Bermuda National School Salute

The Royal Gazette family together with a team of teachers and students from the eight senior schools and five middle schools of Bermuda have been working all year to bring you The National School Salute Magazine series.

Students have been meeting during classes and lunch periods to work on their articles, photography and features.

Join us as we explore behind the scenes as the student editorial teams take a holistic view of their school, sharing school standards, history, curriculums, clubs, classes and so much more. We hope you enjoy the series.

Today we salute our leaders of tomorrow
Bermuda High School

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Saltus Grammar School Raising the Bar!!!

The Transformation Years

House Chores & Activities

THE IMPORTANCE OF CHORES FOR TEENS By Karen LoBello Independence, responsibility and other rewards that come from helping out around the house Some teens go off to college without knowing how to use

Middle School Students Moral & Ethical Development

1. Are essentially idealistic; have a strong sense of fairness in human relationships; 2. Experience thoughts and feelings of awe and wonder related to their expanding intellectual and emotional awareness; 3. Ask large, unanswerable questions

A Parent’s Challenge

Let’s face it, all parenting is a challenge. This two-week challenge is designed to make each day a bit better than the day before. DAY 1: Go the entire day without raising your voice. DAY 2: Invite your children

Middle School Students Physical Development

1. Experience accelerated physical development marked by increases in weight, height, heart size, lung capacity, and muscular strength; 2. Mature at varying rates of speed. Girls tend to be taller than boys for the first two years

The role of Technology

If you’re the parent of a tween or teenager, you’re likely concerned about their use of social media -- a Pew Research Center study found that, among 13- and 14-year-olds, 57 per cent were on Facebook, 21 per

Middle School Students Psychological Development

1. Are often erratic and inconsistent in their behaviour; anxiety and fear are contrasted with periods of bravado; feelings shift between superiority and inferiority; 2. Have chemical and hormonal imbalances which often trigger emotions that are frightening and

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.”

John F. Kennedy

A New Generation:

The 4 C’s