The Jersey curriculum follows the national curriculum in England. There are some differences to take into account Jersey’s unique environment, culture and history.
The curriculum is available to download by subject:
Jersey Curriculum Foreword
Jersey Curriculum Introduction
Jersey Curriculum Art & Design
Jersey Curriculum Careers
Jersey Curriculum Computing
Jersey Curriculum Design and Technology
Jersey Curriculum Drama
Jersey Curriculum English
Jersey Curriculum Geography
Jersey Curriculum History
Jersey Curriculum Languages
Jersey Curriculum Mathematics
Jersey Curriculum Music
Jersey Curriculum Physical Education
Jersey Curriculum PSHE including Citizenship
Jersey Curriculum Religious Education
Jersey Curriculum Science
Details of all Education policies are available below:
Education update from spring 2017
A guide to the changes in qualifications that came into effect in spring 2017 and how they affect students as they move through secondary education.
Education update 2017
What our schools offer
For further information about the specific curriculum (including GCSE and AS / A2 choices) offered in each school, contact the school direct.
Pupils from key stage 4 (14 - 16 years) can access vocational training and work related learning.
Further information can also be found on the school's websites:
Grainville School website
Haute Vallee School website
Le Rocquier School website
Les Quennevais School website
Hautlieu School website
Jersey College for Girls website
Victoria College (for boys) website
The legal requirements for the Jersey curriculum are detailed in section 4 part 16 of the Education (Jersey) Law 1999.
Education (Jersey) Law 1999 on the Jersey Law website