Barbados to benefit from Israeli scholarships

22 January 2015

BARBADIANS STAND TO benefit from some 25 scholarships which Israel will soon make available to Small Island Developing States (SIDS). Read More


Trouble brews again with students

22 January 2015

THE saga of the visiting Nigerians continues as the students are up in arms again. Barely a few hours after a Press conference held by executive director of Donna St Hill International, Donna St Hill, who was contracted to facilitate the Delta State Youth Empowerment Programme; deputy governor of Delta... Read More


Disruption delayed

21 January 2015

IT APPEARS AS THOUGH there will be no disruption of school, for this week at least. Read More


St Francis boys heading to Convent eventually

19 January 2015

THE BOYS’ SECONDARY SCHOOL of the Ursuline Convent School (UCS) should be moving home. Read More


Students invited to participate in tourism’s annual speech competition

19 January 2015

STUDENTS AGED 14 to 17, who attend private and public educational institutions, are invited to participate in the Ministry of Tourism’s Annual Speech Competition. Read More


Major Sam Headley Scholarship launched

19 January 2015

NEEDY STUDENTS as well as those who show academic promise will soon benefit from the Major Sam Headley Scholarship Fund which was launched at The Lodge School this morning. Read More


NQF benefits discussed

17 January 2015

WHEN THE PROPOSED National Qualifications Framework (NQF) is implemented, it will facilitate easier access to learning and work opportunities. Read More


School violence ‘unacceptable’

14 January 2015

The two teachers’ unions in Barbados have adopted a zero tolerance to violence in schools. Read More


BCC told to get ready for African students

12 January 2015

Chairman of the Caribbean Pan-African Network, David Comissiong, has called on the Barbados Community College. . . Read More


Town hall meetings on NQF start this week

11 January 2015

THE BARBADOS ACCREDITATION Council (BAC) will hold a series of town hall meetings on the National Qualifications Framework ... Read More



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