Welcome to the the complete Berkeley Institute Tutorial Listing for all Departments!!
The Mathematics Department at Berkeley Institute strives to give all students the background and skills they need for college and life. Berkeley's graduation requirement is four years of math, and all students will take courses at least through Algebra II.
Our team of Mathematics Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in math and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Mr. M. Beckles||Tues & Thurs - LUNCH||Math I & II, Integrated Math & Advanced Math||B513|
|Mr. S. Pinder||Tues - LUNCH||Math I & II, Integrated Math & AS Math||B423|
|Mr. K. Johnson M.Sc.||Thurs - AFTERSCHOOL||Math I & II, Integrated Math & Calculus||B420|
|Mr. P. Davis||Wed - AFTERSCHOOL||Math I & II, Integrated Math & Advanced Math||B517|
|Mr. T. King||Tues - AFTERSCHOOL||Math I & II & Mathematics Application II||B520|
|Mr. K. Greaves||Mon - LUNCH||Math I & II, Integrated Math & Mathematics Application II||A514|
|Mr. J. McCalla||Wed - AFTERSCHOOL||Math I & II & Mathematics Application I||B516|
|Mr. H. Taylor M.Ed.||Tues & Fri - LUNCH||Math I & II, AP Calculus AB I & II & Mathematics Application II||D419|
|Ms. O. Smith||Tues - LUNCH||Math I & II & Mathematics Application I||B520|
The Berkeley Institute’s Technical Studies Department provides students with skills and knowledge necessary, for either immediate employment in the Technical and Hospitality industry, or furthering their education at the College or University level. We provide students with the foundation required for higher education in a variety of fields.
Additionally, we provide training in areas such as NCCER Core Curriculum, NCCER Carpentry, Meal Management, and Food and Nutrition. The training integrates industry-focused education with critical thinking and problem solving skills needed for lifelong personal growth, and easy assimilation in any of these disciplines.
We also seeks to offer a wide range of electives spanning the areas of visual arts, art history, music/performance arts, music appreciation, and drama. Throughout the years the department has grown and developed a program of courses which follow curricula meeting the needs and National Standards for Education in the Arts. This department strives to complete the secondary school picture of a Berkeley education that educates the whole Berkeley man
Our team of Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling and need some assistance, please see the tutorial schedule below for our tutorial dates and times.
Family Studies Curriculum
Design Technology Curriculum
|Mrs. M. Henry-Young||Mon - Fri LUNCH||
|Mr. G. Sargeant||Tues & Thurs LUNCH||Technical Skills I & II||D219|
|Mr. T. Haynes||Tues & Thurs LUNCH||
NCCER Carpentry I & II
Adaptive Carpentry I & III
|Ms. S. Dill||Tues - 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.||
Theatre in Society
|Ms. T. Dill||
Tues - AFTERSCHOOL
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
GCSE Art & Design II
Visual Arts in Society
|Ms. N. Manders||Thurs - LUNCH||
World Dance Forms
Dance in Society
|Mrs. C. Wellman||Wed - 3:35 - 5:00 p.m.||
GCSE Art & Design I & II
Visual Art in Society
|Mr. J. Woolridge||Tues - 1:09 - 1:39 p.m.||
Choir I,II, III & IV
Concert Band I, II, III & IV
|Mr. T. Washington||Mon - Fri LUNCH||
String Ensemble I & IV
Music in Society
Welcome to the P.E & Health Department !!
The Physical Education & Health department of the Berkeley Institute is dedicated to keeping the minds and bodies of the Berkeley family healthy.
We strive to provide active innovative lessons for our students to exercise their minds and bodies; while maintaining clean, safe, and well equipped facilities for both students and staff.
Our team of Teachers are here for you. If you need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Ms. R. Rawlins||
Wed - AFTERSCHOOL
& Thur - LUNCH
Physical Ed IV
|Ms. S. DeShield||Tues & Thurs - LUNCH||
Health & Wellness
Physical Ed I, II & III
|Mr. B. Purvey||Wed - LUNCH||
|Mr. D. Boyles||
Tues - AFTERSCHOOL
& Wed - LUNCH
|Physical Ed I,II, III & IV||F203|
|Mr. R. North||Tues - LUNCH||GCSE Physical Ed. I, Physical Ed II & III||F203|
|Mr. I. Romaine||Thurs - LUNCH||
Health & Wellness
Physical Ed. III & IV
Welcome to the Business & IT Department !!
Thank you for visiting our department. In keeping with the school's curriculum, the Business & Information Technology department, sets high expectations for students in preparation for further education, work and a productive life. Although we would like that life to be in Business, we recognise that students will make different career choices. Bermuda is the re-insurance capital of the world and is still one of the most popular homes for international business. Bermuda is also one of the most 'wired' countries in the world. That is one of the reasons why companies choose Bermuda. We pledge to lay the foundation for our students to benefit from all the positive elements of 'Business' in Bermuda.
|Ms. D. Nichols Marshall||Tues & Thurs - 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.||
Business & Economics I
Virtual Enterprises Int. I & II
|Mr. S. Lawrence||Tues & Thurs - 1:10 - 1:55 p.m.||
ICT I & ICT II
|Mr. W. Herman||Tues & Thurs - LUNCH||ICP II & AP Computer Science||A509|
|Ms. Y. Smith||Tues & Thurs - LUNCH||Business & Economics||A507|
|Ms. S. Waldron||Mon - LUNCH||
Business, Personal Finance,
& Employability Skills
|Mr. H. James||Mon - Fri - LUNCH||
Marketing, Personal Law
Welcome to the Foreign Languages Department !!
In our department you can study French/Spanish language and culture. The dedicated and creative teachers in our department share a commitment to excellence of instruction, whether it is in a first year or a fourth year French/Spanish class. We, the Foreign Language teachers aim to perfect our French and Spanish scholars’ language and help them gain an appreciation of the French and Spanish culture and language.
Our team of Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in Foreign Languages and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Mrs. S. Stowe||Wed & Thurs - 3:40 - 4:15 p.m.||Spanish||B501|
|Miss G. Grant||
Mon - Wed - 3:35 -4:30 p.m. &
Thurs - 1:15 - 1:50 p.m.
|French & Spanish||B510|
|Miss S. Grant||
Wed - 3:45 - 4:30 p.m.
Thur - 3:45 - 4:30 p.m.
Fri -1:15 - 1:56
AP Spanish II
GCSE Spanish II
Spanish I &
American Sign Language I
|Mrs. T. L. Smith-Richol||
Mon - 3:30 - 4:15 p.m.
Tues - 1:20 - 1:55 p.m.
Thurs - 3:30 - 4:15 p.m.
AP French I
|Mr. P. Grimmond||
Mon, Tues & Wed -
|AP Spanish, Spanish I & II||B502|
|Miss T. Hannam||
Mon & Wed -
After School 3:35 - 4:00 p.m.
French I, II & IV
Spanish III & IV
Welcome to the Social Studies Department !!
The Berkeley Institute Social Studies Department is committed to creating an academic program that is second to none. Students in the social studies program will develop an understanding and appreciation of the contributions that diverse civilizations and cultures have made throughout history and the impact that they have had on the development of democratic ideals. Students will study contemporary geographic, social, political, and economic issues that shaped the world that our students live in today. Students completing The Berkeley Institute School Social Studies program will have the academic, critical thinking, and interpersonal communication skills that will assist them in becoming responsible and productive Bermudian and global citizens.
Our team of Social Studies Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in social studies and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Mrs. M. Morris||Tues Lunch - 1:10 -1:56 pm||
|Ms. L. Wharton||Fri Lunch - 1:10 -1:56 pm||
History I & II
|Mrs. A. Elamin-Steede||Mon Lunch - 1:10 - 1:56 p.m.||
Intro to Africa
Preserve Our Heritage
|Mr. O. Frederick||Thurs Lunch - 1:10 - 1:56 p.m.||Geography I & II||D214|
|Ms. A. Ramsay||Thurs - 1:10 - 1:56 p.m.||Geography I & II||D214|
|Mr. J. Hayward||Wed Lunch - 1:10 - 1:56 p.m.||
|Mr. S. Leslie||Thurs Lunch - 1:10 - 1:56 p.m.||GCSE Geography I & II||A519|
The English Department aims to develop the reading, writing, thinking, and speaking skills necessary for success both in collegiate work and in life, while at the same time fostering a genuine, life-long love of knowledge and an appreciation for the great drama, poetry, and prose of authors from around the world. By the end of their time at Berkeley Institute, students should be able to evaluate text critically and perform the type of research required in collegiate courses in the humanities. Along with literature and writing, students study vocabulary each year, and develop the grammatical skills necessary for effective written and spoken communication.
Our team of English Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in English and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Mrs. I. Applewhaite||Thurs - LUNCH||
English Stage 3, English II & IV
Lit. of Africa,US,Bda,Carib
|Mrs. S. Burrows||Tues - 3:35 P.M.||
English III & IV
AP English Literature I & II
|Ms. T. Parris||Thurs - LUNCH||
English Stage 1, English III
AP English Language I & II
|Ms. M. Camara||Wed - 3:35 P.M.||English I & II||A423|
|Mrs. K. Darrell||Thurs - 3:35 P.M.||
English I, III & IV
English-Second Language I & II
|Mrs. T. Key-Holmes||Wed - LUNCH||
English I & IV
Journalism & Publications
|Ms. T. Smith||Wed - LUNCH||Reading Connections I & II||A412|
|Ms. J. Telford||Wed - 3:35 P.M.||Reading Connections I, II & III||A410|
|Mrs. S. Cooper-Ferguson||Thur - 3:35 P.M.||English I, II & III||A419|
|Ms. L. Dawe||Thur - LUNCH||English I, II & IV||A423|
This department actively promotes scientific literacy, and the understanding of the unifying scientific principles that govern the physical and biological disciplines. Scientific literacy is demonstrated through effective problem solving, along with informed, responsible and ethical decision making. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the natural world utilizing the scientific method. To this end, the curriculum fosters students’ curiosity as they learn to phrase scientific questions, construct testable hypotheses, and efficiently gather data. Students analyze data quantitatively, effectively communicate their findings, and justify their conclusions.
Our team of Science Teachers are here for you. If you are struggling in Science and need some assistance, please see the tutorial flyer for tutorial dates and times.
|Mrs. L. Halstead||
Wed - 3:45 - 4:30 p.m.
Tues - Lunch
|Combined Sciences I & II||D304|
|Mr. D. Reid||Wed - Lunch||
Coordinated Science I & II
Combined Science I
|Dr. A. Lugo||By Appointment||
Coordinated Science II
Marine Science I & II
|Mr. R. Khan||Wed - 3:35 - 4:30 p.m.||
Environmental Science I & II
AP Environmental Science I
|Ms. V. James||Mon - 3:35 - 4:30 p.m.||
Chemistry I, II, III & IV
|Ms. C. Burrows||Wed - 8:00 - 8:30 a.m.||AP Chemistry I||D301|
|Ms. T. Mangar||Mon - Lunch||Biology I, III & IV||D306|
|Mr. L. Myers||Tues, Wed & Thurs - Lunch||
Biology I, III & IV
Coordinated Science I