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Computing and ICT at secondary schools (FOI)

Computing and ICT at secondary schools (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 11 January 2016.


I would like to know which Jersey secondary schools are currently teaching "computing" (not "ICT") as a seperate subject.


The Jersey curriculum requires computing, which includes digital literacy, IT skills and computer science, to be delivered at key stage one to key stage four.

Computing is delivered as a separate subject at the following secondary schools: 

  • Grainville
  • Hautlieu
  • Jersey College for Girls
  • Le Rocquier
  • Les Quennevais
  • Victoria College

Haute Vallée School teaches computing as part of ICT in key stage three.

Teaching arrangements in the private secondary schools are not in scope of the Education Department’s FOI responsibility.

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