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  • How do students travel to school.
    Guernsey Education provide a transport service for our students. Parents/Carers can also bring students to and from school. Students can also walk or cycle. We request that parents/carers let us know travel arrangements and ensure that students wear appropriate safe clothing/equipment when traveling independently.
  • What should I do if my child requires medication during the school day?
    Our school nurse (Lisa) oversees the administration of medication and we also have staff trained to administer medication as required. Before administering medication we require: Written consent from parent. Medication provided in original packaging. Prescribed medication should have childs name, dose, route and time clearly marked. If you have any questions, please get in touch with us. Our staff are trained to administer medication in accordance with the States Policy (below).
  • What times is the school day?
    Our school day starts at 8.40am and finishes at 2.55pm.
  • How can I pay for residentials?
    You can either make a one off payment or set up a payment plan with us. Please contact our admin team who will be able to support you with this. Although our residential programme is subsided with funds from the Everest Challenge, we are also dependent on contributions from parents/carers. Information about costs will be sent in advance of residentials. Additional donations or sponsorship towards our residential programme is also greatly appreciated and enables us to continue to offer these valuable opportunities to our students.
  • Can parents/carers meet with teachers?
    Yes. Parents/Carers are invited to annual reviews once each year. There are also additional planned parents evenings but if you're welcome to get in touch to arrange a meeting at any time.
  • Can I use the cafeteria at St Sampson's High School?
    Yes. Some classes visit the cafeteria once a week. This can be also arranged with your tutor and with permission from parents/carers.
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