LA HOUGUETTE will run one reception class in September, but with more children than Education’s class size policy.
Robert Sillars news
Islanders were told last night that Education will ‘go to the wire’ to make sure its vision for a world-class education system succeeds.
EDUCATION minister Robert Sillars has insisted that the merging of Vale Infants and Junior schools still ‘makes sense’ – even though the decision was originally made more than four years ago.
EDUCATION is seeking emergency meetings with the four universities that refused to treat island students the same as those in the UK.
EDUCATION will look beyond pupil numbers and results when considering whether or not to close schools, its minister has said.
CAPITAL projects, such as the rebuilding of the La Mare de Carteret Schools, could be pushed back another year if Treasury proposals to delay the States prioritisation process are approved.
PRIMARY school achievement in maths, English and science is on the rise.
EDUCATION will struggle to meet its savings target for next year and has asked the Policy Council for an extension.
THE death knell has not yet sounded for GCSEs, Education said yesterday.
ALL options are on the table for Education to cut £7.3m. from its budget in two years – and that includes closing schools and scrapping college grants, its minister has said.
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