SCARCE job opportunities in the UK and other countries is one of the reasons why Guernsey has seen a high level of graduates return to the island to work, the Education minister has said.
MORE than two-thirds of graduates are now in employment having finished their studies in July last year.
PRE-SCHOOL children could not contain their excitement when turkey eggs that they have been looking after for the past month hatched.
HAVING 30 children in one Reception class when there were spaces in other schools showed the ‘inefficient’ way primary school places were allocated, a former Education board member has said.
STATES negotiating is again under the spotlight after it was revealed that teachers and the Policy Council are still at odds over last September’s pay – a year after talks began.
PROVIDING continuity of education by turning the Link Centre into a school will be the key to giving its pupils the same opportunities as their mainstream peers, Education has said.
EDUCATION is looking to improve the quality of students’ education at the Link Centre by turning it into a new special school from September.
A FRUSTRATED parent has criticised the way Education has handled the placing of children starting school in September.
THE importance of education to the progress of the technology sector in Guernsey should not be overlooked, according to a group of employers.
EDUCATION could be left with ‘tough choices to make’ if parents of 17 youngsters due to attend La Houguette and Vauvert do not agree to let their child go to another school.
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