Students urged to go after their passion

13 July 2015

GRADUATING STUDENTS of Harrison College have been urged to pursue what they love and help those they can. Read More


Too many children not in ‘right environment’

13 July 2015

TOO MANY CHILDREN are being forced to grow up in environments that make it difficult for them to dream of proper career choices. Read More


‘Keep away from negative things’

04 July 2015

BARBADIAN YOUTH have been admonished by a senior police officer about using cellular phones for “negative things”. Read More


GG: Stick to the books

04 July 2015

STUDENTS HAVE BEEN URGED to make much of their education, given the amount of money that is being spent on it. Read More


‘Keep believing and keep moving’

30 June 2015

KEEP MOVING. That was the advice from featured speaker Angela Gilkes to both the graduating class of the Erdiston Special School and their parents last Thursday. Read More


Evening of inspiring messages

30 June 2015

IT WAS SUPPOSED to be a graduation ceremony. Instead, it was an evening of inspiring messages and a celebration of appreciation for teachers, parents and graduands. Read More


Classmates weep for Abijah

30 June 2015

ABIJAH HOLDER-PHILLIPS’ classmates are still coming to terms with his untimely death. Read More


Devotions ‘a must’ in schools

30 June 2015

TWO MEMBERS OF GOVERNMENT have given their backing to spiritual devotions remaining in all Barbadian schools. Read More


School to donate award in Shemar’s honour

28 June 2015

THIS TIME LAST YEAR, Shemar Weekes was the child who was identified as the one who “made it against the odds”. Read More


Joy turns to sorrow for Abijah’s schoolmates

28 June 2015

PHOTOS OF FUN-FILLED LAST DAYS at primary school turned into a memorial for 11-year-old Abijah Holder yesterday. Read More


Springer’s success story

22 June 2015

With over 50 years of “academic excellence”, Springer Memorial must be recognised as more than an athletics school. Read More


Rethink on cellphone ban

20 June 2015

GOVERNMENT’s OUTRIGHT ban on children using cellphones at school might end next September. But Minister of Education Ronald Jones, who indicated this yesterday, said it didn’t mean that students would be allowed to take out their cellphones in the classroom and make... Read More


Gun at school?

17 June 2015

AN INVESTIGATION has been launched into pictures showing students from a secondary school with a gun. Read More


VIDEO: George Griffith on parenting and sex education

13 June 2015

FORMER HEAD of the Barbados Family Planning Association George Griffith recently spoke to parents about a range of issues affecting teenagers, and the importance of sex education. Read More


Clubs plant trees at Blackman and Gollop Primary

06 June 2015

IN A FEW WEEKS, the roundabout at Blackman and Gollop Primary School will look quite different. Read More


Chalky Mount Primary moving to temporary locations

06 June 2015

THE MINISTRY of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that due to structural issues at Chalky Mount Primary School, St Andrew, the school will be closed on Monday and Tuesday. Read More


Wesley Hall hailed for its Heroes

04 June 2015

PREVIOUS HEADMASTERS of Wesley Hall Junior School were hailed yesterday for their efforts that produced three of Barbados’ National Heroes. Read More


Sir Hilary: Education the way to rebuild economies

31 May 2015

VICE CHANCELLOR of the University of the West Indies Sir Hilary Beckles has renewed his call for a university graduate in every household in the Caribbean. Read More


June 8 return to Combermere

28 May 2015

THE ALL-CLEAR has been given and officials are moving to return Combermere students back to their Waterford, St Michael home on June 8. Read More


Combermere study ‘must be priority’

27 May 2015

REPORTED CASES of cancer at Combermere School should not be dismissed or taken lightly. Read More


Inniss queries major cost of Sir Hilary’s installation

18 May 2015

The amount of money the University of the West Indies is spending on the “coronation” of “king Hilary” is of tremendous concern to Minister of Commerce Donville Inniss. Read More




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