Upcoming Events

Sep
26
Mon
12:25 pm Art Club, All Years @ Lunchtime, Rm 112 (Ms. Shapcott)
Art Club, All Years @ Lunchtime, Rm 112 (Ms. Shapcott)
Sep 26 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm Football Training, Year 8 @ Lunchtime, Playing Field (Mr. Lee)
Football Training, Year 8 @ Lunchtime, Playing Field (Mr. Lee)
Sep 26 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm PSCHE, PACE Club, All Years @ Rm 108 (Lee Merrien, Lisa, Carys)
PSCHE, PACE Club, All Years @ Rm 108 (Lee Merrien, Lisa, Carys)
Sep 26 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm Science, STEM Club @ Lunchtime, Rm 17, (Mr. Ward/Miss. Barclay)
Science, STEM Club @ Lunchtime, Rm 17, (Mr. Ward/Miss. Barclay)
Sep 26 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 
12:25 pm Walking Club, All Years @ Meet in Reception (Mrs. Vaudin)
Walking Club, All Years @ Meet in Reception (Mrs. Vaudin)
Sep 26 @ 12:25 pm – 1:25 pm
 

Our Tweets

Check out our photo albums of @LamareHighSchoo, Government House & the #RoundIslandChallenge on our Facebook page:… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… Retweeted by La Mare High School 6 hours ago

Guernsey win the Swimming Inter-Insular, leading from the word go, as they beat Jersey 237-183 Retweeted by La Mare High School 10 hours ago

.@GuernseyFC have their first win of the season, beating Herne Bay 5-1. @TonyVanceGFC says second half changes made… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… Retweeted by La Mare High School 10 hours ago

Validation Report (click to view full report)

Validation report: La Mare de Carteret High School
Validation dates: 8 February 2016

Here are the evaluations for La Mare de Carteret High School.

Improvements in performance Good
Learners’ experiences Very good
Teaching for effective learning Very good
Meeting learning needs Very good
Improvement through self-evaluation Very good
Leadership of improvement and change Very good

Youth Speaks

Youth Speaks 2016The annual Rotary Youth speaks competition took place on Tuesday 27th January a public speaking competition where all schools compete. Year 11 students Lauren Guille, Savannah Goddard and Cameron Ashplant from La Mare de Carteret High School presented a speech “Being Young is Overrated” which combined the embarrassing issues of adolescence and the more serious growing concern of mental health issues affecting young people today. A stunning highly polished performance prepared by Mrs Champion and Mr Dodd. The group won both the intermediate and overall competition. We look forward to the next round of regional competitions due to take place in Southampton in early March.