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Sir John A Cumber has divine assembly

The principal, members of staff, students and parent, assembled for a special dedication ceremony at the beginning of Sir John A Cumber’s primary school year in West Bay. Some members of the clergy from the community were present and participated on Sept. 15 in the ceremony which began with a …

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Back to school in style 

One hundred students went back to school in style at the start of the new academic year, thanks to donations by staff at CIBC Bank and Trust Company (Cayman).  The lucky students benefitted from a special back-to-school drive donation which took place on Monday, Aug. 21, as employees at CIBC met …

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Schools in after summer

Bright eyed and ready to begin the first chapter in their education, hundreds of youngsters country-wide started school on Monday for the very first time. New uniform, check. Pencil case, check, ready to learn, check. It’s often tricky to work out who’s more anxious about day one in the classroom …

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Stuff the Bus school supply drive returns

As the new school year approaches, the Department of Education estimates that the average family in Cayman will spend $350 on back to school supplies – an amount that many low-income families cannot afford. Caribbean Alliance Insurance’s annual Stuff the Bus school supply drive is back to help bridge the …

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Law School programmes still on offer

Applications are still being accepted to enroll on one of the two new taught postgraduate programmes to be offered by the Truman Bodden Law School. They are LL.M-Master of Laws in International Finance: Law and Regulation and the Postgraduate Diploma in International Finance: Law and Regulation. Directed at Caymanian nationals …

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Law School offers two new programmes

Applications are now being accepted to join one of two new taught postgraduate programmes to be offered by the Truman Bodden Law School, commencing September 2017; the LLM in International Finance: Law and Regulation and the Postgraduate Diploma in International Finance: Law and Regulation. The new programmes will lead to …

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Parents train to teach reading

By Lindsey Turnbull Parents of students at George Town Primary School are undertaking a series of workshops at the school aimed at helping them to encourage their children to become better readers. The workshops, which have been held annually for the past four years, are called Partners in Print and …

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St. Ignatius win Saxon Challenge

Four students from St. Ignatius Catholic School emerged winners of the eighth annual Saxon Investment Club Challenge for local high school and college students. Chezarie Henry, Hannah Wood, Grace Christian-Welcome and Tyrese Javon Ebanks, who operated under the trading name of Harambe’s Trust Fund, achieved the highest net value of …

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Toast for wine school graduates

A partnership between the National Work Force Development Agency and WineSchool3 turned out to be the difference between drifting through life without a purpose and finding a career about which to be passionate. Those were the sentiments of young Leonardo Borsetto at the recent graduation celebration for him and six …

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CIS hosts the Third Local Model United Nations Conference

The local Model United Nations conferences are expanding in both attendance and frequency. Returning teams from Cayman International School, St Ignatius, and Triple C, as well as the newest participating school, Cayman Prep, took part in the half-day conference, CAY-MUN II.V. This is the Cayman Islands’ third inter-school Model UN …

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