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Photos: Students ‘Read To Feed’ For TEDS

Photos: Students ‘Read To Feed’ For TEDS

S7 through S9 Saltus students recently participated in The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] “Read to Feed” initiative, collecting a significant amount of non-perishable food for their food bank in Warwick. At the end of the month-long “Read to Feed” campaign, the collection tubs held a wide variety of goods, with students having collected the... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Earn Place In US Universities

Saltus Students Earn Place In US Universities

“Three Saltus Grammar School students and Bermudian sports stars of the future have won places in US universities renowned for their sporting excellence”, according to a school spokesperson. “Tyquann Perinchief has accepted an offer at NCAA DI Appalachian State University [Boone, North Carolina] soccer programme. “Bryce Gonsalves... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Support TEDS Initiative

Saltus Students Support TEDS Initiative

Saltus students from S7 through S9 avidly turned the pages of their books in an effort to collect non-perishable food items for The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] Food Bank. A spokesperson said, “During the month of May, Saltus students from S7 through S9 participated in The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] “Read to Feed” initiative, collecting... Read more of this article

Students ‘Read To Feed’ In Helping Initiative

Students ‘Read To Feed’ In Helping Initiative

What began as a one off initiative at Mount Saint Agnes Academy four years ago is now blossoming into a diverse programme that is being rolled out at other local schools, which promises to be an incredible opportunity for the Eliza DoLittle Society charity. In 2014, Karen Camara had an idea for a non-traditional approach to raising food items and set... Read more of this article

Saltus School Keeps An Eye On The Future

Saltus School Keeps An Eye On The Future

One of the Island’s schools has formed a group dedicated to exploring new innovations in teaching as it strives to keep ahead of change. And as part of those efforts, two Saltus Grammar School teachers have just returned from a conference led by two of the gurus of 21st century teaching. Liz Dowdell, Primary Curriculum Coordinator, and Nicole Chichon,... Read more of this article

Saltus: Record Number Of Girls Take Part In ICT

Saltus: Record Number Of Girls Take Part In ICT

A record number of girls at Saltus Grammar School are taking ICT as a GCSE. It comes as the school marks International Girls in ICT Day, with a series of events to highlight the ability of its female students. “There is a perception that ICT is for boys. That simply is not true and we want to use today to showcase the work of our female students,... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Clean Up John Smith’s Bay

Saltus Students Clean Up John Smith’s Bay

Saltus Grammar School celebrated Earth Day this year with a beach clean up at John Smith’s Bay, collecting the equivalent of 33 bags of regular trash, 18 bags of recyclables plus a few bulky items found on the beach.Anne Hyde, Executive Director of Keep Bermuda Beautiful, “KBB was delighted that Saltus Grammar School celebrated Earth Day this... Read more of this article

BCL Supports Students Sloop Experience

BCL Supports Students Sloop Experience

Bermuda Container Line Ltd are supporting Saltus Grammar School’s Sloop expedition for the 3rd year, with the donation providing students with a hands on maritime learning opportunity outside the classroom. Bermuda Container Line has committed to supporting Saltus’ yearly Sloop expedition through to 2019. Following the student’s voyage aboard... Read more of this article

School Students Discuss Eliminating Racism

School Students Discuss Eliminating Racism

Senior students from Berkeley and Saltus joined forces for an initiative to highlight the need to work towards the elimination of racial discrimination. The Berkeley Institute and Saltus Grammar School held a joint session as part of Imagine Bermuda’s involvement with the UNESCO’s Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, which is being... Read more of this article

Photos: Saltus Raises $270K For St Baldrick’s

Photos: Saltus Raises $270K For St Baldrick’s

Students, staff and parents at Saltus Grammar School have raised more than $270,000 for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation bringing the total they have raised over the years to more than $1.27 million, and according to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation website, the amount raised makes Saltus the fourth biggest fundraiser.“Outstanding, simply amazing,”... Read more of this article

Saltus Staff & Students Gear Up For St Baldrick’s

Saltus Staff & Students Gear Up For St Baldrick’s

Almost $190,000 has already been pledged to scores of Saltus Grammar School students having their heads shaved for St. Baldrick’s. On Friday [March 17] more than 120 students and staff will take part in the event, which raises money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation for research into childhood cancer. And as well raising money, some pupils, staff... Read more of this article

New Head Visits Saltus Prior To Starting Role

New Head Visits Saltus Prior To Starting Role

The new Head of Saltus Grammar School, Deryn Lavell, has paid a visit to the Island prior to starting her role in September. Ms Lavell said one of the reasons for wanting the job was the chance to follow in the footsteps of the current Head, Ted Staunton. “Being able to follow Ted, who I know from Canada, and to build on his legacy at Saltus is a... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Discuss Migration At Conference

Saltus Students Discuss Migration At Conference

Students from Saltus Grammar School got a taste of life at the United Nations when they took part in a conference about migration. Head of Geography, Briley Habib said: “I and Head of Design and Technology, Phillip Heap, attended the UNIS-UN conference programme with 11 SGY1 students.“The theme was ‘Migration, Crossing the Line’ and students... Read more of this article

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