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Education

This department does what it says on the tin looking at schools, teaching and further education for islanders.

The Education Department is responsible to the States of Guernsey for the administration of education in the Bailiwick excluding Sark which operates its own school.

The Department looks after three infant schools, 10 primary schools, two junior schools, five secondary schools, three special needs schools and the College of Further Education in Guernsey as well as an all-age school in Alderney and a small primary school in Herm.

The department is to advise the States on matters relating to:-

The provision of Education (including vocational and industrial training) in Guernsey, Alderney and Herm.

It's also responsible for:-

  • Providing assistance for students taking courses of education not provided directly by the Department
  • The Education Development Centre
  • Youth employment and careers advice
  • The employment of children
  • Support Services for children with learning difficulties or behavioural
    problems
  • Schools' Music Service
  • Youth organisations
  • The Guilles Allés Library
  • The Priaulx Library.

Minister:-

  • Deputy Carol Steere

Deputy Minister:-

  • Deputy Allister Langlois

Other Members:-

  • Deputy Mike Collins
  • Deputy Matt Fallaize
  • Deputy David de Lisle

last updated: 18/06/2008 at 14:11
created: 27/12/2006

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