VALE Primary School’s merger is complete, its first head teacher has said.
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A UNIVERSITY based in Guernsey would make a profit even in the ‘worst case’ scenario, the private sector group behind the plans has said.
THE current online ‘Save Our Secondary Schools’ campaign by parents demanding answers about the island’s so-called ‘failing’ schools will be an unwelcome development for Education.
CONCERNED parents have joined forces online in an attempt to get Education to do something about the island’s ‘failing’ secondary schools.
AS THE controversy about the GCSE exam results continues, it is clear that for many islanders – and experts, as the letter on this page confirms – the central issue behind the poor showing is management, leadership and teaching.
EVERY week that passes, the Education Department spends around £1.4m to give this island’s youngsters a better fure by educating them to meet it.
EDUCATION is being pressured into publishing predicted grades in a bid to provide a clearer picture of exam achievements.
RESULTS at La Mare de Carteret High will improve if and when its long-awaited rebuild is finished, the Education minister claimed.
ST ANNE’S pupils have surveyed businesses along Victoria Street to find out how French friendly they are.
EDUCATION has congratulated students for achieving a ‘fantastic set of A Level and Level 3 results’ today.