In the Art Competition, Ania Trotman (second from left) of Jones Private School came out to tops in the 7-8 Category. In second place was Destiny Lane (second from right) and Gabriella Chase, both from Christ Church Girls’. Junior Walrond (left), PRO of the Oistins Fish Festival Committee presented the prizes as Secretary Naomi Weekes (right) looked on.

Students perform well in Oistins Fish Festival Competition

The Oistins Fish Festival Committee is pleased with the response shown by students from both public and primary schools in the Christ Church community, to the Oistins Fish Festival Art and Essay Co

Digicel’s Chief Executive Officer Charlie Clementson (right), Core Network Manager Dwight Grannum (left) and Director of Marketing Carolyn Shepherd (second from left), congratulating Top Boy in this year’s 11 Plus Examination Javon Linton of Blackman and Gollop Primary School.

Digicel rewards top Common Entrance students

DIGICEL Barbados has recognised and rewarded the top and most improved students in this year’s 11- Plus Examination.

Barbadian competitor Anne Skinner shows Prime Minister Freundel Stuart her exhibit which was judged in the Heritage category.

World-class blooms on show

EXTRAORDINARY works of floral art are currently being showcased at the 12th World Flower Show, being hosted in Barbados.

Most Outstanding Student of the ‘Preparing Today for Tomorrow's Challenges’ Programme, Daunte Harvey, being awarded by Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Dr. Luz Longsworth.

Ellerslie student comes out on top

Daunte Harvey from the Ellerslie Secondary School was the most outstanding student of the 2017 “Preparing Today for Tomorrow’s Challenges” programme.


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