BF&M sponsors Purvis student

News  |  February 20, 2017

Insurance company BF&M has donated $20,000 over two years to support extracurricular activities at Purvis Primary School.  The Bermuda Education Network’s Horizons programme uses donations from corporations to deliver sailing, arts and science lessons to primary level students in government schools. The number of schools served by th... Read more

Outstanding Teacher nominees

News  |  January 27, 2017

An Outstanding Teacher Award will be handed out when the Bermuda Education Network holds its annual fundraiser at the Hamilton Princess tomorrow. Nine nominees have been announced for the title, which reflects their outstanding contribution to public schools, with a total of $2,000 available in prizes. ... Read more

Marcus Samuelsson

News  |  November 25, 2015

The students, who are enrolled in the Bermuda Education Network’s Horizons programme, were able to experience life in a busy kitchen during the visit to the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club where Mr Samuelsson recently opened a restaurant. The programme consists of vacation camps and monthly expeditions to different locations where the chil... Read more

Science Conference for teachers

News  |  January 24, 2013

Local teachers will get a lesson of their own when educators from Harvard and the Science Museum of London arrive for a workshop next week. The 2013 Big Ideas: Bermuda Education Network Science Forum at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute on January 31 and February 1, is a professional development session open to all educators on the I... Read more

Better teachers = better exam results

News  |  December 6, 2012

In the Royal Gazette’s continuing series on the major issues confronting the electorate, Jonathan Bell looks at education Just eight percent of students in the Island’s public schools received a C grade or above in GCSE maths. But the grades only tell part of the story of how education is faring in Bermuda today, acco... Read more