Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers Awards set for Grand finale next month – Neal & Massy on board for 11th Oct. presentation

The Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers Awards, are coming to their culmination for another year, with the Gala Award Ceremony scheduled for October 11th.

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Gregory Brewster accepts his $500 Super Centre cash from Mr. David Rouse Operations Manager for Super Centre for his nomination of Debra Marshall-Stuart of Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic. {CLICK FOR BIGGER}

Neal and Massy is the first company to have come on board to support Royal Fidelity, in honouring the teaching profession across Barbados.

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Graeme Stoute accepts his $500 Super Centre cash from Mr. David Rouse Operations Manager from Super Centre for his nomination of Jean Wells-Greaves of Queens College. {CLICK FOR BIGGER}

Neal and Massy provided prizes for the nominators at the beginning of the process in May, and now at the completion of the competition, Super Centre has awarded $500 Super Centre cash to 3 winners whom the judges deemed the BEST 3 NOMINATORS of the competition.

The Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers’ Awards in association with the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) and the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, will annually award prizes to teachers exemplifying at a high and consistent level, qualities revered in their profession. A Blue Ribbon Panel will select the 10 Nominees considered most worthy to each receive BDS $2,000 and the title, Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teacher 2012.

Royal Fidelity is the awards sponsor and founder, in association with the Ministry of Education and Human Resources.

The awardees are selected from both Public and Private Schools across Barbados.

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