CYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES
Permission to bring a motorcycle to School is dependent on the limited parking capacity and will be granted by the Assistant Headteacher - Pastoral, firstly to students in Year 11 and then Year 10 who do not live within a reasonable walking distance.
Priority will be given to those involved in after school activities or attending College on a specific day of the week. This is regarded as a privilege and students who ignore road safety within the school site and close vicinity of the entrance will have such permission suspended or revoked. Years 11 and 10 students who wish to park their vehicle on school grounds must obtain permission from The Assistant Headteacher - Pastoral. We do not permit Year 9 students to park on the school site due to limitations of parking space.
Cycles and motor cycles brought to school must be in a road-worthy condition. Learner motor cyclists are required to undergo the Guernsey Motor Cycle Training Scheme (CBT). Cyclists and motor cyclists must observe the regulations laid down by the school to deal with arrival and departure, and must ride with due care and attention, at all times, to and from school. Those who live in the immediate environs of the school must not bring their machines to school.
The motorcycle parks and cycle racks are out of bounds at break-time and at lunch-time. Cycles should be left tidily and locked up when in the racks; they must not be lent to, or borrowed by, other students.
We expect parents to support the school by insisting students wear appropriate safety clothing and headwear.