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Red Bay Primary raises funds for Alzheimer’s group

The final count is in – Red Bay Primary School students have raised more than $1,000 for the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Association of the...

Investigation launched into alleged misconduct at Red Bay Primary

An investigation is being conducted into alleged misconduct by staff at Red Bay Primary School towards the school's students.

Red Bay Primary School contact tracing returns negative results

Contact tracing from the recent Red Bay Primary School COVID-19 scare shows all negative contact tracing results.

No COVID-19 cases detected in weekend tests

There were no positive results for COVID-19 among the 620 samples analysed since government’s press conference on Saturday, 11 Oct.

Dr. Lee: Red Bay COVID-19 case requires further investigation

A Red Bay Primary School student who tested positive for COVID-19 produced “weakly positive” results, said Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Lee on Friday afternoon.

School hours back to normal

Local school hours have been readjusted to return to regularly scheduled times, Infrastructure Minister Joey Hew has said.

Red Bay Primary students hold virtual leaving ceremony

Zoom was called into action to provide the platform for the Red Bay Primary virtual school-leaving ceremony last week.

Artificial playfields planned for primary schools

Government is planning to build a number of new football fields and playfields at primary schools throughout Grand Cayman.

​​Boys’ Primary Football League Opening Rally set for Saturday

With the girls successfully kicking-off the new primary school football competition this past Saturday, the boys now take centre stage.

Public school teachers get pay increase

The real pay increase for teachers will come next year.

EDITORIAL – Positive marks for new school inspections regime

Education officials appear to be delivering on their promise to evaluate thoroughly government schools’ performance and to make their findings public.

Education in string theory

British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason held a music workshop on Friday for students from John Gray High School, Clifton Hunter High School, Red Bay Primary School and Triple C School.

Wreathed in smiles

Red Bay Primary School Year 6 students show off traditional Christmas wreaths.

Red Bay Primary’s library gets a makeover

Volunteers from the Prospect Community Group picked up their cleaning supplies and paint brushes over the weekend to give the Red Bay Primary School library a face lift in time for the new school year.

Chefs visit Red Bay students

Guests chefs Mike Lata and Edward Lee on Thursday paid the students of Red Bay Primary School a visit in celebration of the upcoming Slow Food Day.

Red Bay students take the YMCA pledge

Forty students of the Red Bay Primary extended after-school program pledged to upkeep the five core values of the YMCA on March 23.

Red Bay students dig Seed-to-Plate project

Keen to get creative with dirt, 17 students from Red Bay Primary School took part in the Seed-to-Plate gardening project on March 7, at the school’s greenhouse and the Mary Miller Hall.

School illness report inconclusive

A report into an outbreak of sickness at Red Bay Primary found an ice machine leak to be the "more likely" cause of the illness.

Report: Faulty ice machine may be cause of Red Bay school illnesses

Investigators have identified a faulty ice machine as the “more likely” cause of a mass outbreak of illness at Red Bay Primary School earlier this month.

Cause of Red Bay Primary School illness still unknown

Two weeks after more than 100 students and teachers at Red Bay Primary School were taken ill after eating lunch, little information about the cause of the outbreak has been released.

Red Bay Primary's mystery illness: The 'unknowns'

We still don’t know why more than 100 children and staff fell ill after lunch at Red Bay Primary School two weeks ago. In fact, we may never know why. ... And it’s time for government officials to admit it outright.

Investigation into Red Bay illnesses continues

Officials are still waiting for conclusive test results as to the cause of the recent outbreak of illness at Red Bay Primary School, according to a press statement released by the government Friday.

School sickness outbreak investigation continues

The majority of the approximately 100 students and teachers taken ill at Red Bay Primary School last week had returned to class by Friday.

More than 100 primary students fall ill at school

More than 100 students at Red Bay Primary School fell ill after the school’s lunch period on Wednesday afternoon.

Business in brief

A roundup of local business briefs.

Red Bay kids stretch their knowledge of Olympic values

Red Bay Primary School students recently learned about Olympic values like friendship, respect and excellence through fun, games and gymnastics at Motions Unlimited.

Students win CUC essay competition

The winning students have been announced from CUC’s 2013 essay competitions where 17 essays were submitted.

Saunders was healthiest of all

Jason Saunders retained his title the Healthy Body Healthy Mind 5k Walk/Run on Saturday.

Who will take responsibility for Cayman's school mess?

Writer says Caymanians should demand more from the government and themselves, for their children.

Retiring teacher bids farewell

Favourita Blanchard is returning to her homeland of Barbados after 21 years in the teaching profession in the Cayman Islands.

Young authors to represent Cayman

Three primary school children have been chosen for a regional storybook competition.

Man injured when SUV, motorcycle collide

One man is hospitalized following an SUV-motorbike crash on Shamrock Road.

Athlete’s story inspires Caymanian youngsters

A disabled athlete who made history by traversing America in a wheelchair got a hero’s reception on a tour of Cayman’s schools this week.

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.

Local artists share talent at primary schools

Native Sons share art talent at local primary schools.

Burke nabs ‘Proud’ award

Being an academically successful student is an achievement for which 22-year-old Joel Alex Burke is certainly proud.

CCMI educates area students on the natural environment

50 primary school students had a close up encounter with the local natural environment facilitated by the Central Caribbean Marine Institute

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.

Prospect edged out Red Bay

The 2013 Inter-Primary Track and Field Championships staged at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex will long be remembered for the close tussle between the defending champions, Red Bay Primary School and arch rival Prospect.

Educational movie project among initiatives awarded funding

A project to produce educational movies on conflict resolution for primary school children and a new communication system for youngsters with speech difficulties won funding at the Joanna Clarke Awards.

Projects short-listed for award

Animal-assisted therapies for autistic children, interactive art classes at the national gallery and an expanded programme of Caymanian heritage classes for school pupils are among the inspiring schemes seeking funding in this year’s Joanna Clarke Awards.

Music: Good food to the soul

Music is like food to the soul for local saxophonist Melvin Augustine.

Police donate decommissioned cars to after school programme

Royal Cayman Islands Police Service donates decomissioned cars to extended after school programme at John Gray High School

Young filmmakers enjoy Big Apple

Young Cayman filmmakers enjoyed a trip to New York Film Academy.

Referendum Day

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

Cayman youngsters off to New York

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

Where to vote for ‘One Man One Vote’

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

Voters lists posted

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

Maples and Calder promotes literacy

The Red Bay Primary School will receive a Levelled Literacy Intervention kit, as a result a donation by corporate sponsor, Maples and Calder. The law firm recently presented the school with CI$2,500.

UK parliamentarian tours schools

Member of Parliament Henry Bellingham tours schools.

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.

Rotary Sunrise read to students

Rotary Sunrise member read to students at Red Bay School.

CISPA picks new officers

The Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants voted in new officers Friday during its annual general meeting.

Lucille seeking the top grades

As Cayman Islands netball starts its national women’s competition, its chief has grand visions for the sport.

Ladies tip off early

Netball is expect to start Cayman’s national women’s competition soon.

Community working to feed hungry school children

Hunger is a growing problem with Cayman’s youth and two groups - one a registered charity and the other a food catering business that provides lunches to some schools - are doing what they can to make sure school children are getting at a healthy and substantial meal in school.

Business in brief

Business in brief

Primary school teachers on tour

Red Bay Primary teachers head off to Honduras for rest and relaxation.

Robbers shoot victim in face

Police have launched an attempted murder investigation after a 28-year-old man was shot in the face during an armed holdup of a jerk stand in Red Bay.

Robbers shoot man in face

Masked robbers shot a man in the face during an attempted robbery of a jerk stand in Red Bay late on Wednesday night, 29 June.

Update: Robbers shoot man in face

Police have reclassified an attempted armed robbery in which a 28-year-man was shot in the face as an attempted murder case.

Child month Cayman, as seen by a teen

Seventeen-year-old Tiffany Rankine gives us her insight on what she sees happening within her country, some ideas of addressing these issues for her and other future generations.

New spa for cars in Red Bay

A new Auto Spa has opened further East.

New paramedic joins Cayman Islands Hospital team

Chelsea Doxey has joined the Cayman Islands Hospital as its newest paramedic.

RB Primary raffle delayed

The prize drawing for the Red Bay Primary School raffle has been moved to Friday, 25 March.

Dyslexia effort
has raised $1,500

Updates on the dyslexia programme at Red Bay Primary.

Primary schools mark UN Day

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

Car accident causes outage

A traffic accident caused major power outages on Friday.

Girl guides celebrate honour 100 years

Red Bay Brownies renew promise in celebration of 100 years being involvement in the Girls Guide Association

Golden Apple awards attract 93

The 4th Golden Apple Awards will take place at The Harquail Theatre on Saturday, 29 May, and comprise of a champagne reception at 6pm, pre-award ceremony at 7pm and the awards show at 8pm.

Young speakers test mettle

The Optimist Club of George Town held its second annual Oratorical Contest at the Harquail Theatre on 20 March. 

Prep find extra puff

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

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