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Siri Batta of Spot Bay Primary School and Prenav Anu of Layman E. Scott High School are winners of this year’s Claudette Upton Keeley Public Speaking contest.
The Ministry of Education released a statement on Saturday in response to a new report from the Office of Education Standards, showing that government high schools in the Cayman Islands are well short of where they need to be to meet accepted standards.
New inspection reports on Layman E. Scott High School and Grace Christian Academy show both schools operating at a satisfactory level.
Around 200 people, including schoolchildren, turned out in Cayman Brac Thursday for a celebration of the 60th anniversary of Cayman’s coat of arms.
The Office of Education Standards is holding a series of public meetings to get input on the proposed framework which will be used for inspecting schools.
Layman E. Scott High School is hosting a career fair on Friday, March 23, for all high school students and 40 primary school students in Cayman Brac.
A Spring Weekend youth gathering on Cayman Brac earlier this month brought together a diverse group of young people from the Brac and Grand Cayman.
On Saturday, Feb. 3, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held two volleyball clinics at the Layman E. Scott High School. The players were taken through volleyball basics by the team from the federation.
Five bullets of unknown caliber were found in a bathroom in the Layman E. Scott High School in Cayman Brac Monday evening.
An upcoming visit from the Cayman Islands Astronomy Society will give young stargazers on the Brac a welcome new instrument to scan the heavens.
More than 100 students from all eight high schools in the Cayman Islands competed at the annual Minds Inspired Mathematics Challenge at the University College of the Cayman Islands on April 14 and 15.
The spirit of Christmas was in definitely in abundance on Thursday, Dec. 17, with Cayman Brac’s high school and primary schools’ Christmas concerts delivering a joyful bounty of holiday cheer.
Cayman Brac was alight with music and festive cheer on Monday at the District Administration Building for the Annual Rotary Club of Cayman Brac Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Inspectors were highly critical of teaching standards across Cayman’s schools in a series of damning reports that recommend substantial changes across the islands’ education system.
Two tennis coaches went to Cayman Brac last weekend to drill a keen contingent on the finer points of the sport.
A cry for more wholesome activities for young people on Cayman Brac has pushed the Youth Services Unit into hosting at least one youth event in the Sister Island each year.
The Scholarship Secretariat is hosting an information session in Cayman Brac at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, at Layman E. Scott High School.
Amare Hamilton of George Town Primary placed first among individual spellers in the Royal Bank (Cayman) Spelling Bee, and Gabriella Ritch from Layman E. Scott High School in Cayman Brac took first place in the Lions Club Secondary School Spelling Bee.
A growing number of gifted high school students in the Cayman Islands, including some as young as 13, are being fast tracked through GCSE and CXC exams.
The impact of geographic information on decision making in the Cayman Islands will be the focus of two forums hosted by the Lands and Survey Department.
We hope all of Cayman's students are afforded the opportunity for unlimited and unimpeded success. Their future, and Cayman's future, depend on it.
Cayman Brac students were lauded for their exam success, during a graduation ceremony at Layman E. Scott High School.
The dormant schools inspections unit is being revived in an effort to better monitor performance in Cayman’s education system.
The Lean on Me charity raises $5,000 for a senior center and for a cancer patient in the Brac.
Essay winners announced in the annual Adventures in Citizenship Essay Competition.
Nine local students are certificate winners in Royal Commonwealth Society Essay competition.
The Lean on Me Charity will host a benefit concert on Cayman Brac next month.
Students at John Gray High School will convene their first Save Our Youth Club meeting Friday morning, seeking to give students a greater voice in school administration and problem solving.
Cayman Brac’s Anitha Velusamy is Cayman's new teenage Tourism Ambassador.
Six schools on Grand Cayman and three in Cayman Brac are getting a jump-start on a potential life-saver, thanks to a $20,000 project of the Cayman Heart Fund.
Competition winner explores citizenship
Student David Forbes to represent Cayman in Optimist Oratorical contest in Jamaica.
Over 140 students from the Layman E. Scott High School in Cayman Brac received an introduction to Cayman’s financial services industry in last month.
The Layman E. Scott High School on the Brac has received a boost to its music department/programme.
Cayman Brac student win local oratorical contest and will compete in Jamaica.
Participants of Leadership Cayman 2012 recently had the opportunity to visit Cayman Brac for their 4th seminar titled “Sister Islands Perspective”.
External exam results have improved greatly.