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Financial Assistance For Saltus Primary Years

Financial Assistance For Saltus Primary Years

With a generous commitment from the Green Family, Saltus announced a new tier of financial assistance this morning, allocating funds to students wishing to enter the Primary School [Foundation Year – Year 6]. “This is a tremendous opportunity for Saltus,” said Director of Enrolment Management Amanda Skinner. “We are so fortunate to be able... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Attend UN Water Conference

Saltus Students Attend UN Water Conference

Eight Saltus students are back in Bermuda after attending a UN conference addressing the need for effective water management in order to avoid a worldwide crisis.SGY 1 students Noa Sadeh, Kennedy Durfy, Ellie Dunleavy, India Paynter, Nuno Rebelo, Scott Gilbertson, Zach Bucher and Ritz Wong, as well as teachers Briley Habib and Erica McArthur were... Read more of this article

Saltus Shavees Raise More Than $100,000

Saltus Shavees Raise More Than $100,000

Saltus shavees have now raised more than $1.5m for research into childhood cancers over the past 12 years. Scores of students – as well as some Moms and Dads – today [March 15] braved the razor to raise more than $100,000 bringing the total the school has raised in the 12 years of taking part in St. Baldrick’s to just over $1.5m. “It’s an... Read more of this article

Saltus To Host Run & Walk On February 3

Saltus To Host Run & Walk On February 3

People are welcome to join a school’s run and walk this weekend. The Saltus Association is holding its annual walk/run on Sunday [Feb 3], starting at 9am at the Saltus Upper Primary Field, on Woodlands Road. There are two routes – a 2k route that goes from Saltus, along Woodlands Road, Dundonald Street, Cedar Avenue, St. Johns Road and back to the... Read more of this article

Students Project Raises Funds For Charities

Students Project Raises Funds For Charities

A school project to design and build a contemporary table is set to raise funds for four charities through a silent auction. Saltus SGY1 Design and Technology students Christian Truran, Owen DeCosta, Jared Souza and Charlie Gravestock were all told to “design a new style of a contemporary table of commercial quality that can be sold [via silent auction]... Read more of this article

Dr Thompson To Host Seminars On Parenting

Dr Thompson To Host Seminars On Parenting

Saltus will welcome back Dr. Michael Thompson, renowned psychologist and co-author of many popular parenting books including New York Best Seller – ‘Raising Cain’ on Tuesday, 29th January 2019. Dr. Thompson has been working with the school since 2017 to provide parents, teachers, and students with tools to aid young people in navigating the... Read more of this article

Students Donate Toys & Cash To Salvation Army

Students Donate Toys & Cash To Salvation Army

More than 100 new toys were donated to The Salvation Army’s Anonymous Santa appeal after a collection organized by Saltus middle and senior school students. The students also raised more than $1,500 from a grub day, including money donated by science technician John Barnes from his winnings from a recent golf tournament.Ann Paynter, Director of... Read more of this article

Child Psychologist Visits Saltus Grammar School

Child Psychologist Visits Saltus Grammar School

Students and parents at Saltus were given insights into how to deal with school pressures during a two-day visit by renowned child psychologist Dr. Michael G. Thompson. Last week, Dr Thompson addressed Saltus staff, followed by a talk to parents on ‘The Pressured Child’ and then gave a series of talks to students on ‘Best friends, worst enemies’,... Read more of this article

CAIS Executive Director Meets With Saltus

CAIS Executive Director Meets With Saltus

Saltus faculty and staff welcomed Patti McDonald, the Executive Director of the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools [CAIS], to Bermuda recently, with Ms. McDonald meeting with Saltus faculty and staff to discuss “trends and disruptors in education yesterday [Nov 22]. A spokesperson said, “According to Ms. McDonald, the most important... Read more of this article

‘Did Engage In Sexually Inappropriate Touching’

‘Did Engage In Sexually Inappropriate Touching’

Saltus School confirmed that its investigation into alumni allegations of inappropriate sexual behaviour on the part of a teacher who left the school 40 years ago has concluded, and it confirmed that the teacher “did engage in sexually inappropriate touching.” “Saltus contracted with T&M Protection Resources, a US-based company... Read more of this article

Saltus Raises $4,000 For Tsunami Appeal

Saltus Raises $4,000 For Tsunami Appeal

There is much to be learned in the act of giving back – this is the philosophy behind the Saltus Service Learning programme. Each year, students at the middle and senior school level are given the chance to lead their own community service initiatives with the support of the school faculty and staff. For 2018-19 Saltus students have chosen the theme... Read more of this article

Football: Saltus Continued Unbeaten Streak

Football: Saltus Continued Unbeaten Streak

The Saltus Grammar School U13 boys continued play in the Canadian Association of Independent Schools football championships in Ontario, Canada. In yesterday’s Championship Division matches Saltus continued their unbeaten streak with 3 victories to advance to the semi-finals on Saturday. In the opening group match up, Saltus edged by Collingwood... Read more of this article

Saltus U13 Win Group At CAIS Championships

Saltus U13 Win Group At CAIS Championships

The Saltus Grammar School began participation in the Canadian Association of Independent Schools U13 boys’ National Football Championships in Ontario, Canada. This year’s event is being hosted by the Holy Trinity School in Richmond Hills, a suburb outside of Toronto. The team had a strong showing on day one as they went undefeated in group play.In... Read more of this article