UCC 2021–22

Prep School

Prep School | 2021–22 Academic Year

We are excited to welcome students to the 2021–22 academic year at the Prep. Our plans are focused on ensuring we offer a safe and healthy school environment and deliver transformational learning experiences that help our students grow and develop as learners.

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  • Learning Models

    Our model of instruction this year allows for all Prep students to return for daily in-person learning on campus. Students will be assigned to a dedicated home form classroom and will remain with that form for much of the day.
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  • Routines

    Students will enter the Prep at designated doors with supervision from faculty who will remind them to use hand sanitizer. While restrictions remain in place, students will be reminded to maintain physical distance during arrival and departure.
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  • Co-curriculars

    Our co-curricular program will be as full and varied as possible given physical distancing and cohorting measures and current health guidelines. As these guidelines continue to evolve, we will keep families updated on clubs, activities and other non-academic programming.
Physical Environment
The College is committed to ensuring a healthy and safe environment. Classroom seating is arranged to ensure we create as much physical distance as possible between individuals. 

Prep students are wearing a modified UCC physical education uniform this year. UCC-branded items are available at the Blues Shop. The Blues Shop catalogue, order form and curbside pick-up details are available here. 

After School Program
The After School Program (ASP) is available this year to students in SK to Year 7 starting Thursday, September 9. Please note that only pre-registered students will be allowed in the ASP and that clubs will not be available this year until further notice. Once cohorting guidelines are relaxed, we will reassess our capacity for club offerings and notify parents through Heads Up. Students not registered for ASP whose parents are late in collecting them at dismissal will be supervised by an ASP staff member, outdoors, by the ASP gathering point in front of the Parkin building. Parents who are more than 15 minutes late will find their child’s account charged $25.00 for this supervision service and these charges will reflect on the account beginning Monday, September 20, 2021. Details about the ASP and the registration form are available on the Our School Year: 2021–22 Parent Resource Board in Bluenet.
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