- Preguntas frecuentes de los padres
Preguntas frecuentes de los padres
The parent FAQ should contain answers to questions you may have about our school and your child's attendance with us.
¿Dónde puedo informarme sobre la admisión en la Escuela Superior?
Tenemos una sección entera en nuestro sitio web que explica el proceso de admisión.
What will happen on my child's first day?
All new students are asked to arrive in uniform and report to the main reception at JCG. KS3 Students will be required to arrive at 08:00 and KS 4/5 students will be required to arrive at 08:15 on their first day. The students will be met and greeted on their first morning, along with other new students who will also be joining at the same time. On their first day the students will also be provided with their timetables, house group information etc. and shown where they will need to go when they have arrived.
What support is available for new students finding their way around our campus?
Students tend to worry about being late for lessons when they first come to the College. The reality is that teachers are understanding and students help each other. Students quickly get to know their way around the campus as the layout and room numbering is easy to understand once you are here.
What are the school day times?
Los alumnos de 7º a 11º curso pueden llegar al colegio a partir de las 7.30 de la mañana. Sin embargo, les pedimos que permanezcan en la Cúpula o en nuestra Biblioteca hasta las 8.15 h, momento en el que podrán acceder a sus taquillas en el resto de edificios. Después de las clases, los alumnos pueden participar en diversas actividades extraescolares. Además, pueden quedarse en el colegio y trabajar en la biblioteca hasta las 5 de la tarde.
Los alumnos de sexto curso pueden hacer uso completo del Sixth Form Centre de 7.30 a 17.00 horas.
|8:25 – 8:35||Inscripción|
|8:35 – 9:35||Período 1|
|9:40 – 10:40||Período 2|
|10:40 – 11:00||Pausa|
|11:00 – 12:00||Período 3|
|12:05 – 13:05||Período 4|
|13:05 – 14:00||Almuerzo|
|14:00 – 14:20||Tutor/Hora de la asamblea|
|14:25 – 15:25||Período 5|
¿Cómo van y vienen los alumnos de la escuela?
Servicio de autobús universitario
Existe un servicio regular de autobuses universitarios proporcionado por Liberty Bus para los estudiantes de JCG y Victoria College (en algunas rutas, también se les unen estudiantes de otros colegios). La información y los horarios están disponibles en el sitio web de States of Jersey
Los autobuses escolares están programados para llegar al Colegio mucho antes de las 8.25 de la mañana para permitir un comienzo rápido de la inscripción y de las clases de la mañana.
Para más información, visite el sitio web de Liberty Bus.
Aparcamiento - Dejar y recoger a los estudiantes
- Hay un aparcamiento designado para dejar a los estudiantes en el aparcamiento superior de la planta baja, gestionado por el personal del centro entre las 8.00 y las 8.30 horas.
- El personal del centro se encarga de recoger a los alumnos desde las 14.45 h (Prep School) hasta las 15.45 h, hora de salida de los autobuses.
- Los padres no deben recoger o dejar a sus hijos en la carretera principal o en el aparcamiento de visitantes fuera de College House o en Langford Sports Centre, ya que esto es inseguro y da lugar a muchas cuestiones de Salud y Seguridad.
Where can I find when the school holidays are?
All term dates are available on the government website
What were last year's exam results?
All of last year's results can be found here.
¿Dónde puedo encontrar información sobre las tasas escolares?
Para toda la información sobre las tasas escolares, haga clic aquí.
¿Cuándo nos cobran las tasas?
Las tasas se cobrarán mediante domiciliación bancaria el primer día de cada mes.
Los honorarios de JCG se pagan un trimestre por adelantado mediante domiciliación bancaria mensual, comenzando el 1 de junio, el 1 de octubre y el 1 de febrero para los trimestres de otoño, primavera y verano respectivamente.
¿Cuándo suben las tasas escolares?
Las tasas se revisan anualmente en el trimestre de primavera. En septiembre de cada año, tras consultar con el Consejo Superior y el Gobierno de Jersey, se aumentan las tasas según sea necesario. El Consejo Superior se esfuerza por informar a los padres de las nuevas tasas al final del trimestre de primavera.
Al pasar de JCP a JCG, ¿tengo que pagar un depósito?
Se requiere un depósito de 400 libras esterlinas para asegurar la plaza de su hijo en la Senior School. Esto puede ser pagado por BACS.
When transferring from JCP to JCG, how will I be invoiced and when?
You will be sent an invoice in the post from the States Treasury in the Spring Term prior to starting JCG in the September. The amount invoiced will be the remaining balance of the term’s fees minus the deposit that you have already paid as this is deducted for the first term’s invoice.
¿A quién debo dirigirme si tengo dudas sobre las tasas?
Póngase en contacto con Government of Jersey Treasury & Exchequer
Para consultas sobre tasas y facturación:
Correo electrónico: [email protected]
Para efectuar un pago si hay algún problema con la domiciliación bancaria:
(Tenga en cuenta que todas las cuotas escolares deben pagarse normalmente mediante domiciliación bancaria).
Correo electrónico: [email protected]
También puede pagar con tarjeta a través de gov.je
Para ponerse en contacto con el servicio de cobro de deudas:
Correo electrónico: [email protected]
Tesoro y Hacienda - Recaudación de ingresos
Apartado de correos 353
Calle Broad, 19-21
Is financial assistance for fees available at JCG?
Yes, this is offered. Find out more here.
¿Cuál es el tamaño medio de las clases en JCG?
En los cursos de GCSE (10 y 11) el tamaño medio de las clases es de 18 alumnos. En el Sixth Form el tamaño medio de las clases es de 12 alumnos.
Where can I find contact details for my child's teacher?
All staff can be contacted via email. A list of all staff is available here.
Which subjects are taught at JCG?
You can view all of the subjects we offer here.
¿Sigue el centro el plan de estudios GCSE o IGCSE?
Cada departamento elige la titulación que considera más adecuada para nuestros alumnos y nuestra filosofía educativa. En algunas asignaturas, consideramos que el IGCSE ofrece una experiencia académica más rigurosa y agradable que preparará a los alumnos de forma más eficaz para sus cursos de A level, pero hay otras asignaturas en las que creemos que el GCSE ofrece igual rigor.
How much homework do students receive and how can I check what has been set?
The amount of homework set depends on a students’ year group and varies depending on subject. All homework is set though ShowMyHomework. Students and parents receive logon details for this.
How is student work assessed?
Speak to your child's teachers to understand how assessments take place.
How does my child track and receive feedback on their work?
Students are given regular feedback on their work and they should be aware of their grades. All information on tracking and reporting is available, just speak to your child's teacher.
What is academic mentoring?
Academic mentoring is an integral part of the tutorial system and academic mentoring sessions are an opportunity for a conversation between a mentor and student related to learning. Academic mentoring enhances the ethos of tracking student progress to ensure that each student knows where they are with their learning, where they have made progress, what they need to do to improve and what targets they need to set in order to further their progress.
How do tutor groups work?
When they start at JCG, each student will be placed in a House tutor group. If there is a family link with a house, this information is considered during the application process. Tutor groups meet twice daily and are crucial to the pastoral care of students and they remain the same throughout a student’s time in the College. Students do not attend subject lessons in their tutor groups.
How do teaching groups work?
Each student is placed into a teaching group. In Year 7-9, students will access the majority of their lessons in these groups. The groups will change at the beginning of Year 8 and Year 9. After Year 9, teaching groups vary and are often determined by the options students select for their exam subjects.
Is there career guidance and support for students wishing to move to higher educations, employment or further education?
JCG is fully committed to ensuring our students are prepared for the opportunities and challenge that they will encounter after leaving College. There is an annual JCG Careers Fair, students access lunchtime talks, there is full support for applications for the students’ next step.
What do we do I do if my child needs to miss school?
If your child is unwell, you should email [email protected] or phone 01534 516200 as soon as possible in the morning. Any requests for absence to attend a medical appointment should be emailed to [email protected]. Emails requesting absence for other reasons should be addressed to the Principal and also sent to [email protected].
How do Parents Evenings work?
We have some Parent Information Evenings. This is when parents are invited in to hear general presentations and talk about information pertinent to them and their daughters. We also have Parent Evenings for year groups when appointments are made via the Parent Evening Booking System for short consultations with subject teachers. It is important to note that parents are encouraged to contact teachers if they have any concerns or queries and not wait for a Parent Evening. Invitation letters are always emailed to parents for these events.
What extra-curricular activities does JCG offer?
At JCG we have students with a variety of talents and interests and we aim to give them a large range of activities to choose from. These do change on a termly basis so please refer here.
What off island trips does the College offer?
To see information about our off-island trips, please click here:
How do students become involved in drama productions, orchestras, choirs, sports teams or other extra-curricular activities?
This varies depending on year group. Students need to keep an eye on notices and the extra-curricular publications to see what is going on. Drama productions and some music groups usually require an audition and some sports teams are selected through trials. More information can be accessed about extra-curricular activities here.
Can students do the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at JCG?
JCG is an approved centre for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and students are encouraged to complete Bronze, Silver and Gold awards from Year 9 to Year 13.
What facilities are available for music at JCG?
We have a Band Room and another music room as well as practice rooms within our Music Department. We also have a designated area for students to store their instrument. Students are able to access lessons with the Jersey Instrumental Service or through Polyphony.
What facilities are available for sports at JCG?
JCG shares Langford Sports Centre with Victoria College. The centre has a gymnasium, sports hall, dance studio, climbing wall, swimming pool and gym equipment. We also have an astroturf used for hockey and tennis, two external netball courts and a playing field.
What facilities are available for creative subjects like art, Design & Technology, Textiles and Food & Nutrition?
Our Creativity Faculty is housed in purpose-built facilities. The well-equipped Design Centre was designed to provide a harmonious and integrated working relationship between creative subjects.
Does JCG have a library?
The JCG library is situated at the heart of the College and is a bright and welcoming area for students and staff to visit.
What help is at hand to support progress and wellbeing?
Students can talk to any adult member of staff if they are worried about something and their tutor is the first point of contact for them and you. More information on progress and wellbeing.
Is there a buddying system for students?
Year 7 students are always given a Year 12 buddy. The College runs activities to allow the buddy to get to know each other, for example, a lunch, baking and badminton. Year 7 and Year 12 students always value the partnership and their friendship often continues beyond the College.
Can my child purchase lunch at school or do I need to provide one?
At the College we have a canteen facility called the Dome which is located in the centre of Chesshire. All of our students have the opportunity to purchase food from the Dome in the morning before school starts, during break times and at lunch.
What uniform does my child need to have and where can I purchase it?
All information on the College uniform and where it can be purchased can be found here.
What other equipment is required?
As part of the standard JCG requirement for all new starters, JCG arrange the provision of ‘Starter’ bundle, which includes House T-Shirt (large youth), Maths calculator and Maths geometry set.
- 1 x Calculator
- 1 x Geometry set
The Maths Department has a stock of calculators and geometry sets that are ideal for use by students, especially because there is software available which allows the teacher to demonstrate the use of specific functions on the calculator to the class. Calculators and geometry sets can be purchased from the Maths Department in September. Cash or cheque will be accepted.
Food and Nutrition:
- 1 x Cooking Basket
Aprons will be provided by the school
- 1 x Scientific Calculator
- 1 x pack of colouring pencils
- 1 x Pencil Case
- 2 x HB Pencil
- 1 x Eraser 1 x 30cm Ruler
- 1 x Sharpener
- 2 x Black Pens
- 2 x Blue Pens
- 1 x Glue stick
- 1 x Notepad
Additional items are allowed.
- 1 x School Bag
Please note all items need to be clearly labelled.
What books will my child need?
We ask all students to purchase their own textbooks and an up to date list of required books for year 7 and where to purchase them can be found here.
Some of our courses use an online textbook resource which the College provides free of charge, giving students the option to buy a physical book if they wish. Despite the digital age, where information is easily accessible, many students still favour a physical text book over a digital equivalent. In listening to our students and how they learn, they tell us that, where a good textbook is available, they would learn more effectively if they have ownership of the resources required for their studies. This personal ownership allows the textbook to be personalised and annotated according to the individual student’s need and style of working. The new style of subject specific textbooks facilitates and encourages this further.
The structure of textbooks has developed considerably, with detailed contents and glossary pages and chapters which have a logical flow, building upon the prior knowledge acquired in previous chapters. Different topics are usually presented in a similar stimulating format; this familiarity enables students to focus efficiently on the content and explanation. Many textbooks contain pages with the key learning objectives, examination hints and self-assessment questions. Furthermore, students embarking on their university studies feedback that their A level textbooks remain an essential resource during the initial months of their course.
Does JCG have a house system?
Yes we do and house activities are very important in the College. More information about the school houses is available here.
Are students given the opportunity to contribute their opinions on the running of the College?
Yes. One of the main vehicles for doing this is JCG Voice which allows many ways for students to express opinions. As part of this each form has a representative on Student Council.
Where can a current student find out all the information they need about the College?
A current student has access to the student portal. This area includes information, for example, about term dates, JCG Voice, JCG Serves, use of technology, surveys, food available in the Dome, relevant policies and how to report bullying.
What is the JCG Foundation?
The JCG Foundation was launched in February 2011 as a Charitable Trust to support current and past students and education in Jersey. The Foundation raises awareness of our College within the local, national and international community. The Foundation is run as a separate entity to the College itself and provides an overarching organisation for all aspects of the alumni both now and in the future. The Foundation currently supports six bursaries and one international university bursary. The JCG Foundation incorporates the JCGA Old Girls' Association - The Jersey College Alumnae. The JCG Foundation supports not just initiatives for JCG but other local schools including: The Equiom Debate, Rathbone’s Revision Academy, KPMG Cyber Champ Programme.
The Foundation's five key areas of focus:
- Alumnae - To strengthen long-term connections with the JCG Alumnae, creating a sustainable network of support and advocacy for the JCG community and increasing the sense of belonging.
- Student Support - To substantially increase funding available for scholarships and needs-based financial support for students, to enable any student offered a place to be able to accept irrespective of their financial background.
- Capital Projects - To invest in state-of-the-art facilities that inspire and enable our students, staff and other local students the opportunity to flourish and excel.
- Learning and Curriculum Development - To ensure JCG remains at the forefront of educational innovation and learning by extending students' range of skills to meet the challenges and opportunities of living and working in today's dynamic world.
- Island-wide Learning - The JCG Foundation is committed to provide innovative educational projects and events that benefit all Jersey students.
Who are the members of JCG's Board of Governors?
For information on the JCG board of Governors please click here.
Does the College have social media that I can follow?
Yes. This is a good way to keep up with what is going on in the College. You can see our page on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JerseyCollegeForGirls/, follow us on Twitter @jcg_live or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jcgjersey/
How do I find out about events taking place in the College?
The College usually has a busy schedule of events. Please refer to our calendar.
When did JCG open?
JCG opened on 20th September 1880. Find out more about the College’s history.
How will the College manage bullying/social issues?
Our Counter Bullying policy is in place to deal with bullying issues and the procedures apply equally to online behaviour and inappropriate use of social media. Additionally, all students are required to adhere to the Acceptable Use Agreement when using technology at College.
Is there a list of the College’s policies?
Please find all policies and procedures here.
What do I do if I have a complaint?
The College has a complaints policy. We receive very few complaints. Problems sometimes arise from misunderstandings that can be easily addressed. Most concerns and complaints can be sorted out quickly by speaking with a student’s teacher.
¿Cómo puedo informarme de lo que el Colegio ofrece a los estudiantes internacionales?
JCG ofrece programas a tiempo completo, de inmersión y de liderazgo para estudiantes internacionales. La mejor manera de informarse sobre la oferta para estudiantes internacionales es consultar la sección correspondiente de nuestro sitio web.
¿Dónde está Jersey?
Jersey está situada cerca del Reino Unido y de Europa continental, con vuelos regulares diarios a múltiples destinos. Reconocida como uno de los lugares más seguros del mundo para vivir, Jersey ofrece aire limpio, playas impresionantes y el entorno perfecto para prosperar. Como importante centro financiero, Jersey alberga algunos de los principales bancos e instituciones financieras internacionales, situados a sólo 40 minutos de vuelo del centro de Londres.
¿Cuál es el porcentaje de estudiantes internacionales en JCG?
JCG tiene como objetivo proporcionar una educación firmemente basada en la lengua inglesa y en las calificaciones de los exámenes de inglés. El porcentaje de estudiantes extranjeros que estudian en JCG está limitado a un máximo del 6% de la población escolar. Creemos firmemente en el valor de nuestros programas internacionales y deseamos proporcionar a todos los estudiantes una experiencia de inmersión en la lengua inglesa que se verá reforzada por el alcance global de nuestros estudiantes y conexiones internacionales.
¿Necesito solicitar un visado de nivel 4 para estudiar en el Jersey College for Girls?
Aunque forma parte del Reino Unido, Jersey es un Estado autónomo con sus propias aduanas e inmigración. El proceso de solicitud de un visado para estudiar en el Jersey College for Girls es relativamente sencillo y se tramitará a través del Director de Internacionalismo. Usted solicitará a través del sistema del Reino Unido, pero la documentación y los requisitos son diferentes a los de un visado Tier 4 estándar del Reino Unido.
¿Debo solicitar mi visado a través del proceso de solicitud del Reino Unido?
Sí, sin embargo...
Para entrar en Jersey con fines de estudio, los estudiantes pueden necesitar una autorización de entrada. Una autorización de entrada es un visado o certificado de entrada expedido con el fin de viajar al Reino Unido y a las Islas. Las solicitudes de autorización de entrada deben presentarse en el país en el que el estudiante reside actualmente, en la Embajada Británica, Alta Comisión u otra Misión Diplomática Británica (conocidas colectivamente como Oficinas Diplomáticas Británicas) designadas para expedir la autorización de entrada.
Para iniciar la solicitud de visado, diríjase al siguiente enlace:
- Desplácese hasta Comenzar ahora y seleccione:
Visitar, estudiar, trabajar o establecerse en determinadas dependencias de la Corona británica, países de la Commonwealth o territorios británicos de ultramar.
- Desplácese hasta Siguiente y seleccione
- Y continuar en consecuencia.
Es fundamental que seleccione la categoría de Dependencias de la Corona Británica para asegurarse de que su solicitud de visado del Reino Unido sea considerada por la Oficina de Inmigración de Jersey.
¿Viven los estudiantes en una pensión?
No. Nuestros estudiantes internacionales se alojarán en familias anfitrionas. El alojamiento en familia ofrece a los estudiantes internacionales la sensación y el apoyo del hogar mientras estudian en el extranjero. Las ventajas del modelo de alojamiento en familia incluyen una integración más rápida en la vida del Reino Unido y una mayor tasa de mejora en el inglés hablado, lo que mejora la comprensión de la lengua y la cultura británicas. Se hace todo lo posible para garantizar que nuestros estudiantes internacionales se alojen en un hogar acogedor y solidario donde puedan apreciar plenamente las ventajas de la vida en la isla y aprovechar al máximo su experiencia de aprendizaje.
¿Cuál es el proceso de solicitud a través de Admisiones Internacionales para la educación de 14+ y 16+ en JCG?
Las estudiantes que deseen solicitar plaza en el Jersey College for Girls deberán presentar un formulario de solicitud, además de una copia de su pasaporte, una copia de dos informes escolares recientes, un ejemplo de un escrito reciente en inglés y cualquier certificado de exámenes ya superados en inglés, por ejemplo, IELT, etc. (se requiere un nivel mínimo de IELTS 6 para estudiar en Key Stage 4 o 5 en JCG). También debe completar la sección ESOL del formulario de solicitud.
Is it a requirement that my child have a device?
Yes, it is a requirement. Having a device will enhance your child’s access to learning resources and enable them to develop the digital skills to support their current and future learning.
Why does my child need their own device?
Learning extends beyond the classroom: Using their device begins at school, but its effect transcends classroom walls. After school, students can access the same educational software and apps because they own the electronic devices used in the classroom. After all, learning doesn’t have to stop just because the school day has ended.
Students are more likely to use familiar devices: If you want students to do their work, let them use the tools and devices they know. They can customize their smartphones and tablets by downloading the apps they find most useful. Being comfortable with devices comes from hours of practice – in their own time. This is precious time that most teachers cannot afford to give up in the classroom.
Why has JCG chosen to recommend iPads?
When we started this journey, the first thing we did was to work out what we needed from a device rather than what device we needed. The 3 main requirements were: touch screen device, keyboard, and some form of digital stylus.
With these criteria we started looking for devices. There are a few which meet our criteria, however, the iPad came out top due to price, reliability and ease of use.
Another advantage of going with iPads is the easy-to-use restriction settings allowing parents to add additional management to the devices.
What happens if my child forgets their device or it is broken?
The IT Department will have a limited number of devices available to loan out if your child has forgotten their device or is unable to bring it to school, for example if it is being repaired.
Will it involve a lot of screen time? Will they be using them for all core subject lessons? Will they still be writing on paper?
At JCG we will be taking a blended approach to using devices to enhance learning. By using a digital device, we can take advantage of AI programmes enabling students to customise parts of their learning journey and to progress through content at their own pace. We can also use the technology to have live quizzes in class and full class collaboration. These devices can also give students the ability to record their learning for future study, such as video recording a science experiment to watch again later or taking pictures of their artwork. It provides students with one place where they can store everything.
They are not a replacement for how we currently learn but a tool to enhance the way we learn.
What Artificial Intelligence is being used? Will it gather data about my child? Will it be stored and how will it be used?
The AI platform we are using is called Century Tech. Before using any software the College performs a Risk Assessment and Data Information Protection Assessment which allows us to confirm what data is used, collected, stored and where. If you would like more information on this, please contact our Data Protection Officer, [email protected]
What happens if my child's device runs out of battery during a lesson?
The IT Department will have a limited number of portable battery packs available for use during lessons.
How can I be sure my child will be safe online?
Whilst in College students are encouraged to use the College WiFi which is filtered and monitored. iPads which are WiFi only can only access the internet via our filtered network.
Outside of College iOS devices come with built in web filtering you can turn on. These restrictions remain in place regardless of their internet connection including 4G. For more information please click here.
Can I stop my child from using specific apps?
With Apple's powerful Parental Controls settings you are able to block any apps you deem inappropriate. You can also limit the amount of time your daughter can spend on any particular app. For more information on setting this up, please click here.
Devices linked to the College MDM (Mobile Device Management System) may have apps blocked if there becomes a problem within the College. However, as a college we will be taking the approach of teaching students to use devices responsibly and how to be a good Digital Citizen, for more information please click here.
How can I manage my child’s screen time at home?
At College we will be teaching students to use their devices responsibly and with discernment which as parents you can continue at home. Using Apple's built-in feature called Screen Time you can track your child’s usage and, if needed, limit access to the device completely or just specific apps. For more information click here.
If my child has an iPad will my child still need a phone?
There is no expectation for students to have a phone during the school day. As students have an iPad, phones will not be required in lessons and from a College perspective a phone is unnecessary. It is entirely up to parents to decide if a student has a mobile phone. If a phone is brought to College we will encourage students store the device in their locker during the school day.
My child already has an iPad, can we purchase a digital crayon and keyboard case form the College?
Yes depending on the model. Please contact Mrs Le Hegarat ([email protected]) for more information.
Limited IT skills, how will my child be brought up to speed?
In addition to Computer Science lessons, our students will have dynamic (responding to student needs) digital literacy lessons, devoted to developing the skills and knowledge enabling them to use technology to enhance thier learning.
My child already has an iPad can it be added to the school management system?
Yes and to use her device effectively we would recommend it. Please contact Mrs Le Hegarat ([email protected]) for more information.
My child already has a device, which is not an iPad, will they able to use this?
This all depends on the device, please contact Mrs Le Hegarat, at [email protected] for advice and information.
Does my child need an apple-ID?
All students will be provided with an Apple ID linked to their school credentials. Please click here to view a parent guide on school Apple IDs.
These Apple ID's are called Managed Apple IDs, these include 200GB of iCloud storage.
To maintain a focus on education, these services are disabled for Managed Apple IDs:
- App Store purchasing
- iTunes Store purchasing
- Book Store purchasing
- HomeKit connected devices
- Apple Pay
- Find My
- iCloud Mail
- iCloud Keychain (although, keychain items are saved and restored on Shared iPad devices)
- iCloud Family Sharing
Because Managed Apple IDs can't make purchases, we will assign content to your Managed Apple ID or assigned devices.
Administrators can enable or disable the following services for Managed Apple IDs:
- Sharing photos and Pages, Numbers, and Keynote documents either within or outside your organization
- Looking up other Managed Apple IDs within your organization
- The ability to request a copy of the data associated with your Managed Apple ID
Who is responsible if the device it damaged or lost at school?
Students are responsible for caring for their device. We provide all students with a locker, a secure storage space for personal items. The College does not take responsibility for damage or loss of personal equipment. If damage to or loss of the device is a concern, we recommend either adding the device to your House contents insurance or taking out the iCare Plan (comprehensive protection plan for Apple devices)
What will my child do with thier iPad when not required for a lesson?
When they do not require the device they should store it in thier padlocked locker.
All students are provided with a locker, for which they will need to purchase a padlock.
If all the iPads look the same, how will my child know it is theirs?
For iPads on the College's managed device platform, the iPad will show it's device name on the lock screen, in addition to being passcode protected. If misplaced at College, the device can be located using Find My Device app by the IT department.