Berkeley coder and engineer club shows off its robots

News, Our Work, Young Coders and Engineers Club  |  May 24, 2023

Students at The Berkeley Institute showcased robots they created as part of a pilot after-school club brought about through a community collaboration. The Young Coders and Engineers Club, which focuses on Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics learning, was created by Troy King, the school’s head of mathematics, who received an Outst... Read more

BEN Donates Books To P1 Classrooms

Donor Stories, News, Our Work, Stories, Volunteer Stories  |  March 31, 2023

Bermuda Education Network is celebrating International Children’s Book Day with a donation of books to every P1 classroom in Bermuda’s public school system. A spokesperson said, “International Children’s Book Day has been celebrated annually on April 2 since 1967 with the goal of inspiring a love of reading in children. Every P1 classro... Read more

Summer Learning Program – Interns

Employee Stories, Stories, Summer Learning Programme  |  February 8, 2023

Interns of 2022: Jaishelbi, Alexandra, Morgan, and Tori BEN provides a unique experience for individuals who are interested in a career in education to become involved with the summer learning program by applying for the role of an intern. BEN’s 2023 Summer Learning Program aims to reduce the percentage of public primary school children who d... Read more

Purvis Primary teacher Cidalia Soares-Chan is Outstanding Teacher of the Year

Events, News, Our Work, Outstand Teacher Awards  |  December 2, 2022

Cidalia Soares-Chan (Purvis Primary), was named as the Bermuda Education Network’s Outstanding Teacher of the Year. She is pictured with the Governor, Rena Lalgie, and Colm Singleton, head of award sponsor Allied World (Photograph by Akil Simmons) Makese Gilbert (Elliot Primary), was named as runner-up for the Bermuda Education Networ... Read more

Accountability is key to success of education authority, says BEN

News, Our Work  |  November 15, 2022

Transparency and accountability will be crucial components of a successful Education Authority, a teacher advocacy group has said. Becky Ausenda, founder of the Bermuda Education Network, said her organisation is broadly supportive of an independent governing body for education, which the Government announced in the Throne Speech woul... Read more