We are looking forward to welcoming you to school on 9th February. For the programme and general information about the event, see our previous post here. Additionally to attending the event in person, you will have a chance to book online individual one-on-one sessions with the Heads of Faculties and members of the Upper School Team. We will share details and instructions with you shortly after the Open Day.
Please, pay attention to the following information that will apply to all visitors:
Stay at home if unwell
Please stay at home if you show symptoms of an infectious disease. We can organise an individual visit for you when you feel better.
Is registration required?
No, it is not necessary to register in advance. You can simply choose which parts of the programme you wish to see and then allow yourself some time for the certificate check at the entrance.
Prepare your (digital) certificate
In line with the most recent regulations, all adult visitors (older than 18) need to show us at the entrance a certificate of completed vaccination, or a certificate about recovery from COVID-19 within the past 180 days. Please be advised that a certificate of negative COVID-19 test result is no longer sufficient for adult visitors (unless these adults have a confirmation that they cannot get vaccinated for health reasons).
Visitors aged 12-18 can still use a certificate of negative PCR COVID-19 test result no older than 72 hours.
Children younger than 12 do not need to provide any certificates or test results at the entrance.
If you have had your 1st vaccination dose applied recently, you can use a combination of certificate of the 1st dose application and a negative PCR test result (no older than 72 days).
Don’t forget the respirator
Please wear your respirators for the whole duration of your visit. Except for when you enjoy our cookies or a sip of coffee at the designated space :-).