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Odd Socks for Anti Bullying Week

12th November 2019

Today we are wearing odd socks to mark Anti Bullying Week. It is a day to celebrate that we are all unique.

 

Congratulations to Mrs Hide and Miss Welburn

9th November 2019

Congratulations to Mrs Hide and Miss Welburn who have qualified as eduCCateGlobal™ Climate Change Teachers, accredited by the UN. To succeed, they had to pass these modules: - Children & Climate Change - Human Health & Climate Change - Cities & Climate Change …

 

Year 10 JCG/VCJ Debate

8th November 2019

Our UNCRC Article of the month: Article 12 – Respect the views of the child. Under the guidance of our Vice Principal, Miss Rollo, Year 10 teams from JCG and VCJ prepared for a debate, which was hosted by Emma Baker from ITV …

 

Music Cafe

8th November 2019

JCG students, friends and families had a musical treat on Friday lunchtime. The first Music Cafe took place and the performers were great.

 

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  • House Drama
    Oct '19

    What a great night of drama! We were all so impressed with your talent and team work. 1st - CF 2nd - IN 3rd - GA

  • Inter-school Hockey Tournament
    Oct '19

    The Year 10/11 hockey team played some excellent hockey in our annual inter-schools tournament held at Claremont yesterday. 7 schools were involved. We won all but one game which placed us 2nd. Well done to all those involved. We have our Year 7 …

  • Lieutenant Governor’s Cadet of the Year
    Oct '19

    Congratulations to Clara, Year 12, who has been appointed as a Lieutenant Governor's Cadet of the year at a ceremony this afternoon.

  • ‘Spectroscopy in a suitcase’
    Oct '19

    Tim Harrison and Bethan Donnelly, from the University of Bristol, delivered 'Spectroscopy in a suitcase' sessions to our A Level Chemistry students on behalf of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Our students had the opportunity to learn about and use …

  • GA Quiz
    Oct '19

    The annual GA Quiz was a great success. Participants had great fun and raised over £1200 in the process. Well done to the organisers and thank you to the quiz masters.

  • Year 9 Hockey Tournament
    Oct '19

    Year 9 Hockey Tournament. The weather was rather wet and chilly, but the students played some really great hockey. Four wins and one loss of 1-0 to Le Rocquier left us in 2nd place this year. Well done to all involved.

  • JCG vs Great Baddow School
    Oct '19

    We had a feisty netball match against Great Baddow School from the UK on Friday. It was our Year 9A team who played superbly, showing strength and experience to overcome their opponents. The final score was 31-11 to JCG. Determination …

  • Congratulations to Emily for Qualifying as an Elite Gymnast
    Oct '19

    Congratulations to Emily. She has completed her Compulsory 1 and qualified as an elite gymnast, whilst gaining a score that placed her 12th nationally. Well done for all of the hard work and determination involved in reaching such a high standard.

  • Island Plan Talk
    Oct '19

    This morning the students really embraced the opportunity to engage with the future plans for Jersey. From some of the creative and progressive suggestions the girls made today, we wouldn’t be surprised if these decisions will be in their …

  • House Badminton
    Oct '19

    House Badminton The standard of play has really improved this year and some excellent games played, with some very close scores. The results are as follows - 1st - CA 2nd - CF (only one point difference between them and …

  • Football Festival
    Sep '19

    Well done to our Year 8 footballers at yesterday's festival!

  • Prize Giving 2019
    Sep '19

    Congratulations to all of our award winners. A big thank you to Kate Richardson-Walsh, OBE, for spending the day with us, coaching our hockey players, her inspirational words and for presenting the prizes.

  • Prize Giving Speaker
    Sep '19

    Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE, Olympic Gold medalist captain of GB Hockey team was our speaker at prize giving. She also took some time to coach our 1st XI hockey team. Mrs McAnuff, Head of the Performance Faculty, said: 'she was truly …

  • Congratulations Bella
    Sep '19

    Congratulations to Bella who has recently been selected for the U17 Bath netball squad. On Sunday she travelled to Bath for trials and was successful in making the team. Bella will now train regularly in the UK and we wish …

  • GCSE Exam Results
    Aug '19

    Highest percentage of students ever achieve straight A/7s or above at JCG. Carl Howarth, Principal, stated: ‘Our students have worked so hard in partnership with their teachers and have demonstrated such ambition and determination to achieve these excellent grades. …

  • A level Exam Results – Effort, perseverance and ambition combined.
    Aug '19

    Carl Howarth, Principal of JCG, stated: ‘Effort, perseverance and ambition combined with the great support and care of their teachers and parents, have enabled our students to excel not just academically but far more importantly as thoughtful, accomplished, courageous and …

  • Dragon’s Den
    Aug '19

    Jersey “Dragons” award £4,000 as local and international pupils enter the Den Students faced six of the Island’s best business minds in the Boardroom with the top team taking home £2,000 as the finale to Jersey College for Girls’ LEAP programme. …

  • Diva Opera
    Jul '19

    Thanks to the generous patronage of Mrs Anne Binney MBE, staff and student musicians enjoyed a wonderful evening at Diva Opera’s production of l’Italiana in Algeri on Tuesday. For many this was their first experience of live opera, …

  • Castles and Coastlines
    Jul '19

    Over the past 6 days students from Soong Ching Ling School in Shanghai and JCG have been taking part in an Arts Leadership Programme run by JCG Foundation. They ran a pop-up gallery at Lewis Tower – Castles and Coastlines

  • JCG’s Inaugural Science Shows
    Jul '19

    A team of five Year 12 students are visiting nine primary schools this week to deliver Science Shows. On Monday, we started with Grouville in the morning and JCG Prep in the afternoon. Next up, St Saviours, Grands Vaux, First Tower, …

  • Cardboard Boat Race 2019
    Jul '19

    The Channel Islands Group of Professional Engineers organised an event called the “Cardboard Boat Race 2019”. JCG entered two teams, the “Seagulls” and the “Heebie Jeebies”. Following a brief design session, students were given recycled cardboard boxes and lots of Gaffa …

  • Cyber Security Day
    Jul '19

    Students attended a Cyber Security Day with Victoria College at Beaulieu yesterday. They had a great day, learning and becoming cyber forensic scientists, exploring evidence to be able to provide this to the police, in order to work out what …

  • Sports Day – Congratulations Cavell!
    Jul '19

    Sports Day Results: 1st CA 2nd NI 3rd IN 4th CF 5th GA 6th AB Support Award: 1st GA 2nd NI 3rd = CA, IN, CF, AB

  • Visiting Students
    Jul '19

    Welcome to Shanghai No. 3 Girls' High School. We hope you enjoy your stay in Jersey.

  • Sark to Jersey Row
    Jul '19

    Charlotte completed the Sark to Jersey row - 26km - in 2 hours 34 minutes - the fastest junior boat – all in a swell with fog! An amazing feat. Huge congratulations

  • Year 11 Prom
    Jul '19

    Year 11 had a wonderful evening celebrating the end of their GCSEs and their compulsory education. Thank you for making the exam season and the evening a pleasure.

  • Leavers Service
    Jun '19

    Thank you to Year 13 and the Heads of Sixth Form for a memorable and moving thanksgiving service this morning. We wish you success. May you always aspire, inquire, excel and belong!

  • Student Art Exhibit
    Jun '19

    We have some wonderful work being exhibited in our Creativity Department. Make sure you take a look. Well done to the students and staff involved.

  • Inter School Rounders Tournament
    Jun '19

    Over our 4 inter schools rounders tournaments this week, we saw some outstanding play and sportsmanship. Some age groups were very challenging and the students had to step up their tactics with very close matches. The Year 8s and 9s played …

  • Rounders Bonding
    Jun '19

    Year 9 JCG and Collège André Malraux students from Granville are having a great time getting to know each other and bonding over a game of rounders. We look forward to welcoming them to the College tomorrow.

  • Gold Chief Scout Award
    Jun '19

    Congratulations to Holly, Jasmine, Annabel and Eve. They have been working really hard to achieve the Gold Chief Scout Award. It looks like they had fun too. Well done!

  • House Fashion 2019
    Jun '19

    The audience were astounded by the creativity of our students in a wonderful evening celebrating design. The students were congratulated for their hard work and dedication.

  • Garrett-Anderson collaborating to decorate their gorilla for the Durrell Go Wild trail.
    Jun '19

    Everyone in Garrett-Anderson has enjoyed collaborating to decorate their gorilla for the Durrell Go Wild trail.

  • Year 8 Healthy Eating Week
    Jun '19

    Year 8 students are making healthy dishes containing at least 3 portions of their ‘5 a day’ for Healthy Eating Week.

  • Year 12 Geography Field Trip
    Jun '19

    Year 12 Field Trip - students developed their skills for their Geography NEAs – they will be working on their individual investigations tomorrow.

  • College Gardens Unveiling
    Jun '19

    Music making students taking part in the unveiling event at College Gardens ... a link with our former buildings.

  • HRH Visit
    Jun '19

    It was an honour to welcome HRH The Princess Royal to JCG today for the launch of the @BNFEvents's Healthy Eating Week. Well done to the JCG family for joining in the celebrations.

  • Student Leadership
    Jun '19

    Our new Student Leadership Team enjoyed an evening of leadership tasks with representatives of the Jersey Field Squadron. They came up with some original solutions to problems. We look forward to their impact in the year ahead.

  • Certificate of Distinction in the Southampton Mathematics Challenge
    Jun '19

    Nikita received a Certificate of Distinction in the Southampton Mathematics Challenge. She collected it at the Annual Awards Ceremony at Southampton University. Congratulations. What an achievement!

  • Little Leopards received their certificate of registration
    May '19

    Little Leopards received their certificate of registration. Well done to Philippa for her hard work.

  • Folk Drumming Workshop
    May '19

    Last Friday the Year 10 GCSE Music class enjoyed an excellent folk drumming workshop with visiting specialist Ruairi Glasheen.

  • Liberation Day
    May '19

    Congratulations to Olivia who sung Beautiful Jersey in Jerriais and English so beautifully during the Liberation Day Commemoration Service.

  • Maths Challenge
    Apr '19

    It's great to welcome students from across the island for the UKMT Maths Team Challenge. Great pace and great fun with plenty of learning along the way.

  • House Results 2019
    Apr '19

    House results for the year: 1st CF 2nd GA 3rd CA 4th NI 5th AB 6th IN Well done everybody and happy Easter​

  • New Student Leadership Team 2019-2020
    Apr '19

    We are delighted to present our new student leadership team. Thanks to our 2018-2019 team and good luck to Rosie, Emily and Lily leading from now on.

  • Dr Aric Sigman
    Apr '19

    Dr Aric Sigman's talk on alcohol use among young people gave empowering, compelling research on why, when it comes to alcohol, ‘tough love’ parenting is the best for our children.

  • Carmina Burana
    Mar '19

    It was a packed house for the superb concert Carmina Burana performed by Jersey College for Girls, Victoria College and Victoria College Preparatory School. There was a fantastic opening to the evening from PWC Jersey Young Musician of the Year, …

  • ‘Starting Out’ exhibition at Harbour Gallery
    Mar '19

    Well done to Nadege for being one of 16 finalists chosen to exhibit her work in the ‘Starting Out’ exhibition at Harbour Gallery. The exhibition is showcasing a range of work from students embarking on art and textiles degrees later this …

  • Introduction to Medicine
    Mar '19

    Jenna, Clara, Athene and Emily have been at the hospital for the past three days getting to know a bit more about medicine on the Introduction to Medicine Programme.

  • Year 8 Netball Tournament
    Mar '19

    Two teams were entered in the annual Year 8 netball tournament held at Haute Vallee. The sun was shining and the students enjoyed some great competition. Our A team came first and our B team 3rd. Well done!

  • Trees for Life
    Mar '19

    On Friday Year 8 Students completed a JCG Serves activity with the Trees for Life charity at Val de la Mare. They completed essential conservation work ranging from weeding and creating ecobins to making beautiful willow sculptures to be displayed both …

  • Spring Concert
    Mar '19

    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.

  • Austen Bartlett Variety Show
    Mar '19

    AB House is delighted to say that the variety show raised over £600. Thanks to all who contributed in any way.

  • Travtel tournament
    Mar '19

    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
    Mar '19

    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 : …

  • Textile Workshop
    Mar '19

    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
    Mar '19

    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
    Mar '19

    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

  • Swimarathon
    Mar '19

    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 …

  • Buddy Baking 2019
    Mar '19

    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

  • PwC Jersey Young Musician of the Year competition
    Mar '19

    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. …

  • U14 Netball Tournament
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • Juvenes Translatores
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • Royal Opera House’s Prestigious Annual Design Challenge competition
    Feb '19

    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 ‘…

  • Jersey Schools Netball tournament
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • Welsh Alpine Ski Championships 2019
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • U18 Netball
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • Rotary Young Chef
    Feb '19

    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 …

  • Biology Day
    Feb '19

    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.

  • JCG Students Attend Children’s Network
    Jan '19

    Our students attended the Children's Network to contribute to the new children’s plan for Jersey.

  • JCG Careers Fair
    Jan '19

    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.

  • Brain Day
    Jan '19

    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.

  • JCG Visited by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell
    Jan '19

    Year 10 are privileged to hear Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell’s talk on ‘why we are made of star stuff’

  • Carmina Burana
    Jan '19

    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 …

  • GA Quiz Night
    Jan '19

    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 Highly Commended for the Independent School of the Year Community Outreach
    Jan '19

    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 …


  • Dec '18

    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.​

  • JCG awarded UNiCEF Rights Respecting School Bronze Award
    Dec '18

    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 …

  • JCG Vice Principal Toni Rollo awarded National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH)
    Dec '18

    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 …

  • Soup Kitchen
    Dec '18

    Our Y11 Food and Nutrition students made and served soup at the Shelter's Soup Kitchen in the Royal Square.

  • Cadet of the Year 2019
    Dec '18

    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
    Dec '18

    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
    Dec '18

    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.​

  • Spanish Eisteddfod Success
    Nov '18

    Congratulations to Mathilda who won her class in the Spanish Eisteddfod.

  • Us vs Them Netball
    Nov '18

    US VS THEM. Sixth form netball match v Victoria College . The girls won 24-7! Well done everyone.​

  • Win for Olive in Eisteddfod
    Nov '18

    Win for Olive in Eisteddfod

  • Jersey Finance competition
    Nov '18

    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 …

  • Juvenes Translatores Competition
    Nov '18

    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.

  • Bulb Planting
    Nov '18

    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 5 a-side football
    Nov '18

    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, …

  • JCG Tigers
    Nov '18

    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.

  • Poetry Winners
    Nov '18

    Our two poetry winners, Olivia and Hannah, attended the Never Such Innocence Centenary Finale at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 7th November.

  • Carmina Burana
    Nov '18

    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 …

  • Jersey Wellfest 2018
    Oct '18

    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
    Oct '18

    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.

  • Table tennis champion
    Oct '18

    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.

  • JCG actors excel in House Drama Competition
    Oct '18

    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 …

  • Art and Textiles Lecture
    Oct '18

    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 …

  • International Food Fair
    Oct '18

    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 …

  • Young Achiever of the Year at the Pride of Jersey Awards
    Sep '18

    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
    Sep '18

    Year 13 biology fieldwork, sampling sand dune habitats at St Ouen

  • Prize Giving 2018
    Sep '18

    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 Textiles Zoo Visit
    Sep '18

    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 …

  • New Year 7’s
    Sep '18

    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 Bonding Day
    Sep '18

    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!​

  • More students than ever achieve straight As at JCG.
    Aug '18

    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 …

  • Gap Medic Placement
    Aug '18

    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 …

  • JCG students achieve highest results in College’s history
    Aug '18

    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 …

  • JCG Buddy Miles
    Jul '18

    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.

  • An Inspiring Evening
    Jul '18

    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.​

  • House Maths Competition
    Jul '18

    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 Sports Day
    Jul '18

    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 …

  • Year 11 Prom
    Jun '18

    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.

  • Jersey Sings 2018!
    Jun '18

    JCG Students thoroughly enjoyed taking part in Jersey Sings 2018. Thank you to them, the helpers and the organisers.

  • JCG Leavers
    Jun '18

    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.​

  • 6th Form Induction
    Jun '18

    Our Y11 students have finished their GCSEs and today we are welcoming them into the Sixth Form at their induction day.

  • Young Enterprise Regional Finals
    Jun '18

    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.

  • Battlefields Trip
    Jun '18

    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, …

  • Y8 & 9 Italian Pizza Making
    Jun '18

    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!

  • Visit from Dr Perez
    Jun '18

    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
    Jun '18

    The Girls’ Schools Cup was held on Tuesday 5th June on a rather chilly blustery day

  • Les Jeux des Iles
    Jun '18

    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, …

  • Tinathon Challenge
    May '18

    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 …

  • Polling day at JCG
    May '18

    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 …

  • Mifumi pupils join Ceilidh workshop
    May '18

    We were joined by guests from Mifumi Primary School, Uganda, today. Our students taught helped them to join in a ceilidh workshop.​

  • Summer Concert 2018
    May '18

    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 …

  • National Biology Challenge
    May '18

    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
    Apr '18

    Candice Brown at JCG

  • Rotary Young Chef
    Apr '18

    Good luck to Sophie in the National Final of the Rotary Young Chef in Telford on Saturday next

  • College Garden Sculpture
    Apr '18

    JCG students visited Derek Tristram’s studio today to work on their sculptures for College Gardens

  • Rachel Hayden was awarded the Construction and Engineering Undergraduate of the Year Award
    Apr '18

    Huge congratulations to Rachel Hayden who was awarded the Construction and Engineering Undergraduate of the Year Award

  • Duke of Edinburgh Bronze
    Apr '18

    JCG was delighted to celebrate the achievement of over 80 students who achieved Bronze and Silver DofE Awards.

  • Student Leadership Training Days
    Apr '18

    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
    Apr '18

    House Music was up to its usual very high standards

  • House Winner
    Apr '18

    After another house year of competition, well done to Austen Bartlett who win cock house.

  • New Head Girl
    Mar '18

    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
    Mar '18

    Love Theatre presented a play to our Year 11, 12 & 13 students.

  • Jersey Schools Netball tournament.
    Mar '18

    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!​

  • Jersey Schools Netball tournament.
    Mar '18

    Last Tuesday, the U14 A and B netball teams played in the Jersey Schools Netball tournament.

  • JCG Ghana Interview
    Mar '18

  • Our musicians showcased their talent performing for their assessments.
    Mar '18

    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
    Mar '18

    JCG Foundation/JCGA Alumni Lunch 2018. A fun filled afternoon at the fabulous St Brelade's Bay Hotel

  • Trees for Life
    Mar '18

    The whole of Y8 completed some JCG Serves work with Trees for Life at Val de la Mare on Friday 16th March

  • Swimarathon
    Mar '18

    JCG houses once again did some great work at the Lions Swimarathon.

  • Rotary Young Chef
    Mar '18

    Sophie won the Rotary Young Chef heat in Southampton last Saturday.

  • Eisteddfod Under 18 Best Creative Image Trophy
    Mar '18

    Jaimie (Y7) has won the Eisteddfod Under 18 Best Creative Image Trophy with her entry ‘Missing Persons’. Congratulations.​

  • House Music
    Mar '18

    A large and appreciative audience enjoyed the second house music class of this year yesterday​ lunchtime, the Junior Vocal Solo.

  • Bristol Trip
    Mar '18

    Here are some photos of our chemists in action this morning in Bristol.

  • Austen Bartlett Variety Show and Talent Show
    Mar '18

    Austen Bartlett Variety Show and Talent Show

  • House Music 2018
    Mar '18

    House Music 2018 is underway!

  • Variety Young Star of the Year awards
    Mar '18

    A big congratulations to Mimi for being a finalist in the Variety Young Star of the Year awards.

  • Snow Day
    Feb '18

    JCG will be closed on Thursday 1st March 2018 as significant snow is forecast.

  • Psychology lectures with David Wilson
    Feb '18

    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

  • Jersey Schools Netball tournament
    Feb '18

    On Tuesday 20th February, both the Under 15 and 16 netball teams played in the Jersey Schools Netball tournament.

  • Yr 10 Textile GCSE
    Feb '18

    Year 10 GCSE Textile students had an inspiring day working with renowned textile artist Alison Hulmes producing beautiful printed fabric designs.

  • Free to be me – challenging conventions
    Feb '18

    On Tuesday, the Library Discussion Group gave a full school assembly in which they talked about the importance of accepting people as they are.

  • Prison! Me! No Way! Crime Day
    Feb '18

    Year 8 students had the opportunity to participate in Prison! Me! No Way! Crime Day.

  • Year 11 Language Speakers
    Jan '18

    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.

  • Brain Day
    Jan '18

    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.

  • JCG Parents’ Association Winter Ceilidh
    Jan '18

    Parents, teachers and students all joined in the fun.

  • JCG was delighted to welcome Lord Hastings to our Cyber Champ workshops today.
    Jan '18

    The event was attended by all island schools. We are grateful for KPMG’s generous support of the event.

  • PwC Jersey Young Musician section heats 2018
    Jan '18

    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.

  • Rotary Young Chef Competition
    Jan '18

    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 …

  • Sound of Music
    Dec '17

    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 …

  • St John’s Ambulance Cadet of the Year
    Dec '17

    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 …

  • JCG FOUNDATION SCHOOL FEE RAFFLE WINNER ANNOUNCED
    Nov '17

    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!

  • Swimming at the London Aquatics Centre
    Nov '17

    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 v VCJ Netball
    Nov '17

    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 …

  • Equiom Great Debate
    Nov '17

    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 …

  • International Food Fair
    Nov '17

    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
    Nov '17

    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.

  • Hockey Tournament at Les Quennevais
    Nov '17

    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.
    Nov '17

    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.

  • Jersey Lions launch annual charity bursary and issue a challenge to the Island’s young people
    Oct '17

    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.

  • Tournament
    Oct '17

    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’s Success
    Oct '17

    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 …

  • Skills for Life
    Oct '17

    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 & JCP School Fee Raffle
    Oct '17

    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 …