The event was a part of the Alliance’s community outreach for exposing the Bahamian youth to French culture and art.
Grade 7 & 9 students of the Akhepran International Academy visited the Alliance Francaise des Bahamas to gain International multicultural enlightenment by learning from another culture.
BESS is a year-long study and work experience programme for motivated high school graduates with a keen interest in the environment, conservation and sustainable systems.
A new element introduced into Speed Week 2012 was to invite any interested schools and youth groups to build Box Karts for display at the event.
Mystical Fitness Gym and Nutrition Center are hoping that the recently launched student athlete program will encourage coaches to include weightlifting in their daily training regimen for their athletes.
Fixed term limits for the Prime Minister; universal tertiary education; end of Privy Council and all forms of discrimination were some issues Mr. Williams presented to the Constitutional Review Commission.
This year on January 11th, Queen’s College will be hosting its second annual Leadership Day and also commemorating its 123rd Anniversary as an academic institution.
Mr. Ross Smith, Deputy Director of Education for Curriculum Development and Instruction congratulated the first, second and third place winners of the Voices of Hope Championship Speech Competition.
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology held a ceremony in the Foyer of the Ministry to open its National After-School Art & Craft Enrichment Programme Annual exhibition.