Acceptance to Hautlieu secondary school (FOI)
Acceptance to Hautlieu secondary school (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 23 July 2019.
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What is the amount of students that have entered Hautlieu secondary school from each primary school?
Could you please list the results as percentage of the students in each primary school. For example; If one student of 25 from a primary school entered Hautlieu in a specific year, this would be 4% of this schools year group entered Hautlieu.
Please give the number for each school from the same year, but feel free to choose the latest year you have full information of this.
The percentage of pupils that have entered Hautlieu from each primary school is listed in the table below. The data included in the table represents pupils entering Hautlieu (Year 10) in the academic year 2019/20 and the primary school they attended in the summer term of their final year of primary school (Year 6). Percentages have been independently rounded to the nearest five in order to protect the identity of individual pupils.
Primary School attended in Year 6 (Summer 2016)
% of pupils entering Hautlieu Year 10 (Summer 2019)
|Bel Royal ||15|
|Jersey College Preparatory||15|
|La Moye ||15|
|Mont Nicolle ||10|
|Rouge Bouillon ||10|
|Victoria College Preparatory||5|
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