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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.
In the CUC Primary Football League games over the weekend, Sir John A. Cumber Primary and Cayman Prep captured top spots in Group A and Group B, respectively, in the Under-11 division. They will enter the Champions Cup competition on Dec. 3 as No. 1 seeds.
Forty-seven students from Cayman International, St. Ignatius and Triple C schools participated in CIS’s second Cayman Islands Model United Nations Conference to discuss topics on international relations. Model UN is an educational simulation or academic competition where students can learn about diplomacy.
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.
Thousands turned out to observe the annual Tree Lighting ceremony at Camana Bay on Saturday.
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.
Eight young competitors from the Cayman Islands Sailing Club brought home five trophies and medals from the Bahamas Optimist National Regatta held at the Nassau Yacht Club over the weekend of Oct. 1.
Winston Connolly has done it again. The George Town lawmaker’s “Diogenes” gene has re-activated — meaning that Mr. Connolly has gone and said something amazingly honest, with no regard to the political consequences. We admire and applaud him for that.
Get a jump on Halloween by taking part in the Save Our Youth Foundation Monster Dash 5K Walk/Run fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Camana Bay. All participants are encouraged to wear costumes for the family friendly event; the race is open to all, with strollers and kids welcome.
Cayman Water Company recently launched a program to educate students in several schools on island about tap water and the desalination process. The company’s project engineer in business development, Karlene Singh, has made presentations at four schools in George Town and West Bay.
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.
The second year of the Cayman Finance Student Education and Work Experience Programme has concluded after nine weeks of workshops and mentor sessions and a four-week work placement component.
Cayman International School celebrated a milestone last week when it marked 10 years at Camana Bay.
The message from 7th graders at Cayman International School is clear, but simple – don’t lift starfish out of the water.
A squad of newly trained lifeguards from the Cayman International School could be used to help make Cayman’s public beaches safer, their instructor believes.
The Celebrations floral room was extra busy recently, filled with excited chatter and giggles from a group of young Cayman International School students.
Following a tense morning of literary competition, Cayman Prep’s Demi-Gods team emerged as the senior division champions in the annual Battle of the Books reading competition.
Teamwork was a key factor in Cayman’s second annual Destination Imagination tournament held recently at the Cayman International School.
A week before the main Batabano carnival, students donned headdresses, beads and elaborate costumes for the Neverland-themed Junior Batabano parade, Saturday
Aimee Egglishaw, 18, who hails from West Bay, did some creative marketing for Cayman.
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.
Wesleyan Christian Academy took home the championship trophy from Cayman International School’s annual Blue Iguana International Basketball Jamboree as the reigning champions for the fifth year in a row.
A woman who lost a grandson in a road accident spoke to students at Cayman International School last week about road safety.
Cayman food, games, industry and more were the order of the day at Cayman International School’s Cayman Culture Day.
Students from Cayman International School show off the desserts they made during one of the Bon Vivant Budding Chef after-school classes.
The Cayman International School is marking the recent completion of the second planned phase of adding new classrooms and fixtures. A press release states that with a growing student body now surpassing 580, the school was in need of more functional space.
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The 2015/2016 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League playoffs resumed on Saturday, Jan. 9, with the third round of games at the Annex Field following the Christmas break.
The Botanic Park is holding a family fun day on Jan. 24.
The heavy rains that drenched the Annex Field on Saturday did not affect the enthusiasm and excitement of the 2015/2016 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League finals and third-place games.
The current and future plans of the Dart group continued to alter Cayman’s landscape in significant ways in 2015.
More than 150 people turned out for the Arie Smith Football Camp at Camana Bay’s Sports Complex on Dec. 21 to learn some new skills and meet a legend of the game.
Donations of gifts, groceries and cash will help about 600 families this Christmas through the Department of Children and Family Services’ annual Gift Giving program.
Young sailors from Cayman Prep finished the final race of the annual RBC Primary School Sailing Championship in first place to take the trophy on Dec. 11.
Hundreds of Cayman Islands schoolchildren were treated this week to a theater performance of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island” while sitting in cinema seats in Camana Bay.
The second round of games in the 2015/2016 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League playoffs were played Saturday at the Annex Field.
The Cayman Garden Club is once again using its talents and resources to create beautiful gardens in public spaces around Cayman.
The project to widen the southernmost portion of the Esterley Tibbetts Highway to four lanes, which was announced on Nov. 25, is already under way.
The first round of the 2015/2016 CUC Primary Football League and Girls’ Primary Football League playoffs concluded on Saturday at the Annex Field with a number of thrilling match-ups.
Cayman’s schoolchildren joined elders at the Pines Retirement Home last week to decorate trees at the home.
Eleven-year-old Capri Everitt’s mission to raise $1 million for abandoned, destitute and orphaned children will bring her to Grand Cayman on Friday, where she will sing Cayman’s national song as part of a nine-month journey around the world.
Primary school football action concluded its regular season games on Saturday with Cayman Prep, Savannah Primary and Cayman International School respectively topping the Under-9, U-11 boys’ and Girls’ Primary Football League standings. All teams now go into the playoffs.
Cayman’s track athletes are starting their season early. A meet will be held next month, not in the new year as usual.
A netball rally was hosted by Cayman International School last Wednesday at the Arts and Recreational Center.
The Esterley Tibbetts highway will be expanded to four lanes along the full length of the route within the next 18 months after government and developer Dart Realty confirmed they had finalized the outstanding details of the National Roads Authority agreement. The deal also involves the US$14.6 million purchase by the Dart group of the Dragon Bay lands on the North Sound.
Students at Cayman International School celebrated the various countries of the world with its annual ‘International Day’ on Nov. 17.
The welcome rain certainly did not affect the players’ spirits on Saturday, as the CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular seasons continued with the fourth round of play.
It was another busy day of primary school football on Saturday in the CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League.
Athletes can start Halloween early by taking part in the Save Our Youth Foundation inaugural Monster Dash 5K Walk/Run fundraiser this weekend.
The women’s football season kicked off with the Charity Shield over the weekend and the player who most impressed was Sunset’s Martha Hall, whose two goals made all the difference.
It was an exciting day of youth football on Saturday as Cayman’s primary schools battled for bragging rights in the second week of the 2015/16 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular seasons.
The CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League’s regular seasons began Saturday with games at various venues across Grand Cayman.
Cayman Prep set a new school and CUC Primary Football League record by winning their third consecutive Opening Rally title on Saturday.
Primary school kids get their chance to show off their football skills this Saturday.
Vitoria Buttrum, 13, of Bodden Town is the youngest recipient of the Proud of Them award, which she received for her achievements in academics.
If anyone wants to find Matthew “Sticks” Volkwyn, all they have to do is follow his weekly sporting schedule because he is so devoted to getting in his sessions that he rarely misses one.
Students from Cayman International School got a tour of the Marriott Beach Resort and learned about how being bilingual will help in their future careers.
More parents in the Cayman Islands are opting to send their children to private schools, new statistics show. Both the Cayman International School and Triple C have added staff and classrooms after reporting record enrollment figures for the 2015/16 academic year.
There are some exceptional gymnasts emerging from the celebrated Motions Unlimited gym, and Sami Peene shines as brightly as her teammates.
Raegan Rutty is the youngest female member of the Cayman Islands national gymnastics team, yet she performs like the world-class adult she eventually hopes to become.
Eighty teens and young adults have been awarded for their efforts after two years of work in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program.
Dart Cayman Islands, Minds Inspired has selected three young Caymanian scholars for its 2015 high school and university scholarships.
Tameka Cox and Althea Miller are the recipients of a “Pursuit of Excellence” award for the 2014-15 school year.
Gaelic Athletic Association games
Anyone interested in trying out a mini triathlon gets another chance on the next public holiday, the Queen’s birthday.
A roundup of local business briefs.
A bodybuilding rookie amazed herself by entering her first competition and winning the novice competition in Florida over the weekend.
Health City plans to grow its internship program to host 300 students next year.
Cayman’s only field hockey club is hosting its fifth annual tournament this weekend at the Camana Bay sports field. The matches are always played in a great sporting spirit in a fun atmosphere.
Students of Cayman's high schools take part in the Minds Inspired Mathematics Challenge.
Kym Bailey is one of the fastest female road runners in Cayman and at 43 is evidently getting swifter. Although she used to be a good runner at school and college in England she really only got seriously into her running since moving to Cayman a few years ago.
A group of school children are impacting the lives of Haitian children undergoing heart procedures in Cayman.