Students who do not meet the entry criteria, for example have a CAT score below 109, but wish to be considered for entry, must still apply by the deadline of 08 December 2021. This will then enable you to make an appeal for entry should you so wish by 18 February 2022. The appeals process is managed by the Department for Children, Young People, Education and Skills and utilises an online application form. We will provide details of the online appeals process after applications have been received.
Note: Due to Covid-19 health and safety procedures some visits/meetings may be held ‘virtually’ via video conference and other technologies depending on Government of Jersey guidelines. We will post any updates or changes to our schedule here on the Hautlieu website.
October 2021 Half Term
Publication of the Hautlieu 14+ Prospectus. A copy of the prospectus can be found below.
Beginning of November 2021
A team of Hautlieu staff visit all the 11-16 Government of Jersey non-fee-paying schools to speak to any students interested in applying to Hautlieu.
Covid update: Due to Covid guidelines we may not be able to visit schools at this time. However, should any parents/students wish to talk with us about the 14+ process please do not hesitate to get in contact with Hautlieu (and most importantly, join us for our Open Evening).
Tuesday 02 November 2021 – Hautlieu Open Evening / Virtual Open Evening
It may well be the case that due to Covid guidelines we will not be able to hold our open evening in person at the school. As an alternative, we are preparing an exciting Virtual Open Evening on Tuesday 02 November 2021 from 6pm. We encourage parents and students to join us for the live launch although you will also be able to watch the event at any point after this date.
Wednesday 08 December 2021
This is the deadline for the receipt of 14+ application forms. An email or letter acknowledging receipt of applications will be sent to parents from Hautlieu by Monday 13 December.
In the unlikely event that an application is lost in the post or is not processed, parents must contact the school BEFORE 3:20pm on Thursday 16 December 2021. If your child has been offered a place at Hautlieu School a decision about whether to accept or decline the place must be made by Monday 28 February 2022.
Monday 31 January to Friday 04 February 2022
Students who have met the entry criteria will be invited to Hautlieu on a day during this week to find out more about the school and to have an individual discussion with a member of staff. The day of the visit will vary according to current school – we will write to you and your child’s school in good time for this visit. Students will need to bring their most recent school report to this meeting. We will then write to you to confirm the offer of a place at Hautlieu for Year 10.
Friday 18 February 2022
This is the deadline for parents, who had applied by the 08 December 2021 deadline, and whose child had not been offered a place, as a result of not meeting the entry criteria, to appeal against this decision. The appeals process utilises an online form which is processed by the Department for Children, Young People, Education and Skills.
Monday 28 February 2022
(the first day after the half-term break)
This is the deadline for parents, whose child has been offered a place at Hautlieu, to return the form accepting this offer to the school.
Thursday 28 April 2022
An Information Evening will be held for parents and students who have accepted their places and are transferring to Hautlieu.
Monday 27 June 2022
Hautlieu welcomes students who are transferring to Hautlieu for their first day at their new school.
The application process to join Hautlieu School as a Year 10 student allows parents to make a late application to join Year 10 directly to Hautlieu after the application deadline of the 8 December 2021. In all cases applicants must meet the academic criteria for entry.
Generally late applications are considered under the following circumstances:
It is unlikely that requests will be granted for admission after the half term holiday of the Autumn Term unless there are exceptional circumstances.
All cases will be considered on an individual basis at the discretion of the Headteacher who in reaching a decision will consult with a student’s present Headteacher and any other parties as may be considered necessary. The Headteacher’s decision is final in all cases.
The above information may be subject to change given changes to the Government Covid guidelines. All updates will be published here on the Hautlieu website
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