Monday, April 23, 2018

Rock hosts first Universities Fair with Oxford and Cambridge in attendance

REPRESENTATIVES from Oxbridge visited the Rock to provide students with vital information about applying to British universities. They were joined by representatives from seven other...

Industry experts to speak about the future of the workplace in Gibraltar

HAVE you ever wanted to know what will happen to the workplace in the future? Then you’re in luck as leading industry experts will be descending...

Designs for two new Gibraltarian schools enter final stages

DESIGNS for the construction of the Notre Dame and St Anne’s Schools has entered the final stages. The Education Ministry has held consultation meetings with...

Westside’s girls take London by storm for the national final of CyberCenturion

GIBRALTAR’S brainy ladies secure sixth place at the UK focussed CyberCenturion competition. The competition, which sees teams of four aged between 12 to 18 tackle...

Education dispute between government and GTA continues to evolve

A BITTER row between the government and Gibraltar Teachers’ Association (GTA) has escalated. The two bodies are at loggerheads, after a GTA spokesman claimed that...

An A+ for Prior Park! School receives highest rating in British inspection

A GIBRALTARIAN school has been awarded several ratings of ‘Best Practice’ by the British board that inspects international schools. Gibraltar’s first independent co-ed day school,...

Grech to become new Chief Secretary after Gomez retirement

THE current Director of Education, Darren Grech, has been appointed as the next Chief Secretary of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar. Grech will assume his...

Deputy Chief Minister speaks to students on Brexit

DEPUTY chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia delighted students as he visited three schools on the Rock to chat about EU negotiations on Brexit.  Talking to...

GSD slams government over low classroom temperatures

THE opposition party, GSD, has slammed the government for allowing classroom temperatures to fall below 10 degrees celsius.  The teachers union, NASUWT, announced that even...

Red letter day! Gibraltarian students invited to enter UN writing competition

SCHOOLCHILDREN in Gibraltar have been invited to show off their creative talent by entering a United Nations letter writing competition. Children up to the age...

MP Llamas launches public survey on government’s education reform

A PUBLIC survey into the government’s plans to build eight new schools in Gibraltar has been launched by independent MP Lawrence Llamas. The survey contains...

Gibraltar’s artists to sell their artwork at special event aimed at affordability

A COLLECTION of Gibraltar’s finest artists will be showcasing their work at this year’s Affordable Art Show at the Fine Arts Gallery in Casemates. The...

Government alleges the GSD has ignored its great work across education

THE government has accused the GSD of failing to take into account its ‘transformational changes’ in education after it had been accused of fostering...

Meet the Rock’s newest firefighters eager to get to work

GIBRALTAR’S newest firefighters have said they are “honoured” to be serving on the Rock after completing an eight-week programme in the UK. Justin Grima, 23,...

IT STINKS: Horror as raw sewage flows down past St Bernard’s First School

RAW sewage has been pictured flowing down a street just yards from a Gibraltar primary school. In pictures shared on social media, the waste can...

New chapter for equality as Gibraltarian students write book on tolerating our differences

A CHILDREN’s book about equality has been written by a group of Gibraltarian students. Titled ‘Zipp’s Trips’, there will be an interactive reading of the...
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