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  • 08/10/21

    Founders' Walk 2021

    It was a wet and windy start to our annual Founders Day walk on 1 October - but that didn't dampen the boys' spirits! We had some brilliant runner and walker times, so well done to all that took part! Also a huge shout out to our VCPA who were on hand to congratulate the boys at...
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  • 07/10/21

    VCJ Open Evening 2021

    With demonstrations of food technology, 3D printing in DT, the “screaming jelly baby” in Chemistry and so much more - we hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did!If you were unable to join us and would like to book a prefect tour, please get in touch via admin@vcj.sch.je. Come and disc...
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  • 06/10/21

    Victoria College students ‘Speak Up’ about male mental health

    We will be cultivating a culture in which our students can 'Speak Up' about their emotions, removing the stigma around boys and men talking about their mental health. Our Student Council highlighted mental health as topic they wanted to concentrate attention on this academic year; our activi...
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  • 24/09/21

    Open Evening

    On Wednesday 6th October we will be opening our doors to prospective students and their parents to come and explore our world of opportunity. Hear from teachers, prefects and our leadership team. Explore our facilities and even partake in some demonstrations! We look forward to seeing you ther...
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  • 23/09/21

    Victoria College Prep Bring Local Primary Schools Together with Weekend Football Tournament

    VCP are due to host a series of football tournaments for local primary schools at their Heathfield site throughout the autumn term. Due to Covid the usual fixtures between VCP and other primary schools across the island were cancelled. In a bid to maintain friendly competition and offer students...
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  • 20/09/21

    VAiiE join as first Foundation Partner for VCP

    Victoria College Preparatory School (VCP) is delighted to announce their collaboration with local technology company Vaiie as their first Foundation Partner. Foundation Partners are corporate or commercial companies that offer Victoria College schools funding to aid students learning through bursary...
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  • 10/09/21

    VCJ Prize Giving 2021

       
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  • 03/09/21

    Vaccination response from JCVI

    The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) is currently not recommending routine vaccination for all children and young people under the age of 16 years. In line with the JCVI, Jersey’s vaccination programme is offering COVID19 vaccination to all young...
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  • 03/09/21

    Staffing Changes for 2021-22

    Leadership Team  Mr Patrick Crossley (Deputy Head),   Mr Anthony Griffin (Assistant Head Pastoral),   Ms Karen Palfreyman (Assistant Head Academic),   Mr Alan Falle (Head of Sixth Form and also overseeing Key Stag...
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  • 02/09/21

    Welcome from our new Headteacher

    Dear Parents,  I very much hope that you are safe and well, and have had an enjoyable summer holiday. I have spent the break here in Jersey with my wife, children and spaniel, during which it has been great to chat to many of our Victoria College students around the Island. As ever I am...
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  • 12/08/21

    Victoria College Students Achieve Excellent GCSE Results

    Year 11 Victoria College students were due to sit their GCSEs this summer across a range of subjects. A total of 53.86% received grades between 7-9 (which is the equivalent to the A*-A grades). Students were welcomed into the Great Hall on Thursday morning (12 August) between 9am and 12pm to rece...
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  • 11/08/21

    Students Show Resilience Ahead of A Level Results Day​​​​​​​

    83 Victoria College students were due to sit their A levels this summer. Against all odds a total of 93.3% Year 12 and 13 students received grades between A* – C – allowing them to move onto university, higher education or straight into a career of their choice.
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