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Andreas School

Welcome to the wiki for Andreas School

This site will give you information about Andreas School.

In the case of Urgent News such as the school being closed due to Adverse Weather, please see our dedicated page.

Andreas School is on Twitter. To find out more and to register for this service click here.

Information on Staff can be found here.

Your children are the centre of our lives and they have their own wiki that has sections that can only be accessed with their individual passwords. However, we are able to share information with you about clubs, trips, websites and the curriculum.


Parents and Carers. These pages will give you direct links into our Prospectus, Our School Vision, Dinner and Milk Money, Class pages, relevant Policies, Uniform, Clubs run by external agencies Mums and Tots and Calendar of events or workshops specifically for you. School Newsletters can be found on our Blog Pages. Information for parents of children with additional needs can be found here. Individual classes can be found here and information on sports here.

Parental views

We value your opinions. Please comment on our draft policies.

Friends of Andreas School.

This committee is highly enthusiastic and successful. They organise many events for the children and community, whilst also raising significant funds to purchase items for the schools.

SAPERE Bronze Award for Philosophy for Children

Andreas School has become the first on the Island to win an award for Philosophy for Children (P4C). We are delighted to have achieved the SAPERE Bronze Award. This is in recognition of our commitment to the approach to developing thinking skills.

Making the award, SAPERE said “P4C is firmly embedded at the school, led by an enthusiastic and committed teacher, Steph Cottier. The school has provided excellent evidence of the progress made by pupils using P4C.”

Geoff Moorcroft, Director of Education, has also congratulated the school, saying: “P4C is a demanding but rewarding way to approach the curriculum that has been proven to encourage the development of intellectual, communication and social skills. I’m delighted that Andreas’ work in this area has been recognised by SAPERE and that the school is routinely offering such rich, vibrant and challenging opportunities for learning for its pupils.”

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