A level musicians, the Percussion Ensemble, the String Orchestra and the Senior Concert Band treated their audience to a wonderful spring concert. It also offered a chance to thank our Year 13 musicians for their musical contributions to the College.
AB House is delighted to say that the variety show raised over £600. Thanks to all who contributed in any way.
A huge well done to all those Year 8 girls involved in the Travtel tournament today against UK and Guernsey schools. The 8b team had some some tough games and strong opposition but enjoyed the new challenge. The 8a team only …
Jersey Eisteddfod Needlework and Textile Art Awards Congratulations to our GCSE & A Level Textile students who have won the following Needlework and Textile Art Awards: The Embroiderers' Guild Junior Trophy : Sophie The Creativity Cup : Lydia The Win Perchard Rose Bowl : …
GCSE and A Level students enjoyed their textile art workshop with renowned textile artist Julia Triston. They came away with many interesting techniques and samples to contribute towards their coursework.
House Science has been a great success with students really enjoying the boat project. Here are the results: 1st: Garrett Anderson 2nd Curie Fry 3rd Inglis 4th Nightingale 5th Austin Bartlett 6th Cavell
House Debate Finals: Year 11 CF and NI debated the motion: ‘this house believes that veganism solves environmental problems.’ After some strong debating, the results were as follows 1st Curie Fry 2nd Nightingale 3rd Inglis 4th Garret Anderson 5th Austen-Bartlett & Cavell
A huge well done to all the students that took part in the Swimarathon today and raised £1074.30. For those with competition in mind, the house order was as follows: 1st Curie Fry 2nd Cavell 3rd Inglis 4th Austen Bartlett 5th …
Inglis and Cavell have won the House Buddy Baking competition. =1st Inglis for taste- Sofia and her buddies =1st Cavell for Creativity- Lily and her buddies. 3rd - GA 4th - CF 5th - NI 6th - AB
Congratulations to the four JCG finalists, Julia, Lydia, Jess and Rhea, who performed so well in last night’s PwC Jersey Young Musician of the Year competition. They are all a great credit to themselves, their families and their teachers. …
The U14 A & B teams played in the Jersey Secondary Schools netball tournament yesterday. Both teams played with maturity and enthusiasm, working well together to perform some excellent netball with a high level of skill. Winning all of their games …
Some of our A level MFL students took part in a challenging translation contest, Juvenes Translatores, for secondary school pupils in the European Union, organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Translation. The competition involved translating a complex text from …
Year 12 textile students have been selected to take part in the Royal Opera House’s Prestigious Annual Design Challenge competition. This challenge gave them the opportunity to test and develop their design skills based around the Kenneth Macmillan’s ballet ‘…
The Year 10 and 11 netball teams played today in the Jersey Schools Netball tournament at Hautlieu. Both teams played some outstanding netball, demonstrating excellent teamwork and a high level of skill. Winning all of their games, the Year 11 team finished as …
JCG student, Olive, spent 4 weeks living independently in the Aosta Valley in Italy based with the British Ski Academy, with a busy schedule of ski racing and training, academic lessons and fitness training, and participated in the Welsh Alpine Ski …
JCG entered two teams into the U18 netball tournament today at Hautlieu and played some excellent netball demonstrating a high level of skill, teamwork and sportsmanship. Congratulations to the JCG Year 12 team who were placed runners up to the JCG …
Mrs de Louche is very proud of all Food & Nutrition students who took part in the Rotary Young Chef Competition. Congratulations to winner, Hannah, and Iola won the Jersey Dairy award for best use of local produce. Holly and Sophie …
A level Biology students enjoyed a fascinating day participating in lectures and workshops with Professor Guy Sutton from Nottingham University. Year 12 learned about Health and Disease and Year 13 learned about the structure and function of the brain.
Our students attended the Children's Network to contribute to the new children’s plan for Jersey.
We welcomed a wide range of representatives from the world of work at JCG Careers Fair. Students had the opportunity to talk to them about their future pathways.
The Psychology Department is delighted to welcome back Dr Guy Sutton for our annual Brain Day. We have observed a sheep brain dissection and learnt about biological influences on mental health and criminal behaviour.
Year 10 are privileged to hear Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s talk on ‘why we are made of star stuff’
Last night’s first rehearsal of the adult Community Choir comprising parents, friends and staff from both Colleges was a great success. Under the baton of VCJ’s Director of Music Mr Francis Murton, the choir has been created to …
Garrett-Anderson family and friends enjoyed a lively and fun quiz last night raising funds for their two house charities Jersey Cancer Relief and the British Red Cross Society. Thanks to everyone who supported the event in a quiz team and …
JCG has recently been highly commended for community outreach by the Independent School Parent Magazine. The award recognises the community involvement of the College through its JCG Serves programme. Harriet Cottrell, organizer of the Independent School of the Year awards …
Hannah won the Nottingham 1 star Under 15 competition on Saturday and reached the final of the Under 13 Competition. On Sunday she reached the semi final of the 2 star Under Q3 competition and she won the 2 star Under 15 competition.
To achieve this award, JCG has worked closely with Victoria College and Jersey’s Children’s Commissioner, set up a student-led steering group and developed an action plan to ensure that: · The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the …
After an 18 month programme, Miss Toni Rollo was awarded the nationally recognised NPQH qualification which provides recognition of leadership development and professional achievement in preparation for headship. Carl Howarth Principal stated: ‘We are delighted that Miss Rollo has been successful …
Our Y11 Food and Nutrition students made and served soup at the Shelter's Soup Kitchen in the Royal Square.
This weekend Alice competed in a competition within St John Ambulance, Jersey, in which there were various tasks, such as a first aid assessment and an interview, that she had to undertake to become Cadet of the Year 2019. Having achieved …
A Christmas Carol - we are immensely proud of our cast, crew and the whole team who have prepared a fantastic show for us all to enjoy this Christmas. Congratulations and well done to all.
Senior Maths Challenge – a big well done to all, especially our Y12 winners (Bronte, Izzy, Emma and Tara) who beat all other schools and year groups! Thanks to Victoria College for hosting.
Congratulations to Mathilda who won her class in the Spanish Eisteddfod.
US VS THEM. Sixth form netball match v Victoria College . The girls won 24-7! Well done everyone.
Win for Olive in Eisteddfod
Ellie recently took part in a Jersey Finance competition, for which she wrote an essay about the challenges she thinks Jersey’s finance industry will face in the next 50 years. She won the competition and today collected her fantastic prize …
How are your translations skills? Our students used their linguistic brains in the Juvenes Translatores competition this morning. Their entries have been submitted. We'll look forward to hearing how they got on.
A merry Eco team of bulb planters came to school on Saturday morning. They are looking forward to seeing bright flowers appear next spring. Thanks to them for working to improve our environment.
Y7 students Solene (captain), Erin, Erin, Lucy, Tilly, Estelle and Kiera recently took part in a 5 a-side football tournament and came 3rd overall (out of 6 teams). The students, never having played as a team before, did really well winning 2 games, …
The ‘JCG Tigers’ did us proud by achieving 2nd place. All 3 teams made significantly more money than last year, and the gap between our highest achieving team and the winners was narrowed considerably.
Our two poetry winners, Olivia and Hannah, attended the Never Such Innocence Centenary Finale at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 7th November.
Victoria College and Jersey College for Girls Choral Society All parents and friends of the Colleges are warmly invited to join forces in a large community choir to perform this magnificent work on Thursday 28 March 2019 at 7pm No previous experience …
Our Year 7 students were fortunate to attend the first Jersey Wellfest Festival at Les Ormes trying new activities and learning about how to stay healthy.
JCG Serves Fair: Have you considered how you serve our community? Representatives from local charities are offering their time to talk to our students about opportunities today.
Congratulations to Hannah, table tennis champion, who has recently won the Edinburgh Open Under 13 (where she beat the Scottish Number 1) and the Nottingham open Under 13.
Appreciative audiences enjoyed short extracts from plays directed by students. Garrett Anderson took the award for best play presenting the hard hitting play ‘Blackout’ with great sensitivity. Brooke Le Breton from Inglis House won the prize for Best Director with …
A Level Art and textile Students enjoyed the visit from the University of Bournemouth this morning, they participated in a fashion photography and illustration workshop with an experienced fashion lecturer. This was hugely beneficial for our students and inspiring for …
The JCG Community came together to share food from across the globe. The event, run by the IWA Club, raised money for Ghana and helped us all to continue our day with that satisfied feeling you have when you have …
Tash Forrest was named Young Achiever of the Year at the Pride of Jersey Awards. The awards were hosted by singer, Nerina Pallot and former footballer, Graeme Le Saux. Tash was commended for her positive attitude and dedication to her …
Year 13 biology fieldwork, sampling sand dune habitats at St Ouen
On Friday 14th September, JCG celebrated the efforts and achievements of students from across the College. We were inspired by the words of our speaker, Senator Tracey Vallois, Minister for Education and touched by the introduction of a new award …
Year 11 Textile students went on a visit to the Jersey Zoo as part of their Year 11 ‘Up Close’ project. They had the opportunity to see up close artifacts and animal skins and explore and respond to visual inspiration for exciting …
Our new Year 7 enjoyed a day of special activities. They met with their buddies over lunch and, in the afternoon, were led in games by our Year 13 students.
Year 9 enjoyed some activities in their new teaching groups yesterday. Some staff might not have been able to resist the temptation of having a go!
Carl Howarth, Principal, stated, ‘Through hard work, aspiration and strong teaching our students have secured an exceptionally high level of success. This is the first year of Numbers rather than Letter grades in a wide range of subjects. 65.6% of all …
Megan took part in the Community Healthcare Programme with Gap Medics and said: ‘I have just arrived back in Jersey after an incredible experience in the Dominican Republic! The placement was amazing and I was able to see so much …
Carl Howarth, Principal of JCG, stated, ‘When you study tremendously hard, show great resilience and have incredible teachers, as our students have done, you thoroughly deserve this exceptional level of success. We are very proud and delighted for them, their …
Students walked from Jardins de la Mer to Corbiere and back on Wednesday. As well as having a really good time, they raised over £900 for their house charities. It was a really good effort on a warm day.
Thanks to the generous patronage of Mrs Anne Binney MBE our party of A level and GCSE music students and staff enjoyed a wonderfully inspiring evening at Diva Opera's production of Die Fledermaus on Tuesday evening.
Our Maths prefects recently organised the inaugural House Maths Competition. The junior round, where one student from each year participated, was won by Garrett-Anderson. The senior round, and overall competition, was won by Austen-Bartlett.
JCG held its annual Sports Day on 3rd July. The weather was kind and the events were keenly contested. The results were: 1. CF 2. NI 3. CA 4. GA 5. AB 6. IN and we are pleased that some school records were broken. Congratulations to …
JCG Year 11 held their Prom last night. The evening was enjoyed by Year 11. Thank you to the organisers and staff who helped to make it happen.
JCG Students thoroughly enjoyed taking part in Jersey Sings 2018. Thank you to them, the helpers and the organisers.
We bid an emotional farewell to our leavers. They treated us to a lovely church service and we enjoyed drinks on the terrace. We are proud of you. Aspire. Inquire. Excel. (most importantly) Belong.
Our Y11 students have finished their GCSEs and today we are welcoming them into the Sixth Form at their induction day.
Having won the regional finals in Guidlford, we wish Elsa, Imogen, Gemma, Antonja and the fellow team members of the company, 'ToBe', success in the national finals of Young Enterprise in London on 5th, 6th, 7th July.
Five of our Year 9 students, accompanied by Mr Evans, returned on Thursday from the 2018 Secondary Schools Battlefields Trip, which is run in conjunction with the Bailiff’s Chambers to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. The British, French, …
Le ragazze di Year 8 e Year 9 che studiano l'italiano hanno creato delle pizze deliziose durante la loro lezione! Brave! Year 8 and Year 9 students who study Italian created some delicious pizzas during their lesson! Bravo!
JCG had the pleasure of hosting Dr Perez, a researcher from the Centre for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona. Dr Perez spoke to the Year 7s about the genetics, the nature vs nurture debate and how the round worm is helping …
The Girls’ Schools Cup was held on Tuesday 5th June on a rather chilly blustery day
We are enormously proud of our students who travelled to Les Jeux des Iles to represent Jersey in Sicily. They performed extremely well with Olivia Allbut gaining gold for 400m hurdles and silver in 400m, Lucy Hunt silver for 800m, …
Year 7 forms collected tins for the Shelter Trust's annual 'Tinathon' collection and were challenged to build a free standing sculpture using their tins. There was a lively atmosphere on the terrace as the structures came together and were prepared for …
The votes were counted at JCG. Well done to the teams involved in managing the campaigns and our candidates. The results of the JCG Deputy Election: Emily Huelin 60 Amelie Le Blanq 83 elected Sophie Sadler 36 The results of the mock election …
We were joined by guests from Mifumi Primary School, Uganda, today. Our students taught helped them to join in a ceilidh workshop.
Wednesday evening's summer concert was enjoyed by a large and appreciative audience. The Chamber Choir and String Orchestra's West Side Story medley celebrated Leonard Bernstein 's centenary year and Senior Concert Band's La La Land medley and Lord of the …
Our Year 10 students recently competed in the National Biology Challenge. We are immensely proud to be able to announce that the results were outstanding.
Candice Brown at JCG
Good luck to Sophie in the National Final of the Rotary Young Chef in Telford on Saturday next
JCG students visited Derek Tristram’s studio today to work on their sculptures for College Gardens
Huge congratulations to Rachel Hayden who was awarded the Construction and Engineering Undergraduate of the Year Award
JCG was delighted to celebrate the achievement of over 80 students who achieved Bronze and Silver DofE Awards.
Student Leadership Training Days Our new student leadership students have been team building. They experienced a number of workshops and are now prepared for the year ahead.
House Music was up to its usual very high standards
After another house year of competition, well done to Austen Bartlett who win cock house.
Today we thanked our previous student leadership team and welcomed our new team led by Head Girl, Rebecca, and Deputy Head Girl, Juliette.
Love Theatre presented a play to our Year 11, 12 & 13 students.
The A team, despite missing three players due to illness, played some outstanding netball and supported each other during each match. They are the U14A netball champions!
Last Tuesday, the U14 A and B netball teams played in the Jersey Schools Netball tournament.
Our musicians showcased their talent performing for their assessments. Thank you to all of them for treating us to a wonderful evening of music.
JCG Foundation/JCGA Alumni Lunch 2018. A fun filled afternoon at the fabulous St Brelade's Bay Hotel
The whole of Y8 completed some JCG Serves work with Trees for Life at Val de la Mare on Friday 16th March
JCG houses once again did some great work at the Lions Swimarathon.
Sophie won the Rotary Young Chef heat in Southampton last Saturday.
Jaimie (Y7) has won the Eisteddfod Under 18 Best Creative Image Trophy with her entry ‘Missing Persons’. Congratulations.
A large and appreciative audience enjoyed the second house music class of this year yesterday lunchtime, the Junior Vocal Solo.
Here are some photos of our chemists in action this morning in Bristol.
Austen Bartlett Variety Show and Talent Show
House Music 2018 is underway!
A big congratulations to Mimi for being a finalist in the Variety Young Star of the Year awards.
JCG will be closed on Thursday 1st March 2018 as significant snow is forecast.
Today our Year 12 and Year 13 Psychology students took part in a series of lectures with David Wilson, Professor of Criminology at Birmingham City University
On Tuesday 20th February, both the Under 15 and 16 netball teams played in the Jersey Schools Netball tournament.
Year 10 GCSE Textile students had an inspiring day working with renowned textile artist Alison Hulmes producing beautiful printed fabric designs.
On Tuesday, the Library Discussion Group gave a full school assembly in which they talked about the importance of accepting people as they are.
Year 8 students had the opportunity to participate in Prison! Me! No Way! Crime Day.
On Monday 29th January, JCG Year 11 students were given the opportunity to listen to invited speakers talking about their experience of language learning and the impact it has had on their lives.
The Psychology Department was pleased to welcome back Dr Guy Sutton who provided a series of informative workshops on neuro-anatomy, sheep brain dissection, historical views on mental health and current thinking on the causes of schizophrenia.
Parents, teachers and students all joined in the fun.
The event was attended by all island schools. We are grateful for KPMG’s generous support of the event.
JCG would like to congratulate all musicians who took part in the PwC Jersey Young Musician of the Year 2018 Senior and Junior section heats over the weekend.
Sophie, Yr 10, won the Rotary Young Chef competition last Saturday at Les Quennevais. Isabella, also in Yr 10, won the Jersey Dairy award for best use of local ingredients. Sophie will now go forward to represent Jersey at the next heat …
Our team is having a lovely time entertaining audiences with their amazing production of the Sound of Music. The music has been at the centre of the action and our hall has been at capacity every night. This has been …
Congratulations to Hannah who was appointed St John Ambulance Cadet of the Year for 2018 on Sunday. Morgan was appointed Deputy Cadet of the Year. Alice from JCG was also one of the four final candidates. We are most proud of …
A big thank you to those of you who entered the inaugural JCG Foundation School Fee Raffle! We are delighted to announce that the Le Chevalier family (Y10) are our lucky winners of a terms fees £1735!
Students from JCG took part in school relays at the London Aquatics Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. They almost broke the Island record and had an amazing time.
JCG and VCJ Sixth formers organised a netball match raising money for charity. The game was played in good spirits and there was enthusiastic support from both sides. Thanks goes to all those involved in the organisation. The final score …
Victoria College and Jersey College for Girls students teamed up to debate the validity of homework at the Equiom Great Debate. Students eloquently conveyed some interesting and convincing arguments for and against the motion. The voting was very tight but …
Students prepared and served food from over 30 nations in JCG's Hall. All except Mexico had students or teachers in the school with connections to that country. The event raised just over £1000 which will be split between our IWA projects supporting …
JCG Serves Fair We were pleased to welcome some 30 charities who engaged with our students at our annual JCG Serves Fair. Students were finding out about opportunities to volunteer and the work of the charities.
Yesterday saw the Year 10/11 hockey tournament held at Les Quennevais in chilly conditions. With only 8 minute games, the girls fought well with three wins and three 0-0 draws. JCG managed to accumulate enough points to win ahead of Le Rocquier. …
Portsmouth High School visited yesterday to play netball against our Year 10 & 11 girls. We mixed up the teams to create a combined A & B. Our A team won 27-5 and our B team won 18-9. A great performance girls.
The Lions Club of Jersey is launching a challenge to the young people of Jersey at this year’s JCG Serves 2017 charity showcase which takes place at the Jersey College for Girls on Thursday and Friday 2 and 3 November.
We held a triangular tournament with Year 8A & B teams from Windlesham High School, City of London School and JCG. It was great competitive play in both pools, especially the A teams, with the JCG B team winning all their …
Grace Rentsch competed in the Under 17 Badminton England competition in Liverpool on Sunday 15th October. Players competed from all over the UK. Playing singles, Grace was seeded 3/4 and won her group beating 3 other girls. She lost in the semi finals …
An update on Skills for Life. Saturday’s Adult Heat was won by Mrs Angela Crowcroft . The Sixth Form heats have just finished and the results are as follows: Yr 13 Winner: Emma Preisig- Beaulieu Runners-up: Laurie Corbel – Victoria College Isabelle …
JCG Foundation is delighted to launch the JCG and JCP School Fee Raffle! Win a Free Term! As the Charitable arm of JCG, funds raised from this raffle will go towards the running costs of the JCG Foundation. The raffle …
Jersey College for Girls student Charlie Miles has been awarded a prestigious Arkwright Scholarship in recognition of her work in Design & Technology and her outstanding potential as a future Engineer. Chosen from a field of 1600 students, Charlie was one of …
The students have recently had a presentation from Mr Bidmead to remind them of our shared approach to learning and how they can be better learners by using techniques that really work. At JCG we call this our 'Scholarly approach' …
Sound of Music tickets now on sale We are very excited to let you know about the College’s forthcoming production. The musical will be performed by JCG Music Theatre at JCG Theatre on Wednesday 29th November, Thursday 30th November, …
JCG opened its doors to hundreds of potential students and their families last night.
Our prefects organised today's extra curricular fair. There was a lively atmosphere in the hall and many students signed up for the wide range of activities on offer.
GSA Girls Go Gold Conference - students met elite performers, discussed nutrition, psychology and TeamYou support surrounding you on the way to the top of your game. They had an amazing time!
Judy Reith, parent coach, author and mum of three daughters presented her talk exploring the themes of her latest book '7 Secrets of Raising Girls Every Parent Must Know' to an engaged audience at JCG. Judy says: 'Having a daughter …
Tiani, Carys, Catherine, Rebecca and Ella would like to thank the JCG Family for all of the donations received for the victims of Hurricane Irma. They received a total of 16 boxes which have already started their journey to the Caribbean.
JCG welcomed Mr Akbar Khan, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association today. It was an excellent opportunity for our students to learn about the background of the Commonwealth and its importance in the modern world.
Our Year 8 team of Rehab, Sydney and Juliette, won the strongest bridge category at the recent Jersey Association of Architects Bridge Building Competition. The team's bridge structure made from recycled paper, card and string, proved stronger than all the other …
Our Food and Nutrition students are having a useful time in London. They are visiting the BBC Good Food Show.
We are immensely proud that, former Head Girl, Rachel Hayden has been nominated 2017 Ford Women in STEM Undergraduate of the Year. This is a photograph or Rachel receiving the award from one of the Vice Presidents at Ford Dunton Technical …
Carl Howarth, Principal, stated, ‘Once again our students have demonstrated with their fantastic results that with hard work, good teaching and aspiration, nothing is impossible.
Carl Howarth, Principal of JCG, stated, ‘we are very proud and delighted for our students and staff. Once again, everyone has worked tremendously hard and shown great resilience and determination to do their best.
Hannah, winner of the Never Such Innocence Poetry Competition, read her poem at the historic memorial event at Paschendaele. Take a look at JCG Life Summer 2017 to read her work.
Sixth form historians have taken a trip to Washington and Alabama.
They are experiencing the amazing landscape and geological features that the country has to offer.
Students are enjoying the cool mountain retreat in Gredos
Congratulations Tara - selected to swim for Jersey in the upcoming Island Games taking place in Gotland.
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The Principal of Jersey College for Girls, Carl Howarth, is the latest school leader to join the Girls' Schools Association, which represents the heads of UK leading independent girls' schools and promotes the benefits of girls being taught in a …
Leaders of the Orbis Cura IWA Project from JCG had a Skype meeting with students from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls.
JCG students demonstrated Italian culinary skills with flair at Viva Italia Festival this weekend.
Congratulations Olivia and Natasha. They have been selected to represent Jersey in the Youth Commonwealth Games that will be held in the Bahamas in July.
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JCG House Fashion was a huge success. Thank you to all students who took part, huge amounts of time and effort went into each House's collection.
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We are proud of our musicians? performance at our wonderful Summer Concert.
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Former Head Girl, Rachel Hayden visited one of our Y9 lessons this morning.
Congratulations to Lucy Clark who has been awarded a 4-year bursary from the Jersey Society of Chartered and Certified Accountants.
There will be no school buses on Tuesday 18th April.
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We were delighted to announce our new Student Leadership Team today. We look forward to their year serving the College.
JCG won both the Year 10 and Year 11 Netball tournaments against all the Secondary schools on the island today.
Our group have arrived safely in China. They have had their first Chinese lessons and have enjoyed their first tastes of Shanghai life and cuisine.
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Our annual fixtures against Guernsey Grammar School started off with 2 strong wins in the netball for our 1st VII team who won 69-14, followed by Year 9 who won 38-9.
Results from fixtures against Guernsey Ladies?: Year 9 Netball 59-21 to JCG 1st VII Netball 73-16 to JCG Hockey 3-0 to Guernsey
Our Religious Studies Department are currently leading a trip in Rome. They are enjoying the sights, the culture and the food.
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It was great to hear so many different presenters give their varied stories of how they have reached out and achieved so much in their lives.
Hosted by our Music Captains Kristyna Wharton and and Toniie Rubio our evening of House Music senior vocal and instrumental solos and ensembles offered a diverse programme of performances from Handel to Adele - something to suit everyone.
JCG Textile and Art students were awarded for their talented work at the Jersey Eisteddfod last night.
JCG Art and Textiles students work was on display today for a pop up exhibition at the Radisson Blue for the Alternative Ladies Lunch.
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Our Swimarathon teams raised £700.21 and completed 573 laps in all during our time slot.
JCG was proud to have three students in the final of the Jersey Young Musician of the Year Competition.
Congratulations to our teams who participated in the Junior Schools Girls Table Tennis Tournament.
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The concert will take place at Fort Regent on Tuesday 13th June 2017 and Wednesday 14th June 2017 starting at 7pm and finishing at 8.45pm (Please refer to your order form to see which day the school is performing on).
Six Year 12 JCG students who won the Jersey heat of the Business Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) competition on Friday.
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For Year 12, Careers Jersey will be holding just one launch for the Work Shadow schemes which will take place on Wednesday 1st March at Hautlieu School at 4pm.
Our Island Games Cake Sale sold out and raised over £200.
Andrew Baird, Executive Chef at Longueville Manor, who is a member of the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts (RACA), has teamed up with Jersey College for Girls to deliver sessions in the classroom which range in content from a taste …
Unfortunately, due to the weather conditions, Condor have cancelled sailings for tomorrow and the Paris trip will therefore not go ahead.
Congratulations to Austen Bartlett House, particularly Y8 on their talent show.
The Psychology Department were delighted to welcome back Dr Guy Sutton for our annual brain day.
Year 10 textile students embarked on work with fashion designer and dressmaker, former student, Lauren Pearce.
Great success by JCG at Commonwealth Essay Competition.
The Jersey Rotary Young Chef of the Year competition was held at Les Quennevais School on Saturday. Fourteen young people from various local secondary schools participated.
We were delighted to welcome Lisa Kennedy from Mind Jersey to open our first Parent Discussion Group last night.
We were delighted to welcome some of our former students today for their A level certificate presentation.
Y7 Biology students are making pizza cells and waffle cells this week in lessons.
JCG Houses were in St Helier last week carol singing.
JCG's recent production of Return to the Forbidden Planet was a great success.
The first International Winter Fete at JCG organized by the IWA Global College Team was a great success.
Students led by Mrs de Louche prepared soup in JCG's Food and Nutrition Department and then served it at the Soup Kitchen in aid of the Shelter Trust.
Students from JCG made soup to sell at the Shelter Trust's Soup Kitchen in the Royal Square.
Year 8 played in the island schools tournament, in rather cold and windy conditions but still came out victorious. Well done girls.
The year 7 hockey tournament took place on Tuesday 22nd November.
JCG's Year 8 team won the Jersey heat of the De Putron Challenge and will go on to compete in the final in Guernsey.
The Jersey College for Girls' IWA Global College team is holding an International Winter Fete on Saturday 10th December, from 11am to 4pm. All proceeds from the event will go to purchasing cows for the Crossover International Academy Orphanage in …
Last Thursday, before their performance in the Eisteddfod, our Chamber Choir invited parents and friends to enjoy an open rehearsal led by their conductor David Lawrence.
The JCG Serves Fair was once again a great success with thirty charities setting up stalls on 3rd and 4th November in College Hall.
Our JCG girls won the Year 10/11 inter-schools Hockey tournament at Les Quennavais today.
After many requests, we are delighted to announce the re-launch of the JCG Old Girls' London Lunch! Many former students have told us how much they loved the London lunch so we have re-instated it as an Annual Foundation Event.
The House Science competition took place yesterday.
Art and Textile students from JCG worked with international artists Professor Xiaoguang Qiao from China and Karen Bit Vejle from Scandinavia who are on a world tour exhibition on paper cut art installations.
The standard of plays over the two nights was very high and the judges had much difficulty in reaching their conclusions.
We congratulate the following students on their success in the Commonwealth Essay Competition and look forward to hearing about the award ceremony which will take place in January:
JCG Hockey V Les Quennevais:
The competition was played in good spirit.
The walk took place on Sunday in breezy conditions.
The Skills for Life Competition has been taking place all week at JCG.
JCG played well and gained valuable experience as a team playing against Reigate.
Well done to the JCG Year 9 Hockey team who were undefeated in today's tournament against all the other secondary schools on the island
We are extremely proud of Natasha Forrest, Variety Young Star of the Year for Sport
Hockey results from yesterday v Le Rocquier:
JCG Hockey teams have had a good record of late.
Charlie Miles is photographed with ex-England Internationals, Lydia Greenway, and captain, Charlotte Edwards CBE, whilst playing alongside them for the JAAR (Jersey Action Against Rape) charity team against a Jersey men's XI on Saturday.
JCG is proud of student, Natasha Forrest, who has been short listed for Variety Star of the Year for her sporting endeavours.
On Wednesday 28 September Martin Daubney spoke to Year 12 students from JCG and VCJ about the effects of pornography on the brain.
JCG won the Summer Swimming Fixtures following the re-arranged gala against Ladies? College, Guernsey.
Jersey College for Girls DofE Award participants demonstrated camp cooking for the Earl of Wessex at Crabbe today.
JCG is excited about its preparations for the forthcoming Open Evening on 6th October.
Students in Jersey are invited to start a new course this year ? by creating a main dish that incorporates the finest ingredients that the Island has to offer.
Abi Overland has been working with JCG Year 10 Art and Textiles students, creating huge illustrated murals for the public at Spice ' Arts & Music Festival' to colour in.
JCG celebrated its annual prize giving on Friday 9th September.
Carl Howarth, Principal of JCG, stated, ?we are very proud and delighted for our students and staff.
Carl Howarth, Principal, stated, ?Our students have worked so hard and have achieved the highest results in the College?s history.
Congratulations to Mrs Sophie Le Blancq, our Lead Teaching Assistant on achieving a 1st in her BA in Childhood Years and Youth Studies.
In June 2016, two of our Year 11 GCSE students were shortlisted for a prize at the prestigious CCA Galleries Internship Awards.
JCG enjoyed a wonderful Sports Day on Monday.
Half of Year 12 took part in the exciting JCG Apprentice Challenge on Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th June.
We welcome 120 new Year 7 students at JCG for their two induction days
The Fairtrade Quiz was won by Lydia.
JCG Students, Esme and Wiktoria were interviewed by BBC Radio Jersey about their views on the Brexit vote and they explained how JCG had prepared them to consider the issue.
JCG Chamber Choir were filmed singing at Plémont yesterday.
We are very proud to read of Mrs Vernaglione's nomination in the Jersey Evening Post.
Due to the rainy weather JCG Sports Day has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for July 4th.
Consultants from HR Now Limited, an established local HR consultancy, recently visited our school to help students to succeed with their forthcoming job applications.
Students, Hannah and Olivia, gave an interview about their experience of the Never Such Innocence Poetry Competition at BBC Radio Jersey.
JCG won both junior and senior trophies for the Girls Schools athletics yesterday.
Congratulations to the students who were successful in their HSK Mandarin exams.
Our Fairtrade Group have organised a competition to raise some funds for the organisation but also to raise awareness about Fairtrade.
Children from JCG achieve enormous success in commemorative competition.
The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) Secretary-General, Mr Akbar Khan has visited Jersey College For girls to deliver a CPA Roadshow on Parliament and the Commonwealth.
The JCG, IWA Global College team have recently entered the Solvey Project competition designed to encourage new social enterprise ideas targeting the UN Development Goals.
Jersey College For Girls teams storm to success at the Channel Islands Student Business Challenge Awards.
JCG House Fashion was a huge success!! Thank you to all the ladies who took part, huge amounts of time and effort went into each House's collection. Each collection showcased such creative talent from the girls.
Y7 students organised and held their very own Talent Show on Wednesday 11th May.
Y13 enjoyed a wonderful celebratory leavers' breakfast at Le Braye .
JCG?s summer concert on 4 May showcased and celebrated its students? wealth of musical talent.
On Saturday 19th March JCG students took over the CRY Shop in New Street.
Jersey?s school children enjoyed the most amazing science lectures/demonstrations at Jersey College for Girls, delivered by multi-award winning Tim Harrison, Director of Outreach from Bristol University?s School of Chemistry, which really brought science to life.
Last week, we were all able to say goodbye to Miss Sue Le Mière after 35 years at JCG.
We are delighted to welcome our new School Counsellor, Kim Pinto-Williams to the JCG family.
We were delighted to welcome students from Collège André Malraux to meet their Y8 pen pals from JCG.
Members of the Eco Group were fortunate to hear a talk about bears and the threat to their habitats from Anna Shipley at Durrell in school last week and this was followed up with an exciting visit to Durrell.
The winners of the Cock House Cup this year were Inglis.
Our new Student Leadership Team was announced this morning.
Austen Bartlett are pleased to announce that their Variety show raised a total of £861 for their charities.
JCG held its annual Easter Service at St Helier Methodist Centre in the presence of Lady McColl.
On Saturday 19th March a team of Year 10 students took over the CRY Shop in New Street.
Our house teams did a super job at the Swimarathon. Congratulations to Curie Fry who completed the most lengths - 95.
JCG Textiles students have all gained a platinum award at the Jersey Eisteddfod.
JCG Foundation is looking for recent graduates with an interest in education to come to enrich the College by taking up one year placements.
Year 10 braved the winds to investigate urban land use changes from school to St. Helier.
Last Wednesday afternoon three of our Year 8 students recorded a 2 minute morning thought for BBC Radio Jersey for Fairtrade Fortnight.
Jcg team wins inter schools table tennis competition.
Congratulations to Sadie (Year 12), who is the first student to complete and verify all elements of the JCG diploma.
Amy Vatcher is this year?s winner of the Institute of Directors work shadowing scheme.
AS and A2 biology students enjoyed seminars in health and disease and the structure and function of the brain.
All of Year 7 have been out this week exploring town planning on the waterfront area of St. Helier
JCG winners! 2 JCG teams attended the local heat of the ICAEW Business, Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) competition on Monday 8th February.
Year 12 and Year 13 Psychology students took part in the Psychology Department's annual Brain Day with Dr Guy Sutton, Director of Medical Biology Interactive and Honorary Lecturer in Neuroscience at the University of Nottingham Medical School.
Congratulations to year 13 students Arianne and Lucy on winning the Baker and Partners Advocacy competition. They are pictured with presiding judge, the Deputy Bailiff, Tim Le Cocq.
Sixth Form Nightingale students completed a day-long Rowathon to raise money for their House Charities. They took it in turns to row as far as they could.
We are proud that David Lawrence directs our Chamber Choir. See him conducting 6000 children.
Congratulations to Mrs Atkinson on gaining her MA English in Education from King's College, London.
Year 11 listened to invited speakers for our Language Speakers Event.
On Monday 25th January, I was invited to the sixth form assembly at St Anne's Catholic School, to present 6 iPad Mini 3's to the six members of Team Cudos who won the global competition of my project Building the Future, …
A group of girls, aged 11 to 18, from St Anne?s Catholic School in Southampton, have won a global competition aimed at encouraging more women to pursue careers in science and engineering.
The student leaders of the IWA Global College Team had a very successful information evening where they introduced their projects to leaders from Jersey's business, government and education communities.
JCG is delighted to have formed a partnership with Shanghai Number 3 Girls? Middle School (http://eng.sscz.org).
Megan McDonagh from Y10 won yesterday's Jersey Rotary Young Chef of the Year competition.
JCG was well represented at the presentations for the Royal Commonwealth Essay Competition. A huge congratulations to all involved.
JCG Community celebrated the true meaning of Christmas at its Carol Service at St Thomas' Church.
Well done to all JCG students who participated in the Institute of Directors (IoD) work shadowing scheme.
JCG Head Girl, Sarah Smith, class of 1997, and current Head Girl, Rachel Hayden, were filmed today for ITV whilst discussing Jane Austen in the new old library at JCG.
JCG Students have been carol singing on King Street all this week adding to the festive atmosphere and raising money for house charities.
Daisy Pulls It Off had an excellent first night.
JCG Prep and JCG Senior students have been collaborating in recent weeks to make music.
Around £400.00 raised from last night?s Inglis Christmas Bingo for our Charities JAAR and Jersey Autism. It was great to see around 40 people attend the event ? students, friends and family.
The seventh Hawksford Debate was a fantastically thought-provoking evening and the two teams had worked so hard in preparation for the evening.
This year?s Cavell Auction raised money for our two House charities, Cancer Research UK and the Jersey Children?s Charirty.
Y12 Geography went out to St Helier observing how settlements change from the suburbs to the inner towns - they were led by one of their peers, Tiggy.
JCG Students all performed extremely well in the Spanish and Italian sections of the Eisteddfod.
Students from all houses took part in today?s House Science go-kart race. The conditions were good and there were some innovative designs using recycled materials.
Amy Claxton, Year 11, was presented as Lieutenant Governor?s Cadet at Government House on 18th November.
Last week, Art and DT students enjoyed a couple of days in London, learning from visits to galleries.
Year 8 are enjoying collecting data on river features and characteristics in St. Catherine's at various times this week!
Congratulations to Year 13 clarinettist for winning the Jersey Eisteddfod concerto class.
The students performed to their usual outstanding standards once again in this year?s House Drama Competition.
Students at the Crossover Orphanage School in Ghana enjoy learning about robotics after the first delivery of a robotics kit by JCG?s IWA Cross Country Robotics project.
From 12th to 17th October 37 students accompanied by Mrs Taylor, Mr Marett, Señora Reakes and Laura Lopez, travelled to San Sebastián in northern Spain.
On Saturday 10th October JCGlee performed ?The Selfish Giant? as part of a joint choir with the Singcredibles and Victoria College Prep. The Jersey Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Daniel Cohen performed the piece with us at the Jersey …
The JCG Foundation were delighted to host Never Such Innocence Poetry and art competition launch at JCG on Friday 2nd October sponsored by Coutts.
Five Year 12 students from JCG took part in a cross-island debate at the Jersey States Chamber.
Garrett Anderson House dusted off their walking shoes for their annual walk last weekend.
On Wednesday 16 September Natasha Devon MBE spoke to Year 12 students from JCG and Beaulieu about body image, self-esteem and the portrayal of women in the media.
Congratulations to Beth Garton, Girls' U15 Dorset County Squash champion.
Jersey Calais Refugee Group collected 116 back packs plus a huge bag full of tinned food & candles from JCG today.
JCG congratulated its many prize winners on Friday 11th September with a ceremony in Langford Hall.
Mr Howarth commented, ?Once again, our students have achieved academic excellence.
Carl Howarth, Principal, stated, ?our students and staff have worked so hard and we are delighted with their results today especially the increase in A* grades and decrease in D and E grades with no U grades.
The JCG Tour de Jersey Quiz night was very well attended and brains were tested to the full by Quiz Masters Milner and Hopkins.
JCG student Annie Bugbird has won a local competition to design a new sports venue for Fort Regent.
Jacksons, in partnership with the JCG Foundation, extend a special invitation to join us at our 2015 Pride & Joy Day. From 1pm on Sunday 28 June in the beautiful surroundings of JCG & Victoria College playing field.
Two JCG students won the Liberation 70 Poetry Competition.
An outstanding afternoon of athletics in glorious weather. Two new records were made by Jess Watling (Year 9) and Amelia Shenton (Year 7) in javelin.
Congratulations to Year 11 Home Economics Food & Nutrition student, Sadie Ruellan, who has just been awarded a free place at the Summer School in Food Sciences at the University of Nottingham.
We were honoured to welcome Mr Shen Yang, Minister Counsellor for Education of the Chinese Embassy in UK to JCG today.
Congratulations to JCG students who took part in the Jersey Schools Business Challenge.
JCG Geography trip to Barcelona.
Our annual Summer Concert on 6th May was a great success.
We have been successful collecting 50 pence donations towards the Age Concern Lunch for the people who lived through Jersey's Occupation.
On Wednesday 6th May, JCG girls were invited to visit the military vehicles on show at Victoria College.
We had a very successful day at College on Friday 1st May and we have raised a total of £3,811.93 for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
The Royal Jersey Militia ACF Team won the parade inspection on Sunday 3rd May and the overall Lt Governor's Trophy for top Cadet Force over the year.
On Wednesday two teams from JCG went to Guernsey to take part in the Channel Islands heat of the UKMT Team Maths Challenge.
Le Masurier have become a JCG Foundation Corporate Partner supporting the local section of Building the Future, Shaping our World global female engineering competition created by JCG Student, Rachel Hayden.
Congratulations to JCG who won at netball this week against Guernsey Ladies College 48-2.
We are delighted that Minerva Trust was able to support our Women of Substance Day.
JCG Foundation launches ?Prepare 2015? with Rathbone Investment Management International
When time is limited how do you fill the unforgiving minute?
My name is Rachel Hayden and I am a year 12 student at Jersey College for Girls in the Channel Islands. I am running a global female engineering competition called Building the Future, Shaping our World, through the International Women?s …
Thank you to the parents who attended the Y8 information evening in November.
Thirty charities took part in this year?s fair on 13th and 14th November.
Chamber Choir take part in the Festival of Remembrance and Praise at the Town Church, St Helier
Jersey College for Girls seeks to appoint a well-qualified and outstanding Teacher of English from January 2015 for two terms.
Use this link to access the online version of the 2015 Activities week booklet:
Presentation and Parent Guide to National Curriculum Levels
A special assembly took place at JCG on Tuesday 23rd September.
Thank you so much to the Fort Regent Technical Services team for turning the Fort Regent Dome pink for us to welcome Kris Hallenga and the www.coppafeel team to Jersey.
JCG is excited to announce that Toby Huelin has been appointed as Composer-in-Residence for the Autumn term.
Students, Parents, Governors and Sponsors attended the JCG Prize Giving Event on Friday 13th September at Langford Hall.
The Year 7 offsite days were held over 3 days at the scout hut and Les Creux.
Year 10 spent a day facing some exciting challenges at Creepy Valley.
We had a tremendous turnout at our Year 10 Parents? Information Evening on Thursday 18th September.
One of the originators of Building Learning Power, Graham Powell led Inset for teaching staff at JCG Senior School on Battle of Britain day.
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War and to help ensure this anniversary is never forgotten, Brewin Dolphin have kindly sponsored the inaugural JCG Foundation Poppy Bank.
Carl Howarth, Principal, stated, ?We are delighted for our students, teachers and parents and congratulate them all upon the outstanding achievement at GCSE.
Carl Howarth, Principal of JCG, stated, ?We are delighted for our students, their parents and teachers. I have always believed that A levels are the hardest qualification. Not only are they extremely rigorous, but now with the removal of January …
Staff and students have started to cycle 250 miles over five days to support the Stroke Association.
On Friday 4th July Hautlieu hosted an island wide schools event for Gifted and Talented pupils to help them understand more about the causes and events of WWI and in particular their impact on Jersey and its people.
The JCG mile is an annual fundraiser race held at JCG. All students participate as do many members of staff. It is a highlight of our annual fundraising calendar and last year raised £1200.
Physics rocks at JCG! - Students from JCG, Victoria College, Hautlieu, Beaulieu, Le Rocquier and Grainville were blown away watching the performance of The Clockwork Universe on Thursday 3rd July.
A Year 12 Physics group visited aMaizin! Adventure Park in St Ouen to investigate frictional forces involved in the Toboggan ride.
On Sunday 29th June 2014 Islanders young and old flocked to see the most amazing collection of vehicles on display at Victoria College Field, courtesy of the JCG Jacksons Pride and Joy event.
JCG Students win the national final of the 2014 ICAEW Business, Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) competition.
This year?s House general knowledge competition was a great success with a fantastic audience coming to watch the six house teams compete for the junior and senior/staff titles.
Do you remember our social media post about three of our Year 7 students being selected as prize winners of the University of Southampton Maths Challenge 2014?
On Friday the 23rd of May, the brand new Student Leadership Team ventured out to Les Creux Scout Hut for the annual SLT Teambuilding Day.
Jersey College for Girls and Le Rocquier School invited representatives from Potential Plus UK to Jersey to deliver an event for the Island?s secondary high learning potential students.
We began in the most modern part of China, by taking the Maglev or magnetically levitating train from Shanghai Pudong Airport to the centre of the city?s financial district. Here among the skyscrapers we found the HSBC tower where …
The new student leadership team are embracing their leadership roles and to help us with this we were given a training session on how to speak to an audience and use a microphone on Thursday 1 May.
On Wednesday 2nd April, The Jersey College for Girls Inquiring Minds Lecture Series hosted Arek Hersh MBE, Holocaust Survivor.
On Monday 17th March, The Jersey College for Girls Inquiring Minds Lecture Series hosted Dr Carolyne Larrington, Fellow and Tutor in medieval English literature at St John?s College, Oxford.
The students and staff at JCG enjoyed some thought provoking and inspiring presentations, discussions and workshops on Friday. Students from years 7-13 were both excited and amazed by some of what they heard from a wide range of presenters.
On Thursday 6th March at the Sixth Form Spectacular, a wide variety of talents were exhibited to an enthusiastic audience.
Amy did her Project Trident work experience at the Chief Minister?s department where she got a good insight into local government.
On 18 February 2014 six sixth form students participated in the Business, Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) 2014 Regional Heat at Highlands College and Won!
We are very pleased to introduce our strategic plan for the next 6 years. Much has happened in the progress of the College in recent years and we can be very proud of the many successes that our students have achieved …
The JCG Careers Fair took place on Wednesday 6th February in College Hall.
We require for September 2014, a teacher to cover maternity leave for one year.
On Tuesday 28th January all of Year 11 missed their normal French lessons to take part in an event to promote languages.
We are looking for a well qualified graduate of Physics; a talented and inspiring individual interested in developing a teaching career in a highly successful College.
Sixth form leadership day was a huge success.
Following their trip to South Africa in July 2013, 3 Year 13 students have founded the Jersey College for Girls Conservation Group (JCGCG).
On Wednesday 11th December all of Year 9 attended our annual Life Changing Languages Event in College Hall.
Please see individual staff members for further details.
?Who is the real Leonie Carlisle??
Congratulations to Jenny Russ ( Head Girl) who has just been awarded the Lions Club Young Ambassador of the Year (2013).
Well done to our Portuguese Eisteddfod entrants.
This year?s annual Cavell Auction raised over £2900 for Motor Neurone Disease Association Jersey and Hope and Homes for Children.
There was a great turn out at the JCG Foundation Victor Hugo loyalty card evening on Wednesday 27th November.
The Year 13 Psychology A Level students visited the Magistrates Court on Monday 25th and Wednesday 27th November.
On Friday 22nd November Year 9 JCG students took part in the island-wide event ?Enterprise Week? in conjunction with Careers Jersey.
It?s all go in the Performing Arts Faculty at the moment.
Being nominated for the Child of the Year award was a huge honour.
Students and staff came to school wearing Onesies and pyjamas for the annual Children in Need fundraiser.
Rory was joined by his brother Finn to present a short talk about the work they have been doing in Jersey.
On Thursday 14th November and with 29 very excited Year 11 students in tow, Miss Davies, Miss Harley and Mr Crespel set off for four action-packed days of theatre and excitement in the ?big smoke?! We were all looking forward to seeing …
Always a popular event, students competed in the Junior and Senior Badminton contest
JCG organised the third Jersey Serves Fair. This inspiring event was be a two day event held at Fort Regent on the 12th and 13th of November 2013.
This week saw the 7th annual ?JCG Skills for Life? cookery competition take place at Jersey College for Girls, where more than fifty students representing five island secondary schools took part.
This annual event was held on Monday 11th November at the Hotel de France. As usual, JCG entered both a Year 8 and Year 13 team into this exciting University Challenge style event.
Wednesday 6th November 2013 saw JCG host the third in the Hawksford JCG debate series.
David Cameron visited BMW Mini UK last week to announce apprenticeships.
Our Year 9 Tournament was held in the windy weather up at Les Quennavais on 5th November.
JCG student Rowan Pilley was on BBC Radio Jersey Wednesday 23rd October morning.
A fabulous competitive set of games that were played with great sportsmanship.
House Drama this year was a very close competition and all six houses produced excellent pieces.
Grove Prep School brought two teams to play JCG girls at Netball.
Our annual Reigate Hockey fixture was played to an excellent standard, as usual, with JCG dominating play to result in a 3-1 win.
Following a successful three-day visit to London as part of their Textiles studies, A-Level students have summarised their experience.
Our Year 10/11 tournament was held at Claremont on Tuesday 15th October.
On Sunday 13th October 2013 27 students from Victoria College and Jersey College for Girls embarked on a long coach journey from St Malo to San Sebastian in Northern Spain, accompanied by Mrs Taylor, Mr Marett and Mrs Reakes.
As part of its continued support of the JCG Foundation, Jacksons hosted students at the Aston Martin lecture, held at The Pomme D?Or Hotel on Thursday 10th October 2013.
JCG College and JCG Preparatory has been awarded Fairtrade School status following a year of Fairtrade initiatives.
On Wednesday 9th October in the Dome before school porridge was on sale to support World Porridge Day and the Mary?s Wheels charity.
We were thrilled to hear of the recent JCG visit to South Africa during assembly on Tuesday 8th October.
Geography field work in the sun is definitely something we could get used to.
For the first time in the history of the College, seven students from JCG travelled to St Peter Port in Guernsey to take part in a dinghy team racing.
Well done to Inglis who are very deserved winners of Senior House netball this week.
On Monday 23rd September Mrs Cleave and Mrs Foster took four Year 11 students to a Gifted and Talented conference in Guernsey, organised by Guernsey Grammar school and provided by Academy Conferences. This was the first Gifted and Talented conference to …
The Year 7 Experience days at Les Creux and the Scout hut were bathed in sunshine and the girls thoroughly enjoyed their time spent together as a form group.
Unusual garments based on Victorian attire, fantasy ?fiction. A cross between modern Goth & punk styles ? clash of colours ?soft fabrics against harsh mechanics, lace, ropes, chains, studs, spikes, cogs, wheels, bottle glasses; Theatrical and exciting.
JCG?s Curricular Enrichment programme commenced on Friday 20th of September.
Helen Sayers, Yumiko Shinya and Rich Wainwright spent a morning at Jersey College for Girls exploring the meaning of Peace and explaining to 360 young people their views on what Peace is and how it might be achieved with illustrations from …
Students, Parents, Governors and Sponsors attended the annual JCG Prize Giving on Friday 13th September at Langford Hall.
Year 10 spent Wednesday 11th September participating in various activities at Creepy Valley in St Brelade.
Assistant to the Chief Minister and former Bailiff, Senator Sir Philip Bailhache, joined us on Monday 9th September to deliver a lecture entitled ?Jersey?s Place in the World? to our upper school.
On Friday 6th September the Student Leadership Team organised ?Prefect Movie Day?.
Lucy Osborne left JCG in 2012 to study Engineering at Cambridge University after studying Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths at A-Level.
We are delighted with our results and congratulate all our students and their teachers upon their achievements.
The A level results this year are excellent and continue to demonstrate that with hard work, passion and strong aspiration you can achieve excellence.
The History department have been enjoying the opportunity to visit the Ice Age Jersey archaeological site at Les Varines this week.
Three weeks ago we were set a task to organise a Textiles event to lead us into our A2 coursework. We decided to include a Textiles exhibition and a Fashion show in aid of Jersey Hospice Care, to showcase GCSE, …
On a not-so-summery summer?s morning, twenty-one JCG girls set off on a surprisingly on time ferry to our rival island Guernsey, for our annual inter-school swimming competition. We were competiting in three competitions.
Up early to meet at the Jersey airport, the tennis team ? all still half asleep, were ready (set) go! Kindly welcomed by Guernsey Grammar, we had time for a quick warm up, spurred on by Miss Lovell who was raring …
This was an enjoyable day at the Town Hall on Monday 1st July.
On the 27 June six Year 12 students participated in the Business, Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) 2013 National Final at the Birmingham Metropole Hotel.
Over 70 very special cars exhibited at Jacksons inaugural Pride and Joy event on Sunday 23rd June which was held in the beautiful grounds of JCG and Victoria College.
Wednesday 26th June saw the annual JCG Mile race. The sun was shining and the House colours were out on display in full force.
Given the grand name of ?A Day to Remember,? the plan was to give students an opportunity to achieve something in a subject area that they wouldn?t normally be able to do in the confines of a single lesson.
What a fantastic day. The Houses were as competitive as ever. Year 7, 8 and 9 battled it out, as did the Year 10 and 12's.
Yr 10 GCSE Drama and Textiles students took part in a workshop on either Thursday 20th or Friday 21st June 2013 with Andrew Taylor.
In the morning we got up and went to the college André Malraux
On 14th June 2013 a group of 10 Year 12?s took part in the Interschool State Street Challenge at Creepy Valley Adventure Centre.
?Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.?- Dorothea Lange
Leadership and people skills are vital for all members of the Sixth Form, especially the Student Leadership Team (SLT) and the day we spent at Les Creux Scout Hut on 7th June 2013 helped us deepen our understanding of the leadership …
The annual Girls Inter-school Athletics Cup was held on Tuesday 4th June at FB fields.
Mrs Noella O?Connor and Ms Sarah Lovell, two members of JCG staff recently took part in a tandem sky dive to raise money for Cancer Research. PBS, a corporate partner of the JCG Foundation kindly part-sponsored Noella so the …
Jacksons becomes first Frustra Corporate Partner for the JCG Foundation and support the launch of the charity?s online communications portal www.jcgfoundation.com
The inaugural Jersey Young Entrepreneurship Challenge, supported by Barclays, Ernst & Young, JT and Ogier, has culminated with the Awards Evening held on Friday 17th May 2013. 20 teams of students from Grainville and JCG competed for prizes from categories including maximum profit, …
On Thursday 16th May 2013 JCG said a fond farewell (for now) to our Class of 2013 at our annual Leavers? breakfast.
Year 7 entered wholeheartedly into our Liberation Learning Day; they dressed up to get ?In The Mood?, they listened to guest speakers, they spoke Jerriais, they drew, they acted, they made games, they created radio broadcasts, they sold cakes (and raised …
As part of our Inquiring Minds lecture series, on Thursday 2nd May we were joined by Professor of Child Psychopathology at Sussex University, Andy Field.
Over the Easter break a transformation took place in our Barton Science block as artist and biologist, Rory McCann, spent an estimated 100 hours completing a captivating mural entitled ?Evolution? that will mesmerize generations of students to come.
On Wednesday 27th March, 18 JCG students from Year 7-9 and 2 members of staff travelled to Bath University.
The referendum on States reform takes place on 24 April and voters are being urged to ensure their names are on the electoral register.
World Book week began with students writing short book reviews in form time.
On Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th March 2013 a selection of KS4 & KS5 students at JCG were extremely privileged to have a series of lectures delivered by Dr. Matt Pope.
As part of the redevelopment of the old JCG building it has been agreed between the Jersey Development Company and Jersey College for Girls that the original oak panelled library will return to JCG at its Mont Millais address.
JCG held its 2013 Spring Reunion on Tuesday 5th March in the Dome at JCG.
On Monday 4th March, thirty Year 12 Psychology students spent the morning at Durrell.
On Wednesday 20th February, students enjoyed and interesting and informative lunchtime when Professor Andrew Newsam visited JCG to provide a lecture on Astronomy.
On Tuesday 19th February a group of six Year 12 students and a group of Year 13 students visited Highlands College to take part in the regional heat of the BASE competition.
On Tuesday 5th February 2013 several of our students were successful in getting through to the next round of the Baker and Partners Youth Advocacy competition.
Year 9 JCG students have been turning their creative skills into charitable donations by designing and creating fabric hanging hearts for Jersey Hospice Care. 60 have already been made and more are now being produced in the lead up to Valentine?s …
On Wednesday 16th of January all of Year 11 participated in a Language Speakers Event to promote the benefits, advantages and opportunities which come from the ability to communicate in other languages.
Rathbones Investment Management International (RIMI) has, this month, become an official Jersey College for Girls Foundation Corporate Partner supporting the JCG Foundation and education in Jersey.
Another successful event in the Modern Foreign Languages Department.
Last chance to sign up for Trip to China 2014.
At 6am on Monday 24th November Mr Moss and Ms Hutchings greeted 16 very tired Year 12 Psychology students to go on a two day trip to London.
The first debate in the 2012-2013 Jersey College for Girls Debate Society Series, which is sponsored by local trust company Hawksford, took place this week, at which the audience voted against the proposition that ?protesting is a sign of a …
With narrations recorded especially by special guest John Nettles, the whole of Year 8, and Year 7 Just Sing Choir formed the One Sun One World choir and instrumental accompaniment was provided by the One Sun One World Orchestra.
On Monday 19th November four year 13 students competed against other island schools in the De Putron Challenge.
BBC Radio Jersey broadcast live from JCG for Children in Need
Psychology students visited Jersey Magistrates Court.
On Wednesday 7 November JCG hosted Professor David Canter
On Wednesday 24 October 40 students completed the SPELL Induction training which was delivered by Heather McLelland, Manager at Autism Jersey.
On Tuesday 18th September, all Year 10 students spent the day at Creepy Valley Activity Centre for a Year 10 Challenge Day.
On the 20th September 2012 Year 11 students and their parents joined the History department at La Hougue Bie at 6.45am to watch the equinox from inside Jersey?s finest Neolithic burial chamber.
The Governors are delighted that both JCG and JCGP have been judged to be ?outstanding? schools by ESC.
On the 10th May our penpals from André Malraux school, Granville arrived at JCG.
On Monday 14th May, JCG sent a team of top spellers to compete in South-West semi-finals of the Times Spelling Bee in Southampton.
From 18th to 23rd March 24 students and three staff from JCG and Victoria College visited San Sebastian in Northern Spain for a study trip.
We are delighted to have produced a Whole School Reading List for our KS4 students with an array of interesting and thought provoking books suggested by all the departments in the school.
?I want to be the leader? is exclaimed by a child in the school playground, yet they have given very little thought as to what being a leader means.
On Monday 9th January, 2012, all Year 11 French students participated in our annual Language Speakers Event. The morning started off with a short multi-lingual quiz and then the girls listened to a range of invited guests.
Jersey College for Girls Annual Cavell Auction in aid of Hope and Homes for Children, the Jersey MS Therapy Centre and the Jersey MS Society
On Friday 18th November, the History department was fortunate enough to welcome the return of Dr. Peter Claus, a Senior Research Fellow from Pembroke College, Oxford.
The JCG Parents? Association would like to thank all parents who came and supported the meeting on Monday night
Dr Tom Wynn, senior lecturer at Durham University, explored how tragedy was really performed and experienced in Paris in the classical age to a mixed audience of staff, students, parents and other guests.
On the morning of Thursday the 3rd of November, a number of year 11 students took part in the GCSE French Masterclass, sponsored by Ogier. Students from every secondary school across the island participated in the event and it was fun …
We started by having a very quick test about neurons, which we only had 3 minutes to revise for.
JCG student Kate Terry Marchant celebrating her well deserved win in the Jersey Arts Trust inter school Poetry Slam, with Emma Alker, Laura Clark and Katie Bastimen who took second place.
Our students and staff have arrived safely in Delhi and are beginning their expedition to the Himalayas.
Jersey College for Girls (JCG) launch ?JCG Serves? ? a community initiative
Alison Brown and Andrew Cornish have been newly elected as Parent Governors.
On Wednesday 14th September, all Year 10 students spent the day at Creepy Valley Activity Centre for a Year 10 Challenge Day.
JCG Prize giving took place on 9th September.
Many congratulations to our A level and GCSE students for achieving excellent results in this year?s examinations.
The Year 11 Prom was held at Hotel L?Horizon on 1st July 2011.Students arrived looking fabulous in all modes of transport, from stretch limousines to Army trucks.
Hi, I?m Charlotte Pollard, I?m in 7 C-F and I won the design a charm competition. I heard about it first in assembly and then again the next day in form and thought I?d give it a go.
On Saturday 25th June, eight JCG students travelled to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
On Thursday 9th June, 30 JCG students headed down to Le Creux for their Student Leadership Team Day; a day of bonding, working hard and planning for the year ahead.
A long-standing tradition at JCG has always been its admittedly fantastic concerts. On Wednesday the 11th of May, we hosted our annual Summer Concert with the style and grace that is characteristic of JCG girls.
To mark their last day in school, Year 11 students were taken to St Martin?s Parish Hall and Village Green to relax before their GCSE exams begin.
In order to celebrate Liberation Day, on Friday the 7th May all of Year 7 dressed in their finest WW2 period costume and took part in a range of activities designed to teach them about life in Jersey during the Occupation.
Textiles has had a very busy few weeks. As I write, the GCSE and A level girls are busily working on their exams, preparing for practical days that last between 5 and 15 hours.
On Monday 14th March, a group of four Y7 pupils travelled to Southampton to take part in South West heat of the National Times Spelling Bee.
On Thursday 10th March the Psychology department welcomed Dr Sam Hutton from Sussex University.
On Thursday 3rd March four teams of JCG students became Advocates for a short while in the first round of the Baker and Partners Youth Advocacy Competition.
On Friday 11th February we held our annual Management Day at St Pauls Centre.
In March 2010 the States of Jersey voted to make it compulsory for every cyclist under the age of 18 to wear a helmet.
Professor Adam Gorb, Head of Composition at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in Manchester gave composition master classes to A level music students on Friday 11 February as part of a joint initiative by the RNCM?s international outreach …
2 groups of year 9 students have just finished their Flower projects and some of the work has been incredible.
The Year 13 Psychology students had the opportunity to attend an Introduction to Mental Health course run by the charity Jersey FOCUS.
On Monday 17th January, JCG welcomed Wai Hnin Pwint Thon, a 19 year old human rights activist and refugee from Burma.
Year 12 History students had a very successful trip to London on the 7th December.
On Tuesday 14th December 42 students completed the SPELL Induction training which was delivered by Suzanne Rentsch and Kim Waters of Autism Jersey.
We are delighted to report that JCG students won the Eisteddfod Cup for both Spanish and Italian sections on 29th November at the Jersey Arts Centre.
16 year 12 Geographers have just come back from a very snowy field trip in N Wales and Liverpool.
I am sure you will share in our delight at the continued success of Jersey College for Girls students in the prestigious international Royal Commonwealth essay society competition.
Congratulations are due to Kate MaCallum and Isobel Pedley in Y12 who braved blizzard conditions to attend the Image pr. Public speaking competition in The Arts Centre on Saturday 27th November.
What has cross-dressing got to do with tragedy? How can I choose an English course at university? Why study medieval literature?
Every year the 6th form support a particular charity, this is in addition to the charities that they support with all their work through our House system
Students in Year 11 were planning days in advance for Revision Skills Day.
Mr Howarth took part in a charity baking competition for Children in Need with BBC presenters and The Constable of St Helier, Simon Crowcroft.
All Year 13 Psychology students have recently visited the Jersey Magistrates Court.
Year 8 Geographers have been out in St Catherines woods
Work has started on our new drama studio. The studio will consist of a classroom teaching space to accommodate 25 students, a storage area for costumes and scenery and a departmental office and operations room with ICT, lighting and sound controls.
The Fashion Careers Clinic was held on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th October involving students from JCG, Beaulieu, Haute Valle, Mont a l?abbe, Hautlieu and Highlands.
On Thursday 14th October all of the Year 12 Psychology students embarked on an afternoon visit to Durrell.
On Wednesday 29 September the Year 10 and 11 Drama GCSE students participated in a fantastic mask workshop.
The annual House Play Competition, now in its second year, took place on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th October.
The 6th form prospectus is now available for downloading.
On Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th September we welcomed Dr Guy Sutton to the Psychology department for two days of intensive tutorials for gifted and talented students.
On Monday 20th September a small group of Year 11 History students and their parents met at La Hougue Bie to watch the sunrise.
Tuesday 21 September was World Alzheimer?s Day and the Jersey Association chose to make this their official launch date.
INSPIRE. EXPLORE.IMPACT. These are the words of African Impact.
We were delighted to see 67 eager young people on the first open audition for Sweet Charity on Monday 6th September.
26 A-Level biologists and 4 teachers headed out to La Isla De Juventud, Cuba for a three week bio-diversity study.