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Welcome From Principal

The School you choose for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parents. There are few things which are likely to have more impact on a young person’s future than the quality of the school they attend. We work to ensure that any parent who settles on The Junior and Senior School will be delighted with that choice. We believe that every child deserves the best possible educational experience as the foundation stone to launch their career and adult life and we strive to provide such a rewarding experience on a daily basis.

The Junior and Senior School provides the best possible standard of teaching and learning; we want your child to make progress and achieve to her or his full potential, leading to a place in a top university and a rewarding career. Even more importantly; we want all our students to be safe, happy and stimulated throughout their time with us.

We encourage strong values: mutual understanding, respect for others and high personal endeavour form part of our students’ everyday lives. However, being part of the school is about more than study. We offer our students a rich range of experiences that allows them to celebrate the wonder of learning about the world around them. We also build and grow other vital life skills such as intrinsic motivation to study, creativity, evaluative skills, team working, tolerance, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, problem solving, resilience and inter-personal effectiveness.

Above all we are proud of the achievements of our students, and share with them a pride in our School. We are a welcoming and caring community, where learning is enjoyed and valued. We believe that we offer the best educational experiences on the island. We hope you will gain a sense of our unique institution from this website. However, if you require further information or want to get to know even more about the school, please do not hesitate to contact us for a personal meeting.

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Deborah Duncan

Head Teacher & Principal

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it
Aristotle