwich International High School in Suzhou, China. Also joining Ms Chadderton is Cameron Kuebler, who studied in Bermuda for four years. All are former... Read more of this article

Video: Saltus Holds 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

Video: Saltus Holds 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

This morning, Saltus Grammar School remembered those who perished in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, including Saltus alumni Boyd A. Gatton [1962-2001] and Robert D. W. Higley II [1971-2001], as well as Bermudian Rhondelle Tankard.Deputy Head Jon Beard, who taught Mr Gatton, said: “The terrorist attack on... Read more of this article