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Nuttall Memorial Hospital welcomes all the patients and guests to the healing environment. The Nuttall Memorial Hospital is a 50- bed facility, owned by the Anglican diocese o f Jamaica and the Cayman Islands and operated by Nuttall Memorial Hospital Trust Limited. The hospital was built in 1923 to honour the memory of Archbishop Enos Nuttall, who was an outstanding church leader in Jamaica and the West Indies.

The hospital is located in the heart of Cross Roads with excellent parking facilities and easy access from both Old Hope Road and Caledonia Avenue.

We pledge to provide the highest quality medical care and to treat all our patients and their families with the dignity and respect they deserve, as we maintain the healing mission and dedication to the delivery of excellence in health care established by the founders of the hospital.
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Nuttall Memorial Hospital welcomes all the patients and guests to the healing environment. Nuttall Memorial Hospital is a 50-bed facility, owned by the Anglican diocese of Jam aica and the Cayman Islands and operated by Nuttall Memorial Hospital Trust Limited. The hospital was built in 1923 to honour the memory of Archbishop Enos Nuttall, who was an outstanding church leader in Jamaica and the West Indies.

The hospital is located in the heart of Cross Roads with excellent parking facilities and easy access from both Old Hope Road and Caledonia Avenue.

We pledge to provide the highest quality medical care and to treat all our patients and their families with the dignity and respect they deserve, as we maintain the healing mission and dedication to the delivery of excellence in health care established by the founders of the hospital.
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The Queen's Preparatory School is one of a number of Independent Church Schools operated under the auspices of the Anglican Church in Jamaica. The aim of the school, as set ou t in the Scheme of Management for Preparatory Schools of the Church in Jamaica, is as follows:. To provide a liberal and thorough education.

In pursuance of this aim, the policy of the school shall be controlled by the Diocesan Education Board on behalf of the Synod of the Jamaica Church.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Cub Scouts -Tuesdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Miss Davey
Brownies - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Jamieson
Violin - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Miss Morrison $5000. 00
Drama - Tuesdays & Thursdays Kg 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Miss Maye $3500. 00 Jr 3:30 p.m - 4:30 p.m. Reception - Grade 6
Dancing - Mondays and Thursdays $5,000
Reception & Kindergarten 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Mr. Rose- Grades 1& 2 (2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.)
Chess- Tuesdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Adv anced Players $3500 Thursdays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Beginners / Intermediate Mr. Porter
Art & Craft Club - Wednesdays 2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. Mrs. Tai/Miss Simpson $2000 (includes craft materials) Grades 1-3
Reading Clubs - Wednesdays 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Wilks (Kg Dept.) $500.00
Early Act Club -(Rotary Club of New Kingston) -Thursdays 7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Miss Ramchandani Grade 3 - 6 “Zeen” Magazine Club - Sign Language Club - Mondays
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $2500 Grades 3- 6
Environmental Club
Tennis - Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Kindergarten Dept. $4000 (1day) 3 :30 p.m. 4:30p.m.
Junior Dept. $5500 (2days) Mr. Davis
Track & Field - Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Karate - Tuesdays & Fridays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Kindergarten $4500 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Junior Dept.
Sensei Wright
The cost of Karate lessons is $4,500.00 per term for three classes per week. Two classes will be held at QPS and the third on Saturday mornings at the St. Andrew Preparatory. New students: Karate uniforms (GI) are available from Sensi Wright. Cell: 829-1686/840-6005 There is also an annual membership fee of $2,500.00 due now, which is renewable on April 1 each year.

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Football - Wednesdays 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Reception. & Kg $3000 - Wednesdays 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Grades 1 - 3. Fridays 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Grades 4 - 6
Football Club - Saturdays 9: 00 a.m. - 12:00 noon $400 per session Only for boys/girls registered with the after school programme. $600 per session for boys / girls not registered with the programme.
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The Jamaican Association On Intellectual Disabilities (JAID) is a non-governmental organisation which was founded in 1955 by Randolph Lopez, a parent of a child with Down's sy ndrome. The Jamaica Association On Intellectual Disabilities (JAID) vision is to be the national unifying organisation in creating communities where PWIDD are empowered and fully integrated. Our mission is to provide services that will positively transform the lives of all persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities in the society.

JAID services are made available through the following projects:

Schools of Special Education
Early Intervention Programme
Resource Programme
Parents and Professionals in Partnership (PProP)
Adult Continuing Education Programme
Employment Support
Primary Intervention Programme.
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Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Church Teachers' College was established in 1965 with the blessing and authority of the Rt. Rev. Percival Gibson, then Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Jamaica. Church Teache rs' College Offers opportunities for individual as well as group counseling on issues pertinent to life-changes, personal growth and development so that students may successfully navigate college life. Read more......Read less

 
 

On Monday, September 15, 1958, Glenmuir High School welcomed its first batch of fifty-five (55) students. His Excellency, Sir Kenneth Blackburne, Governor of Jamaica, official ly declared the school opened, two weeks later. Known then as Glenmuir Co-educational High, the school was part of an extensive educational programme launched that year by the then Lord Bishop of Jamaica, the late Rt. Rev. Percival W. Gibson.

History records that Custos George W. Muirhead offered his property in Mocho, Clarendon, as a possible site for the school. Eventually the location of his May Pen home, situated on 25 acres of land, was made available at a cost of £13, 500. Robert DeRoux was entrusted with the task of making sure that ‘Muir ’ was forever immortalized in the name of the school.

This house provided classrooms, and the three staff members along with headmaster, Dr. Sydney Howard Scott, established the academic goal of preparing students for the General Certificate of Education at b oth levels.

In 1959, the school was recognized as a Government Grantaided one. With a generous grant from the Anglican Church to the tune of £20,000, and a further £10,000 from a society in England, and the tireless efforts of successive Boards of Governors, classrooms, science laboratories, home economic centre and woodwork shop were erected.

The decade of the sixties saw the establishment of the Parents Teachers ’ Association. Several illustrious educators also joined the Glenmuir family, including School Chaplain and Religious Instructor, Rev. Eric W. A. Dean in 1965.

By 1974, there were 29 teachers, including the Vice Principal, Mrs. D.V. Brown. Four years later, she left for the Principal post at Bishop Gibson, another Anglican high school and was succeeded at Glenmuir by Mrs. Zetilda Morgan.

When the foundation Principal retired after 25 years and handed over the baton to past student, Clement Radcliffe, the student population stood at 1091. With the a ssistance of Vice Principals, Marjorie Henry, Valsie Sommerville, Cynthia Bridge and Beryl Clarke, the high standards and ideals of the institution were kept intact. In July 2008, the school ’s population stood at 1459 students, 79 teachers, with Vice Principals, Mrs. Dahlia Bartley and Mrs. Karen Radcliffe. Of note too, is the unwavering contribution of past students who have made the continued development of their alma mater their life long ambition. For example there are currently thirty-four (34) past students on the teaching staff.

They, with board members, teaching, administrative and ancillary staff, parents, past students and well wishers, have pooled their energy and talents to ensure that Glenmuir will withstand the challenges to be faced in the next fifty years.
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Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

 
 

Catholic Churches, Diocese of Mandeville, located on the south-central parts of Jamaica caters to Clarendon, Mandeville and St. Elizabeth. Becoming a diocese in 1997, we cater to a catholic community that consists of an estimated 7,000 persons. The diocese consists of numerous organizations, both religious and secular, as well as Clinics, homes and a retreat house. Read more......Read less

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