30 January 2023
A report on Beaulieu School will be published on the Government of Jersey website today.
The review took place in November 2022 using the Jersey Schools Reviews Framework. The JSRF
aspires to further enhance the effectiveness of education in Jersey through the evaluation, support
and challenge of schools.
The Beaulieu review team was made up of five people, including an experienced off-Island
education consultant, and four education advisers from the Education Department.
During the review, the team visited 54 lessons and mentor sessions, and spoke with groups of
pupils, teachers, and representatives of the board of trustees. They also sampled pupils’ and sixth
The headlines of the review were shared with Beaulieu School parents at a meeting on Thursday
evening. The full report, which was shared with parents on Friday, will be published in full on the
Government of Jersey website.
Paul Robinson, Acting Headteacher, said: “I’d like to thank the reviewers for their work and findings,
as well as all the students and staff who supported the review. I welcome the reviewers’
recognition of the warm and caring environment, and the high expectations we have of our
“I’d also like to thank the reviewers for their carefully considered recommendations for
improvement. Staff across all levels are committed to building on these recommendations, to
ensure a continuous improvement in the provision at Beaulieu.”
Minister for Children and Education, Deputy Inna Gardiner, said: “I’d like to thank Beaulieu School
for volunteering to be the first non-provided, grant funded school to be reviewed under the Jersey
Schools Review Framework (JSRF).
“JSRF reviews consider the whole school: pupils’ behaviour and development, the environment, the
school leadership, standards of teaching, learning and assessment. Each review is a starting point
for further collaboration between the department and the school to ensure continuous
“The nature of that collaboration will depend on the exact relationship between the Government of
Jersey and individual schools. In the case of non-provided, grant funded schools, we will continue
to support the directors and leadership in delivering on their action plan, and review their progress
during the spring.”
All school reviews are published online: