The Committee for Education, Sport & Culture are disappointed at plans to delay a debate on Guernsey's education reforms until January 2018Read the full story ›
The debate on the future of secondary education in Guernsey could be postponed.Read the full story ›
Battle the brains of the brightest young Islanders with these questions from the De Putron ChallengeRead the full story ›
The brightest young brains across the Bailiwicks will battle it out in the annual inter-island school quiz.Read the full story ›
Almost all staff at Guernsey's College of Further Education don't support the plans for the island's secondary education system.Read the full story ›
Funding for Guernsey's Music Service is under review according to the Vice-President of Guernsey's Education, Sport & Culture Committee.Read the full story ›
The head teacher of Le Rocquier secondary school in Jersey will retire at the end of the autumn term after 17 years at the school.Read the full story ›
The Committee for Education, Sport & Culture in Guernsey has revealed final plans to reform the island's education system.
It's proposing to build a new school next to the existing La Mare de Carteret High School which would mean three all-ability 11-16 secondary schools.
But there are others who think a two school model would be better.
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Final plans for reforming Guernsey's education system have been revealed, including an inclusive sixth form and a new secondary school.Read the full story ›
Julian Winser, Chair of the College of Further Education Board said the two school option provided the ‘best educational outcomes’.Read the full story ›