la moye school
Welcome to La Moye Primary School. We are the parish school for St Brelade in Jersey and have almost 400 pupils on roll, including a nursery unit.
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La Moye School PTA. 333 likes · 26 talking about this. Welcome to the La Moye School PTA Facebook Page – where parents and teachers of La Moye School
Also more than grateful to La Moye School’s t eachers for keep us updated and the added bonus of photos too, as a parent it’s been so reassuring to know that all is well and that they’re having an amazing time. Keep doing school proud, yourselves and us mummy’s and daddy’s too.
La Moye School is an Offshore School located in the Jersey and Guernsey Region in the local authority of Jersey Offshore Establishments. It is for Boys and Girls with an unknown number of pupils.
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La Moye School, St Brelade. A state school for boys and girls aged from 5 to 11. Local authority: Jersey.
Location: La Route Orange St Brelade Jersey JE3 8GQ
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Attendance at school is statutory and children are required to attend school for 188 days each year, and every day is important. Headteachers may only authorise absence in exceptional circumstances. In order to obtain permission parents are reminded that: Holiday bookings should not be confirmed prior to …
Peter K. Moy, DMD is a clinical professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery in the Division of Diagnostic & Surgical Sciences at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He is the first person to hold the Nobel Biocare Endowed Chair in Surgical Implant Dentistry.
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George Boomer, the headmaster at La Moye school, laid out the original links course in 1902 because Royal Jersey, home club of Harry and Tom Vardon, was becoming overcrowded. Clearly inspired, Boomer’s sons, Aubrey and Percy, both went on to become professionals and Aubrey won the French Open on a number of occasions in the 1920s.
The move to La Moye is an excellent opportunity for him to take his expertise and skills to one of Jersey’s larger primary schools. It is a logical next step for him and we are delighted at his