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Jersey Residential Day 2

Our year 9 students have had a great first full day in Jersey.

The aim of this residential is to enable these young people to apply some of the important lifeskills they have been developing in school. 22 more words


Jersey Residential

Mrs Storey’s group at Guernsey Harbour waiting to board the Condor Liberation ferry to travel to Jersey for their residential experience.
They will be based at the Durrell Wildlife Park.


Celebrating 70 years of Liberation!

Remembering the Occupation during the Second World War is an important part of our island’s history. Jo Dowding, Access and Learning Manager of Guernsey Museum and Galleries arranged for our students to experience living history with German and British soldiers reenacting life in Guernsey during the Occupation. It was fascinating!


Egg-Drop Challenge 2015

The egg-drop challenge is an annual problem-solving activity undertaken by students in Middles. Mr Garton challenges them to design a protective cover for a fresh egg. 28 more words


Everything Trans

At one point in time, I was a Latin scholar.  I think I won medals for being able to read and write in Latin.  This might sound terrible but what I’m realizing now is I was happy although I would’ve been happier had I won gold medals and not the stupid silver ones.   812 more words



Blog Post # 25

All stories have a beginning, middle and end, including each of our personal stories. Most of us spend most of our lives in the middle of our stories. 2,919 more words



Communicating is one of the important Core Skills that our students develop throughout their time at Le Murier. A group of year 9 students really enjoyed discovering how sound travels as part of a scientific focus on communicating through speech.