Grainville School focuses on developing young independent learners as one of its main priorities.
Grainville Leadership Award
The Grainville Leadership Award provides opportunities for students at Grainville to gain leadership experiences and develop skills such as team work, problem solving and communication. The award is in recognition of achievements in leadership at different levels throughout the school. From sports teams to student council, from digital leaders to Duke of Edinburgh (DofE). Grainville offers multiple opportunities to develop and demonstrate leadership. Each student has a Leadership Passport is responsible for recording their progress, duly validated by staff.
Students in Year 7 and 8, work towards KS3 Bronze, Silver and KS3 Gold Leadership Awards, achieving a certificate and badge to recognise their hard work, as well as gain valuable house points.
Students in Year 9, 10 and 11, work towards KS4 Bronze, Silver and Gold Leadership Awards.
Grainville as a community is always looking at ways of developing the skills and strengths of young people and as such this award allow students to really excel in their chosen areas. From sports teams to student council, from digital leaders to DofE, Grainville offers multiple opportunities to develop and demonstrate leadership skills.
Grainville School Head Boy and Head Girl
Staff and Year 11 students combine to elect a Head Boy and Head Girl from the team of school prefects. The Head Boy and Head Girl represent the school in this prestigious position and act as joint chair on the Student Council.
Academic year 2019 – 2020
Head Girl : Rylan Jeanne
Head Boy: Oscar Davey-Williams
Deputy Head Girl: Fern Siouville
Deputy Head Boy: Charlie Le Brocq
Grainville School Prefects
All senior students at Grainville can apply for the role of a Prefect. These students hold posts of responsibility and are positive ambassadors for the school. There are currently 44 prefects in Year 11.
Grainville has an elected Student Council who meet regularly with their staff coordinator. Council members are representatives and ambassadors for the general student body. The Student Council are co-chaired by the Head Boy and Head Girl. Students throughout the school are encouraged to play an active role in student matters and they can contact the Student Council through their elected form representative.
Students from each year group are trained as peer mentors to support students on induction to the school and during lunchtimes, or they may also provide support for our less confident students throughout the year.
Students are encouraged to develop their leadership roles through a wide range of Sporting Leadership positions.
Duke of Edinburgh Award
The Duke of Edinburgh Award programmes are open to 14 to 24 year olds. The Award is delivered in Jersey’s schools and youth organisations by Directly Licensed Centres. Students can complete an award in the bronze, silver and gold categories. The DofE programme at Grainville School is led by Mr Bennett, Assistant Headteacher email@example.com
To achieve the award, students will need to complete a personal programme of activities in four sections (or five if students wish to achieve the gold award):
- volunteering: helping people or the community
- physical activity: getting fitter
- developing skills
- going on an expedition
- taking part in a residential activity (gold award only)
There’s a lot of choice, so students can tailor the programme to their individual interests.
Students pick up new experiences, friends and talents that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
Grainville Army Cadet Force
Grainville is proud to be the only 11-16 state school in Jersey to have its own detachment as part of the Jersey Militia Army Cadet Force. This places Grainville in a select group of only 60 state schools in the UK with its own cadet force.
Jersey ACF has two detachments, one based at the Army Reserve Centre on Mount Bingham and another at Grainville School.
The Jersey ACF is a youth organisation catering for 12 to 18 year olds whose aim is to develop young people in adventurous training, teamwork and leadership. Although affiliated with the British Army, and locally the Jersey Field Squadron, the ACF is not a recruitment arm of the Army. The ACF undertakes a number of activities ranging from camping and field craft to parachuting, as well as navigation, drill, shooting, field cooking, first aid, climbing and much more.
Miss S. Hill is the Grainville staff member to contact to find out more about the ACF firstname.lastname@example.org