Tag Archive for 'Baubigny schools'

Bailiwick residents invited to enter 2015 Conservation Awards by 8 May

April 30th, 2015 by Insurance Corporation

Conservations and ecologists are invited to enter the 2015 Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards to highlight work they are doing in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The awards now in their 25th year have raised the profile of many island conservation projects performed by schools, environmental groups, businesses and private landowners. Pat Wisher from the 2014 winners, […]

Alan Titchmarsh speaks about the importance of horticulture

November 26th, 2012 by Richard Lord

Alan Titchmarsh visited Guernsey recently at the invitation of St Sampson’s High School and Le Murier School to spend time with the students and share his knowledge of horticulture and growing plants. “In the summer of 2012 our students achieved fabulous results so we wanted to celebrate their achievement by getting in a high profile […]

Still time to enter team in Skipton Swimarathon to raise money for Guernsey Cardiac Action Group

October 5th, 2012 by Skipton International Ltd

The 2012 Skipton Swimarathon got off to a bang on Wednesday 3 October at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre and again on 4 October with the first of two “At large” events held in schools. So far, 30 teams have swum to raise funds for this year’s Guernsey Cardiac Action Group appeal, bringing in over £6,000 […]

It doesn’t require rocket science to cut carbon emissions. St. Sampson high school students show the way with help from the Environment Department

October 16th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Hundreds of St. Sampson High School students commute to school by bicycle.  The full bicycle racks in front of the school attest to this.  The large number of bicyclists reduce road traffic congestion and carbon emissions. The States of Guernsey Environment Department has facilitated the opportunity to bicycle to school by providing dedicated bicycling lanes.  […]

St. Sampson and Le Murier school children use new route to school

September 2nd, 2010 by Pat Wisher

School children going to St. Sampson’s High and Le Murier Schools were able for the first time at the start of term on 2 September 2010 to walk or cycle to their schools through the Guernsey’s countryside. Pedestrian safety group, Living Streets, had spent three years developing the cross country route which links existing footpaths […]