This year’s festival will be held online on Sunday 24th January 2021 using video conferencing platform Microsoft Teams. Entrants will be sent an invitation to join a video conference at a scheduled time to watch the performances from their competition clâsse and receive feedback from the adjudicator.
Entering this year
Entries can be made by completing entry forms sent home via children's Jèrriais teachers.
Adult Student Entries
Adult Student entries can be made by downloading and printing the entry forms below.
Entry forms should either be handed to Jèrriais teachers with £2 entry fee or posted to L’Office du Jèrriais, Children, Young, People, Education and Skills, Highlands Campus, PO Box 142, St Saviour, Jersey, JE4 8QJ.
The closing date for entries is Friday 27th November 2020.
Own choice texts must be submitted to the Honorary Secretary by the same date.
Submission of recordings
Entrants are asked to make a video recording of their performance and submit it directly to secure storage facility Dropbox.
Entrants will be sent full instructions on how to send video files securely. Please include the entrant’s full name and clâsse number in the file name.
Video recordings must be submitted no later than Friday 8th January 2021
Data Protection and Safeguarding
In order to safely and securely collect and process personal data, as well as safeguard and promote the welfare of students, the Jèrriais Teaching Service will collect, process and hold entry forms and video recordings of performances using Government of Jersey approved secure storage and video conferencing platform Microsoft Teams. Videos will be destroyed immediately after the competition. Please see the Jèrriais Teaching Service Data Protection Policy, Privacy Statement and Safeguarding Policy for further details.
For more information about the Jèrriais Section and to read the Jersey Eisteddfod Festival Rules and Privacy Statement please click here.