The Bailiwick of Guernsey currently has seven establishments that provide education to students of secondary school age. In Guernsey there are three 11-16 High Schools, an 11-18 Grammar School & Sixth Form Centre and two special schools. In Alderney there is a single 4-16 school.
Secondary and post-16 education in Guernsey is undergoing a period of transformation. Following the decision by the States of Deliberation to end selection at age 11, from September 2019, the four mainstream secondary schools Year 7 intake is an all-ability profile, from their respective partner primary feeder schools.
The two secondary special schools, Le Murier and Les Voies, specialise in special education needs and social, emotional and behavioural difficulties respectively. Le Murier is co-located with a high school and can facilitate up to 130 pupils. In addition to supporting up to 56 pupils, Les Voies also supports learners across the Bailiwick that have social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
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Exciting plans to transform our secondary school education: https://gov.gg/secondaryeducation