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Old 25th September 2017, 01:30 PM
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Default Re: Dept Of Education Gibraltar

As you Asking for the Information About the Department of Education of the Government of Gibraltar the Information is given below

About the Department : The Department of Education is under the control of the Director of Education, who has a duty to promote education in Gibraltar generally, to control and direct educational policy, to administer and inspect all schools and to ensure the due administration of the provisions of the relevant legislation

Education System :

The School System


There are 14 schools and one college of further education in Gibraltar. All teacher training takes place in UK universities and colleges, and teachers must have a registration number issued by the Department for Education (UK).

Pre-school education

The Gibraltar government provides a number of nursery places for pre-school children, the current provision for these children is catered for by Varyl Begg Nursery, St Pauls Nursery, St Marys Nursery, Governors Meadow Nursery, St Bernards Nursery, Notre Dame Nursery and St Josephs Nursery.

Primary education

Primary education is free, full-time and compulsory for Gibraltar. Schools are all co-educational and English is the language of instruction. Spanish is introduced formally as a subject in middle school (year 4), but may be employed earlier as a teaching aid in special circumstances.


Secondary education

The secondary curriculum is defined by national curriculum legislation. In the first two years (8 and 9), secondary schools offer a broad compulsory curriculum that includes English, Mathematics, Science, French or European studies, Spanish, History, Geography, Art, Music, Religious Education, Physical Education, Design and Technology and Information and Communications Technology.


Gibraltar College

Full time education in Gibraltar is primarily focused on intermediate and advanced courses in information technology, business and finance studies, and built environment studies.

Higher education

Degree and higher national diploma courses are followed at United Kingdom universities, in the main. Gibraltar government scholarships are available to eligible students.

For more information you may Contact to the Government of Gibraltar the contact Number is given below

Contact Detials :

Government office
Joshua Hassan House,
Secretary's Lane
Attorney General's Chambers: 200 78882
If Busy Call: 200 70723
If Busy Call: 200 76921
If Busy Call: 200 76931
Fax: 200 79891
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