Students in secondary and higher education (FOI)
Students in secondary and higher education (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 15 December 2017.
The number of students currently registered in Jersey secondary education, broken down into year groups (years 7 to 11) and within each school?
The number of students currently registered in higher education, broken down into year groups (years 12 and 13) and within each school / college? In addition to A / AS level students, please include colleges offering post-16 courses such as Highlands.
The number of pupils in each year group at each school is listed in the table below. This information was taken from the census in September 2017. The next census is due to take place in January 2018.
|Number of Pupils in each year group |
|Jersey College for Girls||101||122||110||104||108||100||98||743|
|Le Rocquier ||160 ||159 ||175||160||149||N/A**||N/A**||803|
|Les Quennevais||141 ||157 ||141 ||107 ||111||N/A**||N/A**||657 |
*Hautlieu admit pupils in Year 10.
**Grainville, Haute Vallée, Le Rocquier and Les Quennevais do not have a Year 12 and 13.
The response to a recent Freedom of Information request for similar information is accessible through the following link:
School class sizes (FOI)
Highlands College do not assign students into national curriculum year groups in the same way as other schools or colleges, as they have a mixture of age groups undertaking various Level 1, 2 and 3 courses. The following numbers reflect full time students who could be assigned to curriculum year groups 12 and 13 based on their age.
The data above represents only States of Jersey maintained and fee-maintained schools. It does not include the private schools Beaulieu Convent School, De La Salle College and St Michael’s School.