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A parent and child group is aiming to teach kids about colours, numbers and letters – through football. Socatots encourages girls and boys aged between six months and five years to get into sports while developing their coordination and awareness.
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Gibraltarian students today received their GCSE results. Education Minister Gilbert Licudi congratulated youngsters on pushing the overall passing grade percentage from 64% to 68%. YGTV spoke to some of the students about their results as well as Bayside headteacher Mr. Skinner...
Over four hundred students received their GSCE results this morning, with an overall pass rate of 70%. This is a 4% increase on last year, with some particularly impressive English Literature results at Westside, where the number of students achieving A and A* grades more than doubled from the previous year. Grades for Maths remain consistently high and Spanish results, which have fallen over the last few years, increased overall this year. The results are the culmination of a huge amount of hard work and effort from both students and teachers, and Katy Docker was there this morning as the students opened their results.
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The University of Gibraltar will be opening its doors to the public this weekend. A programme of events has been organised, which includes the University’s historical context and guided tours of the campus. The media was given a tour of the facilities ahead of the official inauguration next Monday. The Minister for Education, Gilbert Licudi, emphasised that the University was a project for the whole community, encouraging people to visit over Saturday and Sunday. The University will open between 10 and 2 on both days.
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The United Kingdom's decision this week to formally trigger the two year European Union exit process was keenly felt in Gibraltar. The British overseas territory faces the prospect of being cut off and unable to access the European Common market. As CGTN's Dan Williams reports, that would have serious economic consequences for both sides of the border.
The overall GCSE pass rate this year across both comprehensive schools is 66 percent – a rise of 3 percent from last year. The Minister for Education has expressed his satisfaction, praising the teachers and students for their hard work throughout the year. GBC went to the schools and College to catch up with those collecting their results.
‘I do make mistakes because I'm only human.’ With these words the Speaker of Parliament, Adolfo Canepa poured oil on troubled waters after an earlier outburst in the Chamber during which he accused the Chief Minister and the Leader of the Opposition of engaging in a ‘tiresome Punch and Judy’ show. There was palpable tension in the minutes that followed, but eventually peace was restored. Opposition Leader, Daniel Feetham also struck a conciliatory note, saying the cut and thrust of parliamentary politics was important in a democracy, and as far as the Government and the Opposition were concerned it was ‘business as usual.’
The Gibraltar College is inviting registration for its professional, continuing education and leisure classes. Courses include everything from GCSEs and A-Levels, to modern languages, cookery and woodwork, with new classes including Indian Head Massage, and Manicure and Pedicure. You can register or find out more at the College next week between 9am and 3pm, up till Friday 16 September. More information is available from gibraltarcollege.org or by emailing email@example.com GBC's Christina Cortes spoke to the College’s Coordinator for Continuing Education and Professional Courses, Daniel Benrimoj.
Watch the story of Gibraltar All-Age School in a remote community of St. Ann, Jamaica. Here, students now enjoy a better-equipped learning environment that features enclosed classrooms, toilet facilities and secure surroundings. In this video, go inside the school and hear from teachers and parents about how funding from the Basic Needs Trust Fund at the Caribbean Development Bank has helped them turn a new page. The Basic Needs Trust Fund contributes to poverty reduction in targeted communities by providing infrastructure and livelihood enhancement services for the most vulnerable in the Caribbean region.
In this video (subtitled) you can clearly hear the "Honourable" (LOL) Minister Gilbert Licudi, Minister for "Education" (LOL) swearing at the Independent MP the Hon Marlene Hassan. The Hon Gilbert should be ashamed of himself. Disgusting behaviour!