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HM Prison Inmates achieve CXC Exam Success

HM Prison Inmates achieve CXC Exam Success

🕔09:18, 15.Mar 2013

  Her Majesty’s Prison has reported that three prisoners who wrote Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC)examinations in January 2013 have passed with excellent results. All three inmates sat CXC Social Studies, in which two achieved Grade 1’s, and one achieved

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SPECIAL EDUCATION WEEK

SPECIAL EDUCATION WEEK

🕔09:12, 15.Mar 2013

  The following article on Special Education Week in Anguilla was written by Mrs. Katherine Lavern Webster Brown as part of a series of activities. Fellow Anguillians and Partners in Education, my name is Mrs. Katherine Lavern Webster Brown, Head

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Celebrating Commonwealth Day

Celebrating Commonwealth Day

🕔08:30, 15.Mar 2013

  (ANGUILLA, MARCH 12, 2013) – The Anguilla Commonwealth Games Association was fortunate enough to celebrate Commonwealth Day at three primary schools on the island. This would mark the beginning of many award ceremonies to present the winning House at

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SCHOOLS HONOUR REVOLUTIONARY LEADER

SCHOOLS HONOUR REVOLUTIONARY LEADER

🕔09:24, 8.Mar 2013

  Representative groups of students from the six Government Primary Schools, and the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School, have honoured Anguilla’s Revolutionary Leader, James Ronald Webster, on his 87th birthday. They came together in a most moving ceremony on Friday, March

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE TURNS OUT FIRST GERIATRICS GRADUATES

COMMUNITY COLLEGE TURNS OUT FIRST GERIATRICS GRADUATES

🕔09:05, 8.Mar 2013

  The Anguilla Community College, in association with the Portmore Community College in Jamaica, has turned out its first batch of graduates in Geriatrics. It is a branch of medicine that deals with the illnesses and medical care of senior

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ANGUILLA’S PRE-SCHOOLS OBSERVING  EARLY CHILDHOOD MONTH

ANGUILLA’S PRE-SCHOOLS OBSERVING EARLY CHILDHOOD MONTH

🕔08:45, 8.Mar 2013

  Much attention is now being paid to the various privately-run pre-schools in Anguilla with the observance of Early Childhood Month, which commenced on Friday, March 1, with an opening ceremony at the Teachers’ Resource Centre. The welcome address was

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REV. ERICA CARTY OFFERS ADVICE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

REV. ERICA CARTY OFFERS ADVICE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

🕔08:42, 8.Mar 2013

  Anguillian Methodist Minister, Rev. Erica Carty, whose parents reside in Sandy Ground, has offered what may be considered a type of blueprint for early childhood education in Anguilla. The former pre-school teacher was the feature speaker at the opening

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IVAN CONNOR EMPHASISES MALE INFLUENCE ON SCHOOLS

IVAN CONNOR EMPHASISES MALE INFLUENCE ON SCHOOLS

🕔08:40, 8.Mar 2013

  Mr Ivan Connor, a Business Adviser at KPMG LLC and CEO of Summit Consultancy Services LLC in Anguilla, has emphasised the need for a male influence in the island’s schools. Mr. Connor, who was the Chairman of the opening

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VEDA HARRIGAN RECOGNISED FOR CONTRIBUTION TO EDUCATION

VEDA HARRIGAN RECOGNISED FOR CONTRIBUTION TO EDUCATION

🕔08:39, 8.Mar 2013

  Soon-retiring Anguillian educator, Ms. Veda Harigan, has been recognised and awarded for her contribution to the development of early childhood education. She was singled out for recognition at the start of Early Childhood Month on March 1 by the

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Preparing for Commonwealth Day Monday March 11, 2013

Preparing for Commonwealth Day Monday March 11, 2013

🕔08:26, 8.Mar 2013

  (ANGUILLA, MARCH 5, 2013) – The Anguilla Commonwealth Games Association has spent the last few weeks leading up to Commonwealth Day speaking to each of the primary schools about the Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014 Games and the role of

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