The Education Department provides a range of statutory and non-statutory education, training and support services.
The structure of education provision is broadly similar to that in England. The Department is responsible for approximately 9,000 pupils in two infant, one junior and 11 primary schools; an all age school in Alderney, three high schools, the Grammar School & Sixth Form Centre and the College of Further Education. The Department operates two special needs schools; a Centre for pupils with Social, Emotional and Behavioural difficulties and grant aids three Colleges.
Statutory education provision is from age 5 to 16.
The Education Department operates a number of Support Services which provide advice and guidance to schools and the College of Further Education. Some support services work with children and young people with special educational needs, others support children, young people and their families across the education service.
The Department is responsible for advising the States on matters relating to the Guille-Allès and Priaulx Libraries. It also provides the Schools' Library Service.
For further information on the full range of education services please go to www.education.gg
Overview of Responsibilities- Island Schools - Further education - Life-long learning
Deputy Robert W. Sillars
Deputy Andrew R. Le Lievre
Deputy Richard Conder
Deputy Christopher J. Green
Deputy Peter A. Sherbourne
Mr Jon Buckland
Contact DetailsPO Box 32
St Peter Port
GY1 3AU Tel: +44 1481 733000
Fax: +44 1481 714475
9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday - Friday
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