Ms. Charm Evans was very clear about what she wanted to accomplish on her journey to academic success. She was also always cognisant of the fact that her family and community were counting on her to succeed.
Nile Anderson, a native from Westmoreland, Jamaica, is the 2024 Rhodes Scholar. He will be attending the Oxford University and intends to pursue a degree in engineering science with a focus on applied artificial intelligence.
Teachers and students are now benefiting from a Teacher Mentorship Programme (TMP) that was recently launched at Manning's School. The programme, created and managed by the Jamaica Teaching Council (JTC), offers professional support to teachers who are new to the school or returning to the classroom after a five-year absence.
Fifteen-year-old Deja Bremmer was the toast of The Manning’s School, Westmorland, on August 21, after winning the Junior Minister of Tourism Competition in an all-female showdown at the Sandals Royal Plantation in Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Students at the Manning’s School in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, now have an improved opportunity to develop their skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) following last Friday’s…
The second oldest school in Jamaica, The Manning's School, will be making its first appearance in the ISSA daCosta Cup final, the second-oldest schoolboy football competition on the island, after…
THE Manning's School in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, is aiming to raise $100 million to restore the historic Thomas Manning Building, one of Jamaica's national treasures, which was declared a heritage site in 1999 by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust.