Published 6th September 2010, 11:44am
Last Monday and Tuesday (30 and 31 August), marked another important milestone in the transition to a newly restructured secondary education system for government schools. Students for the new Year 12 programme collected grades and discussed the range of innovative new programme offerings and choices at the Clifton Hunter (formerly George Hicks) campus, with teachers and staff from the Department of Education Services. The Year 12 programme is designed to provide students with a bridge to further education or the world of work, and to provide second chances for those students who need to improve their external examination results. Following his return from an educator orientation event in Cayman Brac, Education Minister, the Hon. Rolston Anglin, JP, (right) was on hand to discuss the details with parents and students.