As with other health and safety advice, the College follow the States’ guidance in terms of whether schools should be open or not.
Given the developments in distance learning following Covid, we are now able to offer a broader provision should we have to shut for safety reasons.
In view of this, the first day of snow will be lighter touch in terms of distance teaching. Whilst there will be an opportunity to connect with teachers and seek revision support, we will have a programme that children can opt in or out of to allow for more time for enjoying the unique opportunity that snow in Guernsey brings.
Should the snow continue, we will on the second day and onwards, revert to a full remote provision as we did during the most recent Covid lockdown.
In the event of overnight snow and ice
In the event of snow during the day
General information in the event of poor weather
Please be advised that:
- Whilst we do our very best to make the site safe we may not be able to clear all pathways and so both parents and children should proceed with caution.
- We may have limited or indeed no access to The Core, so packed food/drink is required.
- Students are encouraged to wear footwear and outer clothing which keeps them safe and warm.