Three charged for Hart’s Gap murder

Three young men have been charged with the murder of Chad Roett who was gunned down at a shop at Harts Gap, Christ Church, and a gold chain was ripped from his neck. The incident occurred at 4th Avenue, Hart’s Gap, on June 5th and the attack was captured on security camera footage which went […]

Teachers at Wesley Hall Junior sick out again

Education Minister, Kay McConney, has voiced her concern about the state of affairs at the Wesley Hall Junior School where teachers are on sick out again today. She noted that a meeting had been held with the teachers union prior to last week’s sickout. The grandparent of a child at Wesley Hall Junior today shared […]

Providence & St. Winifred’s have top Common Entrance performers

Ariana Bascombe of Providence School and Finn Graham of St. Winifred’s, with identical marks, are the top performers in this year’s Barbados Secondary School’s Entrance Examination, the results of which were announced this morning by Education Minister, Kay McConney. Miss McConney says that, overall, this year’s exam scores are similar to last year’s but that […]

The Deighton Griffith Principal explains the controversial “gender day”

The Ministry of Education has issued a statement on behalf of the principal of the Deighton Griffith Secondary School seeking to explain the school’s announced Gender Day which sparked a controversy after a school circular made the rounds on social media. The statements says that the administration of the Deighton Griffith Secondary School has been […]