La Rue de la Houguette, Five Oaks, St Saviour, Jersey JE2 7UG
10 reasons to choose St Michael's Preparatory School, Jersey
St Michael’s Preparatory School, Jersey has a Schoolsmith Score® of 82. It is one of the best independent prep schools in Jersey and one of the 3 best primary schools for 2 miles.
St Michael’s Preparatory School, Jersey is an independent prep day school for boys and girls (60%/40%) between the ages of 3.5 and 14 years. The school has a non-selective admissions policy. It is a standalone prep school, not tied to any one senior school. St Michael’s Preparatory School, Jersey fees range from £4,305 (Rec) to £6,768 per term (2023/24).
Average class size
St Michael’s Preparatory School, Jersey has two classes per year and an average class size of 17 pupils.
Destinations for St Michael’s Preparatory School Jersey leavers are a mainland independent boarding school after Common Entrance, in particular, the Sherborne Schools, Cheltenham College, Canford and King’s Taunton. There is a ‘Shell Year’ option, Year 9, to bridge for Year 10 entry into Hautlieu School.
The St Michael's Preparatory School, Jersey curriculum
School curriculum is based on the National Curriculum, the Jersey Curriculum, and the ISEB Common Entrance curriculum. It also includes PSHE, reasoning, French, Spanish, Latin. There are Theme Weeks such as science/STEM Week. In Year 9, the school follows a curriculum for Hautlieu entry. There may be an occasional extra-curricular academic or hobby club.
More on the curriculum
There are regular educational trips for all year groups, visiting speakers and residential trips from Year 5, including Annual Activities Week.
Specialist teachers for sport and music throughout, and for most subjects from Year 5.
Sport at St Michael's Preparatory School, Jersey
School offers between 10 and 15 different sports over the course of the year. Competitive teams in major sports from Year 3.
The Arts at St Michael's Preparatory School, Jersey
Art, music and drama are taught as discrete curricular subjects to all pupils. All pupils learn an instrument in class and half take extra-curricular instrument lessons from Year 3. Four choirs, two orchestras and several instrument ensembles. There are some extra-curricular creative and performing arts clubs.
School hours are 8.40am to 3.45pm. After school clubs can extend the day to 5.00pm.