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Children, Young People, Education and Skills

The Children, Young People, Education and Skills Department provides learning opportunities that begin at nursery and continue through statutory, further and higher education to adulthood
12 April 2021

More young people to return to Island youth clubs

From this week, and in line with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, Jersey Youth Service can welcome back more children and young people to the Island’s youth clubs.

25 March 2021

Students and teachers reminded to keep testing

More than 10,000 Lateral Flow Tests have been taken in schools since they were introduced at the start of February.

19 March 2021

Government confirms teacher assessment for all exams

Secondary schools and colleges in Jersey have received further confirmation of the grading process for students this summer.

19 March 2021

Statement on overseas students returning to Jersey at Easter

A statement from the Minister for Children and Education, Deputy Jeremy Maçon

What we do

Our aim is to provide education that ensures opportunity and is equal for all. We provide learning opportunities beginning from nursery and continuing through statutory, further and higher education to adulthood.

We are responsible for children’s services and education, including higher and further education policy, apprenticeships and wider skills in Jersey. This includes:

  • providing and monitoring an effective curriculum and teaching and learning for 3 to 19 year olds
  • professional development and training of all teaching staff
  • supporting and providing advice to head teachers
  • making educational provisions for the special needs of all children
  • providing careers advice
  • providing financial assistance for higher education courses
  • delivery of the Jersey’s youth service
  • registration of childcare settings
  • delivery of library services across Jersey
  • liaison with the trusts and voluntary organisations for the promotion of childcare
Education partnership is a social partnership agreement between the States of Jersey and the The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT).

Ministers

Trevor Pointon

Assistant Minister
t.pointon2@gov.je
01534 864224

Scott Wickenden

Assistant Minister
s.wickenden@gov.je
01534 875218

Documents, policies and publications

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