“In this caring school community, students are inspired, motivated and challenged to fulfil their potential, always striving to achieve their very best. We provide a safe, secure and happy environment where everyone can learn and develop their skills necessary for life in the 21st Century.”
‘Grainville School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment’.
Grainville School is a thriving 11-16 inclusive secondary school in the central part of the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey. We are a community-minded school with approximately 600 students and 90 staff. Our school facilities are spacious and modern, equipped with the latest technology to enhance learning. Students at Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9) follow a broad and balanced curriculum. At Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11) we offer a wide range of subjects and options, blending traditional GCSE courses with modern vocational and technical ones. We are proud of our caring and supportive school ethos where individuals matter and where students are encouraged to “go that extra mile” to achieve success. We have a “can do” culture and encourage creativity and innovation so learning is enjoyable and where students fulfil their potential.
The Grainville School Vision
At Grainville School, we value and recognise the importance of partnership with the family and the local community and proudly hold the first ever Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) in the Channel Islands. We believe that in getting parents involved, the combined commitment of home, school and community will strengthen our core purpose and better support us to achieve our aims and ensure that all students are successful.
As a forward thinking school we are reflective and encourage parents, students, staff, governors and other members of the community to share with us their views about the school, what we can do and how we can improve.
Below is a PDF of the views collated during our Vision Evening held at Grainville School on the 20th June 2013: