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Law firm staff help raise $10,000 for local charities

Employees at Conyers, Dill and Pearman have donated $10,000 to charity through the law firm’s employee of the quarter program.

Students welcome heritage arts in new school year

Year 6 students in government schools are continuing to learn traditions that were once a way of life to Caymanians.

Poor teaching blamed for school failures

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.

Community emergency team sought for Prospect

Residents of the Prospect community may soon have their own Certified Emergency Response Team to help prepare for and respond to potential disasters in their neighborhood.

Schools take part in Battle of the Books

Prospect Primary School’s Mighty Meerkats and John Gray High School’s Jeopardizing Jaguars students are the champions of Lera Parchment Battle of the Books competition.

Pan competition shows Cayman's talent

Residents witnessed another round of steel pan talent as students showcased their skills at a packed Mary Miller Memorial Hall on Wednesday evening.

John Gray's 'recycled' tree wins prize

Students of John Gray High School have been awarded the prize for the best decorated tree at the Cayfest Red Sky at Night festival.

Primary students win regional storybook competition

Ellie Nickason, 10, Diamond White, 9 and Zara Garafolo, 9, were 10 chosen from students throughout the Caribbean in Rotary’s regional 7020 Butterfly Storybook competition.

 

Federation wants added protection for children

Global netball wants to place added focus on kids.

Netters march on

Cayman Islands netball is starting its new season in style.

Opening parade to provide colorful start to new season

Local netball is about to showcase its flair for pageantry.

Cayman school kids’ book ending to aid Kenyan school

Prospect Primary School students took part in creating a children's fictional book to help build a school in Kenya.

Fifteen spellers compete for top spot

Fifiteen spellers will compete for top spot in Cayman 2013 National Spelling Bee finals on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Students head back to schools next week

The Ministry of Education and the Departmetn of Education Services releases dates for new and returning students to government schools for 2013/2014 academic year.

John A. Cumber thanks Burke for her maiden effort

Sir John A. Cumber Primary School were crowned the LIME sponsored Primary Schools Cricket Champions 2013 before a small but really appreciative crowd at the Smith Road Oval.

Training for 
hurricane volunteers

Training sessions for hurricane shelter volunteers will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday at Prospect Primary School Hall.

Greenies have lots to drink to

Heavy rains played havoc with the local season last weekend causing the cancellation of all matches in primary schools, men and women leagues. Interestingly, it was a welcome break as Cayman senior cricketers have been at it from January and the charge for championship honours is now set to begin.

School registration under way

Registration for government schools is under way in the Cayman Islands.

Long, tense night ahead for GT candidates

Across George Town candidates were settling in for a long, tense night of waiting and watching as the vote count got under way this evening.

Nannies taught how to teach

Prospect Primary is teaching nannies how to teach.

Former Dolphins tout football, health, education with camp

If the favourable reception to the raucous pep rallies serve as any indication, attendance should be high during the two-day Miami Dolphins children’s football camp set for July in Grand Cayman.

Prospect pleased with school title

Prospect Primary School is still on a high after its latest triumph.

Oratorical contest: Optimism abounds for Forbes

Student David Forbes to represent Cayman in Optimist Oratorical contest in Jamaica.

Diversity celebrated

Diversity was celebrated at the Prospect Primary last weekend.

Lee whittles down Glasgow squad

Cayman’s best youth talent is ready to storm Scotland.

Summer reading challenge results

The summer of 2012 marked a first for the Cayman Islands Public Library Service with the launching of a six-week reading challenge for children designed to keep them reading throughout the summer to maintain and improve reading skills.

Three car mash-up in Prospect

Update: Two people are being treated in hospital following a vehicle accident in the Prospect area Friday morning.

Two injured in Prospect smash

Update: Two people are being treated in hospital following a vehicle accident in the Prospect area Friday morning.

Referendum Day

Update 5.30pm: Voters participating in the referendum breached the 8,000 turnout mark following a tally released at 5pm.

Where to vote for ‘One Man One Vote’

Find out where you will cast your ballot for the referendum.

Cayman youngsters off to New York

Eight Caymanian youngsters are off to see New York state as part of the Fresh Air Fund scheme.

Voters lists posted

The voters list in effect for the 18 July referendum is now availalbe for inspection in both electronic and printed forms.

Students get certificates for cultural involvement

Grand Cayman primary school students learn about cultural heritage through Cayman Traditional Arts program.

Caribbean Guides enjoy Cayman

Seventy-five Caribbean Girls Guides delegates visit Cayman

Oratorical contest Brac student competes in Jamaica

Cayman Brac student win local oratorical contest and will compete in Jamaica.

Red Bay can paint GT red

Smarting from their unexpected defeat by Sir John A. Cumber Primary School last year the 2010 Champions of Primary School Track & Field and led by Coach Anthony Chin, Red Bay were in no mood to be runners up at this year’s championships.

Governors Cup winners announced

Ten schools particpated in the Governors Cup art competition, which was part of the [email protected] event

Make your way to Prospect

Get ready for a concert at Prospect.

Students get practical insight into the regular working world

Prospect Primary students learn about the work field during a Careers Day Exhibition.

Nothing but honey for spelling winners

It’s all about the bragging rights as annual spelling bees brought out the best of the best from Cayman’s primary and secondary schools.

Schools seeking fitness

Local schools are getting a new take on healthy living.

Business in brief

Business in brief.

Court: Car pushed into pond

Chief Magistrate Margaret Ramsay-Hale concluded from the evidence that Sara Denise Jackson had pushed her car into a pond and then attempted to obtain$21,000 from her insurance company.

Annual student spelling bee scheduled for next week

The schedule is set for the Lions Club of Grand Cayman annual spelling bee competition.

Business in brief

Business in brief

Primary schools get upgrades

Education Minister Rolston Anglin said the upgrades are part of his ministry’s strategic plan to further develop Cayman’s education product.

Hurricane shelter managers needed

Shelter Operations needs shelter managers to run the hurricane shelters.

Volunteers help school

Digicel visited Prospect Primary on Wednesday to lend their Helping Hands.

Fundraiser nets $2,000 for Anna reward

Anna Evans' family is determined to find out what happened to her.

Students highlight heritage

Prospect Primary students learn what Cayman was like long before their time at their Heritage Day celebration.

Can you spell w-i-n-n-e-r-s?

Three pupils scored perfect scores to win joint first place in this year's primary school spelling bee final.

Allena has optimistic outlook

Sailing national championships review.

Primary schools mark UN Day

Students at Prospect Primary celebrated United Nations day with a special school assembly.

Students learn about nutrition

Caribbean Wellness Day celebrated by Cayman students.

School lunch programme benefits from donation

Both opposition party legislators and Cayman’s lone independent lawmaker expressed disappointment Friday that Premier McKeeva Bush had not more fully addressed crime issues during his budget address last week.

Shelter managers get training

The Shelter Operations sub-committee of Hazard Management Cayman Islands held two-day shelter managers training sessions last week at Prospect Primary School.

Celebrating International Day

Students at Prospect Primary School celebrate International Day by hosting an Easter around- the-world get-together during assembly.

Burglars strike Prospect school

Prospect Primary School was hit by burglars between the late night hours of Saturday and early Monday morning.

Prep find extra puff

The primary division in the 2009 RBC School Sailing Championship was won by a team of sailors from Cayman Prep.

Heritage hats on display at Prospect School

Prospect Primary School took on a Cayman yesteryear theme last Friday in celebration of George Town Heritage Day.

Mid-term fair, loads of fun

Christina's mid-term Family Fun Fair provided loads of thrills, spills and flips for both young and old last Saturday.

Hurricane shelter managers sought

Training session starts tonight

Kids love bulletman

Many parents and teachers from Savannah and Prospect Primary Schools were impressed with the response to the FAST Cats seminars children attended.

Update: Cayman Votes

Cayman Islands voters appeared to slacken the pace around mid-day as vote counts started slowing slightly from what was seen Wednesday morning.

Voters asked to check locations

All voters are reminded to check the location of the polling division and station they should attend on to cast their ballots in the tomorrow's general elections and referendum.

Junior Batabano parade celebrates kids

Impressing the crowds with their moves, costumes and smiles, local children from across Grand Cayman took to the streets of George Town last Saturday to get into the spirit of Carnival in the Junior Batabano parade.

Schools participate

Eleven junior masquerade groups hit the streets this Saturday, 25 April, for the annual Junior Batabano street parade.

A trip down memory lane

It was all about embracing their cultural heritage when Leading Edge students recently took a trip down memory lane.

Prospect Primary celebrates heritage

Quadrille dancing and thatching were two of many cultural traditions highlighted at Prospect Primary School Heritage Day on Thursday.

John Gray receives Excellence in Education award

dms Organization Ltd. awarded its annual Joanna Clarke Excellence in Education award to John Gray High School last Wednesday night at an awards ceremony hosted at the Ritz-Carlton's Blue restaurant.

Shelters open 8am Friday

All 16 hurricane shelters on Grand Cayman will open at 8am Friday, with total room for just over 4,000 people. Officials are urging people to arrive early and to bring three-day's worth of food, water, medicines and other essential supplies.

Hurricane shelters are open

All 16 hurricane shelters on Grand Cayman will open at 8am, with total room for just over 4,000 people. Officials are urging people to arrive early and to bring three-day's worth of food, water, medicines and other essential supplies.

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