The Committee for Education, Sport & Culture has launched a public survey to capture islanders' views on the relative importance of different priorities for secondary education.
Members of the public are asked to provide their views on a range of priorities, including the optimal number of students at each school site, factors to be taken into consideration for any transition from the current model of secondary education to a new one decided by the States, the relative importance of a range of facilities and the structure of sixth form provision.
The public survey follows similar surveys completed by hundreds of staff in education during the summer term. Feedback from the public will feed into the analysis of each of the four secondary education models the States have directed are included the review. The survey results will support further consultation being carried out over the autumn term with staff of the four mainstream secondary schools.
The public survey will run until 11.59pm on Sunday 27th September. It can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/gsysecondaryreview