58 to take 11-plus next month – Barbados Today


While 3 401 students wrote today’s Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination (BSSEE) at 22 centres, 58 Class 4 students will now write the examination on August 11. Acting Chief Education Officer Joy Adamson, during a post examination briefing at the St Leonard’s School, Richmond, St Michael reported a relatively smooth day. She said the decision […]
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Hewitt calls on PM to give Bajans say on move to republic - Barbados Today

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) presidential candidate Guy Hewitt Wednesday challenged Prime Minister Mia Mottley to allow Barbadians to have their say on whether the country should become a republic. Hewitt, who last week questioned the timing of the move, today argued that the Prime Minister was duty-bound to keep a […]