- Category: Work Related Learning
Once again, budding reporters from Le Rocquier School will take to the cameras and microphones for this year's BBC School Report Day. On Thursday 10th March, Y8 students will be broadcasting live from the school all the latest happenings both nationally and internationally- tune in to hear Jersey's newest journalists in action!
- Category: Latest
We finished the week well with the annual Cross Country races on the school field and presentations to and by the students linked to the Stroke Association. We are also celebrating our new status as a stand-alone Duke of Edinburgh centre. This enables us to adapt the programme to specifically meet the needs of our students and it is something that we will be looking to expand in the future.
Student of the Week this week goes to Elisha Harvey in year 7, for her very special delivery at the Year 7 Parents' Evening. With Team of the Week going to the Year 9 Form Representatives for their presentations linked to the Stroke Association.
We will be hosting a Prison! Me! No Way!!! Jersey evening, focusing on NPS (New Psychoactive Substances) or so called 'legal highs'. Parents and students are invited to join us in the school hall at 7pm on Tuesday 9th February.
Apologies for finishing with a little moan.I spoke to well over twenty students who were late for school this morning. It would be very special next week, if nobody was late!
- Category: Latest
You may be aware of a story in the media and online this week regarding a Le Rocquier Teaching Assistant. I am sure you will understand that we cannot discuss the circumstances of any individual. However, I would like to reassure you that all incidents regarding staff and students are thoroughly investigated and steps are taken by the school and the Education Department to support anyone who finds themselves in a difficult situation. We have more than 120 staff in our school and we are all very passionate and proud of the caring nature of Le Rocquier and will continue to do everything we can to support all members of our school community.
Caros Encarregados de Educação
Devem estar ciente de uma história na mídia e em linha esta semana a respeito de um assistente de ensino no Le Rocquier. Tenho certeza que você vai entender que não podemos discutir as circunstâncias de nenhum indivíduo. No entanto, eu gostaria de assegurar-lhe que todos os incidentes relativos ao pessoal e os alunos são cuidadosamente investigados e são tomadas medidas pela escola e do Departamento de Educação para apoiar quem encontra-se numa situação difícil. Temos mais de 120 funcionários na nossa escola, no nossio ambiente escolar dedicamos e sentimos muito orgulho do Le Rocquier e continuaramos a fazer tudo o que pudermos para apoiar todos os membros da nossa comunidade escolar.
- Category: About us
Le Rocquier is a successful and oversubscribed 11-16 school serving the east of the Island of Jersey. It occupies a superb site with the new school buildings opened in 2006. Le Rocquier has extensive playing fields and excellent facilities for sport.
Within the past few years Le Rocquier has won numerous high profile awards including:
The International School Award 2005 to 2008, 2008 to 2011 and now 2011 to 2014 - and is the only school in the Channel Islands with this designation.
The Jersey Enterprise Sandpiper Training in Business Award in 2007 for developing the people within the school community and is the only school to have won this award.
Leading Parent Partnership Award 2009.
The Jersey Enterprise Skills Jersey Development of People Award 2010.
Investors in People at Profile level 2007 and was the first business in the Channel Islands to achieve this.
Investors in People Silver 2010.
Investors in People Champion 2011.
Jersey Institute of Directors 2011 Public Sector Director of the Year – Richard Rolfe, Headteacher
Institute of Directors National Public Sector Third Sector Director of the Year 2011: Richard Rolfe, former Headteacher. Richard was also the runner up in the overall Director of the Year category.
This demonstrates the school’s continued determination to be the best so that it can serve the community.
In a recent report by independent inspectors the school was called “outstanding” and the curriculum was also rated as outstanding.
We support a large range of abilities at Le Rocquier School and we are proud to celebrate all achievements. We are also proud that we are a school that supports children and their families whatever their starting point in life is.