Tag: Saltus Grammar School

Saltus Teachers’ Academy Information Session

Saltus Teachers’ Academy Information Session

One of the goals of Saltus Grammar School’s Strategic Plan of 2012 was to provide world-class professional development opportunities for educators in Bermuda, especially in leadership. A spokesperson said, “The Saltus Teachers’ Academy is getting set to hold an information session for those interested in the available courses, or in a Masters... Read more of this article

Saltus To Present ‘Our Country’s Good’ Play

Saltus To Present ‘Our Country’s Good’ Play

The Saltus Grammar School production this year is ‘Our Country’s Good’ by Timberlake Wertenbaker and it will be held in Alumni Hall in the Saltus Secondary Department, February 26th-28th. It is an Olivier Award winning play described as being about “a very dark period in British history”. A spokesperson said, “We hope... Read more of this article

Photos: $240,000 Donated In “Dollars For Hours”

Photos: $240,000 Donated In “Dollars For Hours”

[Updated with video] Eight local schools received $30,000 each at the culmination of PartnerRe Ltd.’s successful Dollars for Hours project that pairs student volunteers with local charities on community projects. At an event hosted this evening [Dec 16] by PartnerRe to celebrate and showcase the students’ achievements, PartnerRe’s President and... Read more of this article

Saltus Brings Christmas Cheer To Motorists

Saltus Brings Christmas Cheer To Motorists

Morning commuters were able to get into the festive spirit on Tuesday morning as student musicians from Saltus Grammar School, directed by Head of Performing Arts Mrs. Lisa Maule, played Christmas music for morning commuters along East Broadway. Decked out in Santa hats, with the odd Reindeer antlers, the students played a variety of holiday tunes to... Read more of this article

Saltus Presents Free “Carols For All” Concert

Saltus Presents Free “Carols For All” Concert

Saltus Grammar School is getting set to host “Carols for All,” a holiday-themed concert to be held on Friday, November 28 at 7.30pm at St. John’s Church. Admission is free for all. Related PostsStayin’ Alive To Perform At Bermuda Festival Upcoming: Ruth Henderson Memorial Concert Evening with Bill: BMDS To Honour Bill Duncan Cahow... Read more of this article

Teachers’ Academy Off To A Successful Start

Teachers’ Academy Off To A Successful Start

Thirteen educational leaders from Bermuda’s schools embarked on a professional learning journey together last Thursday [Nov 13] as the Saltus Teachers’ Academy launched the second cohort of Leadership Development. Nine participants from the Berkeley Institute, Warwick Academy, Bermuda High School and Saltus started their National Professional... Read more of this article

Saltus Launches ‘Saltus Teachers Academy”

Saltus Launches ‘Saltus Teachers Academy”

Saltus Grammar School has launched the ‘Saltus Teachers Academy’, saying that in the “increasingly competitive field of education Saltus recognized the need for world-class professional development for their faculty.” A spokesperson said, “Their teachers, both Bermudian and expatriate, needed opportunities to develop their skills... Read more of this article

BISA Formed By Independent School Heads

BISA Formed By Independent School Heads

At their meeting on September 22, 2014, the Heads of the Independent Schools in Bermuda formally agreed upon the formation of a new organization to be known as the Bermuda Independent Schools Association [BISA]. Linda Parker – Bermuda High School, Maggie McCorkell – Warwick Academy, Dr. Lois Tucker – Bermuda Institute, Peter Harding... Read more of this article

All Govt Schools To Close At 1.30pm On Thurs

All Govt Schools To Close At 1.30pm On Thurs

BHS, Saltus, MSA, Warwick Academy, Somersfield Academy, Bermuda Institute and Berkeley Institute will all be closed on Thursday [Oct 16] and Friday [Oct 17], while the other Government schools will close at 1.30pm on Thursday. Bermuda College will close at 1pm on Thurday. As we are forecast to be getting battered by hurricane force winds on Friday,... Read more of this article

Hurricane Threat Affects Football Tournament

Hurricane Threat Affects Football Tournament

[Updated] The threat of approaching Hurricane Gonzalo has forced some changes to the upcoming Canadian Accredited Independent Schools [CAIS] football tournament, scheduled to start on Thursday [Oct 16]. Organisers will hold a truncated tournament starting tomorrow [Oct 15] and end on Thursday evening. Games will be played throughout the day and the... Read more of this article


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