Tag Archive for 'school'

Guernsey’s Women in Professions bursary provides valuable life skills

September 8th, 2012 by Women In Professions

Jemma Burton spent her summer holiday teaching children in Sri Lanka after winning a bursary from Women in Professions. Jemma Burton won a £1,000 bursary from the organisation, which provides networking and support for professional women in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The bursary aims to broaden the skills of local woman between the ages of […]

GTA University Centre to offer on island two year undergraduate BA (Hons) Business Studies degree

March 8th, 2012 by GTA University Centre

Guernsey students will soon have the option to study for a full-time business studies degree on island with the GTA University Centre and Bournemouth University. The two year undergraduate BA (Hons) Business Studies degree is the first full-time degree course available in Guernsey and will be offered to local students from September 2012. “This is […]

The Sustainable Schools Website

May 13th, 2010 by Richard Lord

The Sustainable schools website helps schools become more sustainable. The SUSchool website has information on biodiversity and nature, climate change, consumer and lifestyle, saving energy, homes and buildings, transportation, food, playgrounds, renewable energy, recycling and waste and water. SUSchool is a project of the Alternative Technology Centre (ATC), a not-for-profit information and education centre on […]

The Little Tree Project at St Martin Primary School

May 7th, 2010 by Richard Lord

“The Little Tree Project’ idea came about with my children at Primary School,” said Vanessa Crispini-Adams at the Tree Warden’s Lunchtime presentation on 27 April 2010. “Primary Schools have amazing grounds but because of a lack of funding and a lack of time they cannot make the most of the facilities they have.” Vanessa Crispini-Adams’ […]

4 June 2010 is World Climate Teach-in Day

April 21st, 2010 by Richard Lord

World Climate Teach-in Day will take place on 4 June 2010. Much of the scientific information on climate change remains with research centres and universities. The reason for World Climate Teach-in Day is to disseminate this information in an engaging way. The lectures on different aspects of climate change will be prepared by leading scientists […]

Safe Route to the Baubigny Schools – we’re almost there!

April 7th, 2010 by Pat Wisher

It’s been three long years but we are now close to getting the “off road” route to Baubigny Schools up and running for the new school term in September. The turning point was last December when we were finally given planning permission for the route through the vinery site with its safety improvements.