Commenting on the plans which have been decided upon by the States of Deliberation for secondary education in Guernsey, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT-The Teachers' Union, said:
"There is now a plan for the future delivery of secondary education. However, rather than ending the long period of uncertainty pupils, parents and teachers have faced, anxiety will now be increased as teachers face the restructuring of their jobs. There is a real danger that some will choose to leave and teacher recruitment will compromised by the current state of flux.
"The NASUWT recognises that this decision has been made through the democratic processes and that it is now important in the interests of staff and pupils that the States work closely with the NASUWT on the implementation plan to minimise disruption of educational provision and ensure the best outcome for teachers and the young people they teach."