POOR broadband and other IT problems are blighting learning for some island schoolchildren, it emerged last night.
ALMOST a year has passed since the achievements of three hard-working youngsters were recognised in the Celebration of Achievement Young People’s Awards.
RESULTS at La Mare de Carteret High will improve if and when its long-awaited rebuild is finished, the Education minister claimed.
WINNERS of The Guernsey Society Occupation Words competition said they really enjoyed taking part.
FUNDING for English Speaking Board examinations has been withdrawn by the Education Department as part of efficiency savings.
Learning Mandarin would give islanders a competitive advantage in the future, according to the president of the Chamber of Commerce.
GUERNSEY children might soon be able to learn Mandarin at school.
English teacher Christian Schofield knows how to hold pupils’ interest. His YouTube video films aimed at Shakespeare students attract plenty of attention – and in one way or another, so does Christian, as Nick Le Messurier reports…
AFTER losing her father to coronary heart disease, Lesley Bailey wanted to raise money for and awareness of the battle against the condition.