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Savannah MLA Anthony Eden and retired teacher Mary ‘Molly’ Farrell were honoured on Friday for their contribution to the Theoline McCoy Primary School.
When Janet Dixon’s daughter was entering Year 3 at Bodden Town Primary, she had already been assessed by the Department of Education Services as having special education needs. The department recommended she receive additional help.
The 2018 CUC Primary Football League and CUC Girls’ Primary Football League semifinals concluded Saturday at the Annex Field in the Under 9 and Under 11 Champions and Consolation Cups.
Police Constable Clifford Garcia, Sergeant Cornelius Pompey and other RCIPS officers joined residents of Hopewell Drive, off Will T Drive, to launch the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme on Saturday.
Bodden Town and Savannah primary schools have both made largely satisfactory progress in meeting recommendations made by school inspectors following a series of surveys during the 2014-2015 school year.
Bodden Town Primary School held an awards ceremony Wednesday for students moving on to higher classes in September.
More than 40 students in Bodden Town Primary Year 6 class are in engaged in learning traditional arts.
Voices were in tune and spirits were high as dozens of choir students at Bodden Town Primary School prepared for their turn in the National Children’s Festival of the Arts spotlight at the school on Wednesday morning.
Students at Bodden Town Primary School were treated to some good old hand-clapping, finger-snapping, foot-stomping music during assembly Wednesday morning.More than 100 youngsters gathered in the school’s assembly hall to enjoy the performance.
Facing brisk northwesterly winds and threatening skies, the young stars in the 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League left it all on the field as they competed for a top-four spot in the respective divisions and a place in the semifinals.
The first round of the CUC Primary Football League and Girls’ Primary Football League playoffs concluded on Saturday at the Annex field with a number of thrilling matches, organizers said in a press release.
The only two undefeated Under-11 schools in Group A of the CUC Primary Football League, Sir John A. Cumber and Savannah Primary, played to a draw on Saturday at Bodden Town Primary’s field.
St. Ignatius Prep traveled to West Bay on Saturday to take on the undefeated Sir John A. Cumber Primary Under-11 boys, while the unbeaten St. Ignatius Prep Under-9s looked to keep their streak going.
More than 300 people took part in the annual Breeze Fusion 5K over the weekend and raised thousands of dollars for two local schools and the National Council of Voluntary Organisations.
Sir John A. Cumber Primary remains undefeated in the 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League and Girls League with Group A wins over George Town Primary on Oct. 15 at the West Bay Town Hall field.
In the CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular season openers at various venues on Saturday, Oct. 8, Cayman International School had wins over George Town Primary in the Under-9, Under-11 and Girls divisions.
Bodden Town Primary School students are currently honing their talents and practicing hard to stage a free concert later this month.
Budding young artists from both government and private schools were asked to call on their creative muse and submit up to two of their best visual arts pieces for selection in a recent nationwide competition for 6 to 18 year-olds.
On a recent morning, Bodden Town Primary students were very excited to find out how Silly Sally got to dance a jig with a pig, to learn all about a mouse named Meg and to find out how spilled milk changes into a rabbit.
A new four-lane track is now under construction at the Bodden Town Primary School.
Parents are encouraged to bring their kids to a morning of fun and games at the Bodden Town public library this weekend.