Well done, Farley

02 March 2015

RETIRED PRINCIPAL Matthew Farley was under watch for just over five years. The man who evoked much public debate over his stance on a strict dress code, was also closely monitored by his employer. Read More


VIDEO: Presentation to Grantley Adams Memorial

01 March 2015

ELDORADO GOLD BARBADOS makes a donation of $20 000 to Grantley Adams Memorial School. Read More


Tours for prospective SJPP students

28 February 2015

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS of the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP) will have an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the programmes on offer by the campus next month. Read More


Combermere reopens after odour concern

26 February 2015

SCHOOL RESUMES at Combermere this morning following the early closure yesterday. Minister of Education Ronald Jones told the DAILY NATION that the smell, which affected students and staff at the Waterford, St Michael school, is believed to have come from a property upwind of the institution, and was... Read More


Grantley Adams masonry students constructing labs

25 February 2015

STUDENTS AT Grantley Adams Memorial Secondary School are playing an active role in advancing their own education and improving their surroundings. Read More


Classes cancelled at Combermere

25 February 2015

CLASSES AT THE Combermere School have been cancelled for the day as officials continue to investigate a smell on the compound. Read More


Suspected gas leak at Combermere

25 February 2015

A SUSPECTED GAS LEAK at the Combermere School in Waterford, St Michael has seen the entire student body and staff evacuated to the playing field closest to the Shooting Range. Read More


TRIBUTE: Sir Roy Marshall

23 February 2015

I KNEW HIM WELL before I ever met him. Read More


Ministry ‘reviewing’ the list

21 February 2015

IT IS NOT a rumour. There is a list from the Personnel Administration Department (PAD) with teachers to be appointed to the system, which is currently being reviewed at the Ministry of Education. Read More


Bursaries ‘too late’

19 February 2015

GOVERNMENT’S allocation of $3 million for bursaries for Barbadian students enrolled at the University of the West Indies (UWI) may have come a little too late, says president of the Guild of Students, Damani Parris. Read More



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