As part of our Equality & Diversity activities programme, students were invited to watch a viewing of 'The Hate U Give' which depicts the struggles of a young teenage girl grappling with racism and police brutality. The film has particular relevance this month as October is #BlackHistoryMonth... See MoreSee Less
It’s the end of Love Our Colleges week and so we thought we'd take a moment to share all the amazing things that can happen in a single week at the Guernsey College. If this year has taught us anything, it is to appreciate the things we have and one of those things is our fabulous College so let's share the love! It's also the end of this half term and we want to wish all our students a restful week off. Relax and enjoy and we'll see you in November! #LoveOurCollegesWeek2020 #LoveOurColleges #VocationalTraining #HalfTerm ... See MoreSee Less
The States of GuernseyDo you know the COVID-19 symptoms?
The symptoms you should be aware of are: • New and severe fatigue • New muscle ache for no obvious reason • Headache (sinus pain, pain around eyes) • Loss of smell/taste • Sore throat • Fever (high temperature, rigors, chills, can’t get warm) • Shortness of breath, chest tightness • Continuous new cough • Children and Over 80s and 90s – loose stool, mild fever, not themselves with a cough presenting later
If you are very unwell phone 999. If you are concerned you are unwell and need to speak to someone about your symptoms call your GP. If you have symptoms that are manageable at home which you are not worried about, call the Clinical Helpline by calling 01481 756938 or 01481 756969. They will advise if you need to go for a COVID-19 test.
Please do not visit your GP or the Emergency Department at the hospital unannounced.
Thank you to Le Murier and Les Voies. It was great to have the chance this week to talk to your students about their study options for 2021 and to present the wide range of opportunities on offer at the College. #lovelearning#post16... See MoreSee Less
At Guernsey College of Further Education we strive to go over and above in supporting people and the community. From stewarding at local sporting events to performing shows at schools, putting on a celebration of Chinese New Year for local families or making up a Home-Start Guernsey Christmas Hamper our students love to get involved. Let's not forget our staff's involvement too, highlighted recently by those who volunteered during lockdown to help out with Public Health's contact tracing team and those that made parts for PPE on our 3D printers.
As part of Love Our Colleges week, we'd like to introduce you to Episode 1 of our new Alumni series. We love to hear what our students get up to once they leave us and this is the perfect way. In this episode we chat to Rhys Ashcroft, ex Performing Arts student and now professional actor about his career so far, his plans for the future and how College helped him to achieve his goals #LoveOurCollege#alumni#vocationaltraining... See MoreSee Less