#Providenciales, Turks and Caicos – August 8, 2019 – Registration opens in mere days for the Ministry of Education’s Sixth Form pilot programme at Clement Howell High.
“The Ministry of Education has approved a Sixth Form Programme at Clement Howell High School. The Programme spans two years with subjects in Business and Humanities at the CAPE level which is the CXC Advanced Pre- University Level Programme. The Programme is also free of cost in terms of tuition and exams as it will be covered by the Ministry.”
In the twilight of the 2018-2019 Academic Year, the nation learned of a Sixth Form programme to be started at the Blue Hills located high school and educators at the school, including its principal Kadean Cunningham are eager for launch.
The motto is: ‘Creating a climate of Excellence’ and there are two streams offered to applicants who meet the criteria and are approved for the Sixth Form this coming September 2019; Business and Humanities.
Business students will be offered Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Management of Business, Information Technology, Communication Studies and Physical Education.
Humanities students will be offered Environmental Science, Literature of English, Sociology, Tourism and Food & Nutrition.
Competition for placement in the Sixth Form programme should be stiff.
Magnetic Media is informed that only 45 students will be accepted during this inaugural year and the opportunity is open to the entire country and not limited to past Clement Howell High graduates.
“Applicants for CAPE A Level programme must satisfy the following requirements. A minimum of six subjects inclusive of Mathematics and English A at the General Proficiency Level. Compulsory are Math & English – Grade I or II; Specialist Area – Grade I or II and other subjects – Grade I or II.”
There is a registration fee of $100 and late registration will attract an additional $50 cost.
Sixth Form hopefuls will need to submit documents like their graduation diploma; a recommendation from their last school; their birth certificate or passport photo page; proof of residence status in the Turks and Caicos Islands and n official copy of their transcript.
Anyone interested can contact Clement Howell High school at 649-941-3411 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration forms will be available beginning on August 15, 2019 when the school office reopens.
Ms. Camilla Lightbourne joins Experience Turks and Caicos team
Ms. Camilla Lightbourne
#TurksandCaicos, February 22, 2024 – Experience Turks and Caicos is pleased to welcome Ms. Camilla Lightbourne to the post of Executive Assistant to the CEO effective February 06th, 2024.
Ms. Lightbourne is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree a DeVry University in Florida and previously worked as an Import Logistics Associate at Graceway Trading Ltd. Where she supported department goals and initiatives through the generation of reports and a Business Account Executive at Digicel where she managed daily and monthly reports and helped resolve customer issues.
In welcoming Ms. Lightbourne to the team, Ms. Racquel Brown, Change Manager and Interim CEO of Experience Turks and Caicos said Ms. Lightbourne’s appointment underscores the growth of the organisation.
“Experience Turks and Caicos is growing as an organisation to meet its mission and goal. The Executive Assistant to the CEO is critical to support the CEO Office for the effective and efficient day-to-day administration to assist the CEO manage the scheduling and timely completion of Strategic Projects and Programmes. I look forward to working with Ms. Lightbourne as the Change Manager/Interim CEO of Experience Turks and Caicos in this regard,” she said.
Ms. Lightbourne said she is pleased to be part of the Experience Turks and Caicos team.
“I am elated to join such a dynamic organisation and working with the CEO’s office where I will have an opportunity to implement many of the project management and organisational skills I have learned over the years. I am looking forward to making my mark on the future development of our country’s tourism product,” she said.
Town Hall De-briefing
#TurksandCaicos, February 21, 2024 – Acting Commissioner of Police Christopher Eyre held a meeting with Her Excellency the Governor Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam and Member of Parliament for Grand Turk North, the Hon. Otis Morris, today (February 21st) at Police Headquarters, Airport Road, Providenciales.
The debriefing was to discuss concerns raised by residents during last evening’s Anti-Crime Town Hall meeting at the H.J Robinson High School, Grand Turk.
Commissioner Eyre said: “I acknowledge the challenges raised and wish to assure you that the Executive of the RTCIPF remains steadfast in ensuring the TCI is safe. We listened to your concerns, and I assure you that rebuilding trust and strengthening community-policing relations are top priorities.
“The RTCIPF has taken a holistic approach in the fight against crime. Increased visibility, greater stakeholder collaborations and ongoing dialogue forums to appraise you will occur. We are accountable to you.”
Header: Town Hall Meeting Head Table (l-r) Superintendent of Prisons Michael Woodbine, HE the Governor Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam, Deputy Commissioner Rodney Adams, Superintendent Dean Holden, ag Commissioner of Police Christopher Eyre.
1st insert: HE the Governor Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam, MP Grand Turk North Hon Otis Morris and ag Commissioner of Police Christopher Eyre during this afternoon’s debriefing at Police Headquarters.
2nd insert: Grand Turk resident Derek Been addresses the head table during the Question and Answer segment
Two Charged With Firearm Offences
#TurksandCaicos, February 21, 2024 – JERREAL MISSICK, 22, of Over Back, Grand Turk and SHAQUAZE FORBES, 21, also from Over Back, are expected to appear before a Magistrate charged with the following offences.
1) Gang Membership;
2) Possession of a Firearm;
3) Possession of Ammunition and
4) Discharging Firearm
Both Mr. Missick and Mr. Forbes were charged under the Anti-Gang Ordinance (2022) following an investigation into the discharging of a firearm incident that occurred on February 13th 2024, in Over Back.
The charges came after police officers consulted with the Office of the Director of Public
Head of Crime, Safeguarding, and Public Protection Superintendent Dean Holden said: “This is another example of the Police Force’s relentless pursuit of those suspected to be involved in gang-related crime, specifically the criminal use of illegal firearms. This latest charge also demonstrates our continued use of the Anti-Gang legislation to target individuals who cause harm to our communities”.
The RTCIPF is asking the public to notify the closest police station, contact 911, the Serious Crime Unit at 231-1842,Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477, and anonymously give any information on illegal activity.
Additionally, persons are encouraged to download the CrimeStoppers P3 app from the Google Play store or Apple Apps and share information anonymously.
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