Tag Archive for 'St. Sampson High School'

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 […]

Quiz night to raise funds for The Friends of DofE Guernsey on 11 November 2011

October 28th, 2011 by Events

The Friends of DofE Guernsey are holding a quiz night for teams of four to six people on Friday 11 November 2011 at St. Sampson’s High School beginning at 7.30 pm. Tickets cost £7 per person for ‘friends’ of DofE Guernsey and £9 per person for ‘non-friends’. Sign-up to become a friend of DofE Guernsey […]

Marks & Spencer continues support for Baubigny Schools walking path

June 8th, 2011 by Living Streets Guernsey

The Marks & Spencer Guernsey Franchise has agreed to provide funding towards the rent costs of the Baubigny Schools Pathway for the next two years, the pedestrian safety group Living Streets Guernsey LBG has said. Deputy Tom Le Pelley, Chair of Living Streets Guernsey, stated “Marks & Spencer was one of the first businesses to […]

Living Streets and The Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees join St. Sampson High School students to plant hedge and trees

February 3rd, 2011 by Richard Lord

On the sunny morning of 3 February 2011 a group of students from St. Sampson High School along with members of Living Streets Guernsey, the Guernsey Bicycle Group, and The Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees (MOTT) dug holes and planted hawthorn and a selection of trees including ash, lime, horse chestnut and […]

Living Streets with the help of The Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees to plant hedging and trees along the Baubigny Schools path on 3 February 2011

January 28th, 2011 by Pat Wisher

On Thursday 3 February 2011 members of Living Streets including Deputy John Gollop, Deputy Tom Le Pelley and Vic Froome, and St. Sampson High School students, Guernsey Tree Wardens, and a team from the Community & Environmental Projects Scheme (CEPS) will plant hawthorn and some trees along 200 metres of earth banks on either side […]

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.  […]