Aims of the School

Les Beaucamps High School is committed to ensuring that every child reaches their full potential during their time at school. We believe that school should be the foundation of opportunity and success in later life and that all areas of school life should promote a culture of high aspiration, ambition and success.


High quality teaching and learning lies at the heart of excellent schools and we remain focussed on ensuring the very best provision for our pupils. The best intervention that a child can ever receive is consistently high quality teaching. Underpinning all classroom practice is the curriculum delivered by staff. At Les Beaucamps we believe that the curriculum should be personalised to the needs of our learners and offer pupils with a rich and broad foundation from which to progress to Post-16 and Higher Education.


We also care deeply about the personal development of our young people and how we can nurture their talents and enable them to contribute positively to society in later life. We are committed to offering a broad and varied extra-curricular programme to provide pupils with opportunities to learn beyond the classroom. Our pastoral care and support is focussed on removing barriers to learning to ensure that, no matter what a child’s background or personal difficulties, all pupils are able and ready to learn. We have high standards at all times and expect the very best from our pupils. We believe in a strong partnership between home and school to ensure that pupils are supported on their journey in education and preparation for adult life.



YOTS Survey

One of our aims as a school is to ensure that technology is used appropriately and effectively to support learning and teaching.

I'm aware that many of you can access the internet using all kinds of technology outside of school, whether it be a mobile phone, a computer or even a tablet. I'd like to hear about the technology you use at home, so that I can make more informed decisions about the technology we use here in our school.

Please complete the short Your Own Technology Survey (YOTS) by clicking on this link.




Rothschild Mentoring Programme

Les Beaucamps High School is delighted to be working for a second year with Rothschild Bank International Ltd on their student mentoring programme. 20 students including our Head Boy and Head Girl meet regularly with their mentors for advice and guidance on careers choices, CVs, personal statements, revision planning and even on the benefits of a good handshake! Some of the students may also be given the opportunity to spend a day at Rothschild to broaden their understanding of Guernsey’s financial industry.

Restoring lost files

If you have lost or accidently deleted files or folders on the school network click here for instructions on how to restore them.

Les Beaucamps High School




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