A new aquaponics plant has been built at Bermuda College to teach students how to live a more sustainable life.
The solar-powered system, which combines growing plants in water and the breeding of fish in tanks, was built by part-time...
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- Thursday Jan 17, 2019 8:00 am
A social-media expert is to discuss cyberbullying and inappropriate online behaviour at a talk tonight.
Deana Puccio, a...
- Jan 16, 2019 8:00 am
Barriers to the success of public school pupils must be swept aside, the new head of the education board said yesterday.
- Jan 15, 2019 8:00 am
A ground-breaking ceremony for an $11 million technology centre has been celebrated at Bermuda High School.
- Jan 14, 2019 8:00 am
Berkeley Institute pupils have been given counselling after the death of 15-year-old schoolmate Kiara Paiva, it was revealed...
- Jan 10, 2019 8:00 am
A former head teacher at Saltus Grammar School has died in England.
Roy Haygarth, who was 87, led Saltus between 1969...
- Jan 5, 2019 8:00 am
A date for the first new style report cards for public school- children is still up in the air, the education minister...
- Jan 4, 2019 8:00 am
Teachers were offered an apology yesterday for a failure of support and communication over the introduction of a new...
- Jan 3, 2019 8:00 am
The Bermuda Education Network will hold a Chinese new year celebration at its Outstanding Teacher Awards ceremony next...
- Jan 2, 2019 8:00 am
Public school pupils will return to school one day late in January so that teachers can be trained on the new standards-based...
- Dec 21, 2018 8:00 am
Children at a Southampton primary school have raised more than $500 to help a preschool damaged in a fire.
- Dec 20, 2018 8:00 am
- New head of primary at BHS
- Group lobbies support for classroom supplies
- Autistic pupils still in temporary classroom
- No report cards for students until January
- Simmons calls for a ‘meeting of the minds’
- Schools get cash boost from Green family
- Residents back teachers on sick-out
- Sick-outs a last resort, teacher declares
- Young Achiever: Ethan honours family name
- Education crisis: mass sickout staged
- Education crisis: teachers’ grading rebellion
- Education crisis: Simmons back in hot seat
- Rabain promises training for teachers
- Schools get $240,000 for charity work
- West Pembroke teachers return to classroom
- Child psychologist visits Saltus
- Teachers call in sick at West Pembroke
- Head teachers continue work-to-rule
- CedarBridge’s The Wiz premieres tonight
- Union: teachers have ‘just had enough’
- Merits of higher education championed
- Medical student earns scholarship
- Senator seeks answers on education reform
- College to host transfer pathways fair
- Simons: Private sector could boost education
- Dare to be different, Berkeley students told
- Teachers ‘stressed’ by new grading system
- West Pembroke staff launch work-to-rule
- New school bus is smiles better
- Botanical Society hands out scholarship
- New five year plan for college
- Student, 15, wants teens to talk
- Scheme aims to create ‘college-going’ culture
- Abolition of middle schools more long-term
- BHS sweep board in National Debate Tournament
- Care Learning to hold tag day on Thursday
- Dellwood school closed for today
- Youngster overcoming learning challenges
- Care Learning Centre graduates eight
- Teen debaters set for national championships
Police name fatal crash victim
Dame Jennifer backs Mary Prince Day
William Zuill brand buckles up for success
Charity helps to reintegrate women prisoners
Man ‘critical’ after being hit by car
Hola from a digital nomad in Panama
Solar-power system is biggest in Hamilton
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