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Loyd and Mc Coy Take Podium Spots

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Joella LLoyd joined the winners circle on the first day of the 15th Caribbean Union of Teachers Biennial Students' Athletics Championships by capturing a bronze medal in the of the Girls U13 100 meter dash in a time of 12.69. Coming ahead of Lloyd were Caliya Wallace of Trinidad and Tobago (12.65) and Jaliyah Denny of Barbados (12.66), first and second respectively. Young Rapheal Mc Coy also climbed the winners' podium after capturing bronze in the Boys U 15 100 meter event in a time of (11.44). mc Coy was outdone by Tyreke Wilson of Jamaica (10.96) and Tramaine Smith of Barbados (11.09)


Follow Team Antigua and Barbuda at the CUT Games

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Antigua Represented at CUT Athletics Championships

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A contigent of ten athletes and three officials departed Antigua on Wednesday to participate in the Caribbean Union of Teachers 15th Biennial Students' Athletics Championships being held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Trinidad from July 25 - 26. The event which is expected to attract athletes from fifteen territories will be a major test for our athletes, some of whom are participating for the first time. Click HERE for live Stream


Last Updated on Saturday, 26 July 2014 17:18


Teachers want overdue retroactive pay

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President of the Antigua & Barbuda Union of Teachers (A&BUT), Ashworth Azille, said the union will be seeking an audience with Finance Minister Prime Minster Gaston Browne to discuss the long overdue retroactive pay for public school teachers.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 19:54



New Executive Installed

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Newly Installed Executive:

Front (L-R): Rolston Nickeo (1st V.P), Denise Gardiner (Asst G.S), Ashworth Azille (President), Annetta Alexander (G.S), Claxton Duberry (2nd V.P)

Rear (L-R): Joycelyn James (Asst Tres.), Gwendolyn Willock (Treasurer), Luanda Haywood, Tessa Roberts, Christianna Whyte (Members), Sherry-ann Browne, Tanya Stevens (Trustees)


Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 17:17


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Global Action Week

22-28 April 2012

Each year during its Global Action Week, the Global Campaign for Education and its members all around the world give profile to one of the core areas of the  Education For All agenda and in 2012 this is early childhood care and education. Millions of teachers, students and members of the public will come together with civil society organisations during the week 22-28 April 2012, all advocating for the rights of children, and you can take part.


Schools should be banned from administering corporal punishment. What do you think?

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