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VALLEY SCHOOL SENSITISES STUDENTS TO CAREERS

VALLEY SCHOOL SENSITISES STUDENTS TO CAREERS

🕔08:13, 14.Dec 2012

  Fifth and sixth grade students, at the Valley Primary School, are still a long way from joining the workforce, but they have been exposed early to various careers as achievable goals. Careers Day was held at the school on

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT FOREFRONT OF EDUCATION Certificates, Excellence Awards For Students

COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT FOREFRONT OF EDUCATION Certificates, Excellence Awards For Students

🕔09:30, 7.Dec 2012

  The Anguilla Community College has now become a household name on the island as it continues its functions in the forefront of education. Many students, attending a wide selection of formal and life-style courses, are proudly receiving certificates and

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Forty-Fourth Governance Meeting of CXC In Anguilla

Forty-Fourth Governance Meeting of CXC In Anguilla

🕔09:05, 7.Dec 2012

    The Ministry of Education is pleased to host the 44th Governance Meetings of the Caribbean Examinations Council. This is first time in the forty year history of CXC that Anguilla will host the meetings. The Ministry of Education

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TOP CXC STUDENTS AT HERITAGE COLLECTION MUSEUM

TOP CXC STUDENTS AT HERITAGE COLLECTION MUSEUM

🕔08:41, 7.Dec 2012

  Ten top CXC students, one of the Assistant Registrars, and parents, in Anguilla for Thursday’s Awards Ceremony, got a peek into the island’s history when they visited Heritage Collection Museum at East End, on Wednesday, as part of an

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BAIRD CRITICISES NAYSAYERS OF EDUCATION BILL Anguilla Can Lose Big Money

BAIRD CRITICISES NAYSAYERS OF EDUCATION BILL Anguilla Can Lose Big Money

🕔10:01, 30.Nov 2012

  Minister of Social Development and Education, Edison Baird, has expressed dismay over the much-rejected Education Bill which is yet to win the public support of his colleagues, as well as the Speaker, and be passed in the Anguilla House

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ALHCS SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS SURPRISE SPECTATORS

ALHCS SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS SURPRISE SPECTATORS

🕔09:46, 30.Nov 2012

  The National Commercial Data Services (NCDS)-sponsored Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School Science Fair has been widely praised for its high level, variety and imaginative creations. Education Officer, responsible for science, Winston Duncan, in summing up the exhibition, said it was

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Nine students complete undergraduate and graduate degree programmes with the University  of the West Indies Open Campus in 2012

Nine students complete undergraduate and graduate degree programmes with the University of the West Indies Open Campus in 2012

🕔09:06, 30.Nov 2012

  Nine students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus Anguilla completed both undergraduate and graduate degree programmes in 2012. Four of these students – Mr. Ensor Gumbs, Miss Sharnette Shaw, Miss Shermiah Laurent and Mrs. Evorna Joseph-Hodge

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ANGUILLIAN LAWYER SWORN IN AT US VIRGIN ISLANDS BAR

ANGUILLIAN LAWYER SWORN IN AT US VIRGIN ISLANDS BAR

🕔08:47, 30.Nov 2012

  An Attorney-at-Law of Anguillian parentage was sworn in as a member of the US Virgin Islands Bar in St. Thomas on November 16. Attorney Khalida Nicole Lloyd is the daughter of Mr. Lesley Harry Lloyd of Anguilla and Dr.

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ALWYN RICHARDSON SCHOOL SAYS THANKS

ALWYN RICHARDSON SCHOOL SAYS THANKS

🕔08:46, 30.Nov 2012

  The Principal, Mrs. Ornette Edwards-Gumbs, her staff and students, are grateful for a Thanksgiving Lunch they enjoyed on Thursday, November 22. They are particularly thankful to the General Manager of Viceroy, his Management Committee and other personnel for spending

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STUDENTS PRAISED FOR EXCELLENCE           Anglec Lauded For Sponsorship

STUDENTS PRAISED FOR EXCELLENCE Anglec Lauded For Sponsorship

🕔09:20, 23.Nov 2012

  School children, who were awarded in the Sixth Annual Primary School Awards Ceremony, have been praised for their outstanding performance in Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Music and Sport.The award winners, selected from six public and two private primary

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