Why children and young people go to specialist schools and settings
The needs of most pupils are met in mainstream schools. This is through high quality teaching and special educational needs support.
Every effort is made to ensure that suitable education is provided within a mainstream school.
Some children may need more support and require a more specialist placement. This could be on a full-time, part-time, short term or long term basis.
Special educational needs schools
|School||Needs met||Year group or age|
Mont a l'Abbe||Learning difficulties||Nursery to 19 years old|
|La Sente Key Stages 2 and 3|
Social emotional and mental health
|Years 3 to 9|
|La Sente Key Stage 4||Social emotional and mental health||Years 10 and 11|
Specialist centres within mainstream schools
|School||Needs met||Year group|
Bel Royal||Physical and medical||Nursery to Year 6|
Grainville||Autism and social communication||Year 7 to 11|
|Haute Vallee||Autism and social communication||Year 7 to 11|
St Clement||Deaf and hearing impaired (combined with Le Rocquier school)||Nursery to Year 6|
|Le Rocquier||Deaf and hearing impaired (combined with St Clement school)||Year 7 to 11|
Les Quennevais||Physical and medical||Year 7 to 11|
|Autism and social communication||Reception to Year 6|
St Saviour||Autism and social communication||Nursery to Year 6|
Skills Jersey Traineeship Programme
The Skills Jersey Traineeship Programme is a 1 year full-time programme for 16 to 19 years old.
It's an opportunity for personal development before embarking into the world of employment through:
Find out more on the
Skills Jersey Traineeship Programme.