Smooth going at Princess Margaret

05 May 2015

THE SCHOOL YARD of the Princess Margaret Secondary School was a hive of activity as parents of the children taking the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Entrance Examination hurried their charges to the briefing rooms. Read More


Combermere students return to classroom

04 May 2015

IT IS BACK to school for all students at the Combermere School today. Read More


Principal raps parents’ behaviour

01 May 2015

FREDERICK SMITH Secondary School principal Jefferson Phillips has criticised parents who fail to monitor their children when necessary. Read More


Combermere students at Polytechnic from next week

30 April 2015

FROM NEXT WEEK students in the First to Fourth Form at Combermere School will temporarily be housed at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic (SJPP). Read More


Sir Hilary defends comments

28 April 2015

OUTGOING PRINCIPAL of the University of the West Indies’ Barbados campus Sir Hilary Beckles today defended comments he had made about the impact of the decision to make Barbadian students pay more for their tuition. Read More


‘Right way’

28 April 2015

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OFFICIALS are defending the way they handled the environmental problems that forced the closure of Combermere School, resulting in senior students being relocated to Erdiston Teachers’ Training College. Read More


Mum’s appeal for safe schooling

28 April 2015

THE MOTHER of an 11-year-old Ellerslie Secondary School student who was beaten by a group of seven female students wants measures put in place at the school to ensure the safety of children. Read More


Combermere closed next week for cleaning

24 April 2015

THE MINISTRY of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation has advised that Combermere School will remain closed next week. Read More


Harrison College wins BAOP Speak Off

24 April 2015

HARRISON COLLEGE is the winner of the 2015 Speak Off competition hosted by the Barbados Association of Office Professionals. Read More


Combermere closed this week

22 April 2015

MINISTER of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation Ronald Jones has decided Combermere School will remain closed for the remainder of this week, in order to address environmental concerns. Read More




Should private waste haulers continue their protest against the tipping fee?

Yes – Their livelihoods are at stake.
No – The health of the nation is at stake.
Don’t know.