Grammar School


Val Winn is the e-learning Co-ordinator and is based in Sixth Form Centre between Independent Work Area and Staff Room. She may be contacted if students need any assistance.



Technology is central to the way in which we work, learn and communicate with each other. E-learning is a rapidly evolving area and we are continually finding new ways in which to use it to support the learning process. It also allows us to extend our resources and support for learning beyond the school day and many web-based resources are available to students at the time and location of their choice. Research confirms that access to technology makes a significant impact on the learning outcomes of students.

There are a range of interactive programmes and resources available for use in school, used within subject areas. In addition, we also have a learning platform which can be accessed online and provides a set of virtual class resources and collaborative tools, to support and personalise learning outside school. It is also possible for students to submit work online and collaborate with teachers and other learners.

Interactive white boards are available for use in teaching throughout the school and our video-conferencing unit supports distance-learning courses and interactive workshops with outside organisations, such as the National Space Centre and the National Archives.


Facilities in school include access within lessons and during the school day, to a range of ICT suites. There are also designated individual study areas with computer access throughout the school campus, including the school library. To support learning in lessons, laptops are also available for a range of activities, including recording and collating scientific data.


In all areas of the school, an awareness of e-safety issues and the responsible use of technology are raised in a variety of ways. However, in order to further clarify expectations, an acceptable use policy is agreed upon by all students


For any queries on dates, please contact the school on 256571. A weekly calendar is sent to parents for both the lower school and Sixth Form Centre. 

The school term dates can be accessed from the Education Departments website.

Request for Leave of Absence
Parents are advised that leave of absence taken in term time have a serious effect on on school work.  In accordance with the islands Attendance Policy, requests to take a student out of school should be made in writing to the Headteacher by completing the attached form. 

Guernsey Grammar School and Sixth Form Centre Official Page.  Please click the link to be directed to our Facebook page.  Please 'like' the page to receive regular news updates.

@GGSSFC - Receive 'Tweets' on a regular basis by following on the above link.

@gsy_sfc.  For Sixth Form Students only. 

Book tree

Please click on the book tree to be directed to the School's Library website.

To open the Sixth Form International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and A Level Prospectus please click here.

To open the Sixth Form Information Booklet, please click here.

Years 7 to 11 Information For Parents Booklet can be opened here.