The school moved into its present, purpose built building in 2004 on a site shared with the Island Hall and Community Centre. It is a large site with a paved play area leading on to the large millennium sports field, which is used for playtimes and PE lessons.
The school has three large classrooms as well as an entrance hall which is used for assemblies, drama and music. We also have ample small-teaching space for one-to-one work and small-group activities. The school also has access to the larger Island Hall next door for indoor PE lessons and other activities such as concerts and school productions.
The school is well equipped and makes good use of additional resources, such as book loans from the Guille-Allès Library in Guernsey. Each room within the school is likewise well serviced, with an interactive whiteboard and projector. The school also uses a system of Chromebooks to aid and support our pupils with their learning.
Of course one of the best resources for learning is the island of Sark itself and the school makes good use of the outdoor environment as a resource for learning. The school has developed an Enrichment programme that is delivered between 2.30 and 4.30 every day, offering the children opportunities as diverse as archery, equine care and engineering.