Guernsey's Policy and Resources Committee will ask the States to 'reaffirm' its position on plans for secondary education in the island.
The Committee has put forward an amendment to a requête submitted by politicians calling for a halt to the proposed one-school, two-site model.
The plans were voted on in both January 2018 and September 2019, but have since faced strong opposition from members of the community including teachers, parents and local residents.
The amendment, Policy and Resources says, will keep 'current work streams on track' but also allow the concerns of the community to be heard during the approval process of the business case.
The Committee for Education, Sport and Culture would have to include how the current proposals compare with three-site models - including a co-located Sixth Form Centre.
Deputy Lyndon Trott, Vice-President of the States' Policy & Resources Committee, says the strength of feeling on this issue is unlike anything he has seen before.
Education Committee has also brought forward an amendment which would allow the States to debate whether or not to fund additional space at the site, following concerns from teaching staff and politicians.