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  • New News Story

    New News Story

    Published on 25/01/2016

    Teachers, pupils and parents held a jumble sale on 23rd January to raise funds for the school's summer camping trip to Guernsey.

     

  • New News Story

    New News Story

    Published on 16/12/2015

    Parents visit school for our Family Afternoon in Class 1 and the first Open Afternoon in Class 2 .

  • Opera in School

    Opera in School

    Published on 25/09/2015

    A magical day of opera in school.

  • Barnaby Bear - mine disposal expert, and Class 3 training to be 'Merry Men'

    It's been a busy week this week.

    On Saturday November 15th, Barnaby Bear assisted Connor (and a bomb disposal expert from Guernsey) with the demolition of several World War II landmines.

    While onTuesday November 18th, Class 3 were lucky enough to undertake some archery practise with the help of 'Adventure Sark'.

  • Bear-tastic Time at Our Family Afternoon

    The first family afternoon of the year had a 'bear' theme following on from Class 1's project on bears this half-term.  A great time was had by the 21 adults and 23 children who squeezed into the school hall on Friday afternoon.

  • School Heads for Herm!

    School Heads for Herm!

    Published on 01/07/2014

    The school heads to Herm for 3 days of camping and learning in the open air.

  • Sark School Cricket Team in Kwik Cricket Tournament

    The school cricket team travelled to Guernsey to take part in the Kwik Cricket Tournament at the island's cricket ground KGV.

  • Student of the Year

    Student of the Year

    Published on 17/06/2014

    Sark Student is Student of the Year for the Nisai Virtual Academy for the second year running!

  • Commonwealth Baton Relay Visits Sark School

    On Thursday 15th May the Commonwealth Baton arrived in Sark and a visitn to Sark School where all the children had the opportunity to take part in a realy around the school field.

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