Following the successful return of students during the last few weeks, we are working towards at least 50% of learning taking place on campus this term for the majority of our students, reflecting government guidance that 16-18-year-old learners should access campus every week.
Students should only turn up on campus if they have received an email inviting them to do so. If you are unsure about whether you should be in college, please contact your tutors.
Every step is being taken to ensure that the College remains a safe place to learn and work. We will continue to take a blended approach with a mixture of face-to-face and online learning.
We are continuing to implement social distancing measures, mass testing and limit campus occupancy to help keep everyone safe in line with our ongoing, thorough risk assessment. Face coverings must be worn in learning and social spaces unless you are exempt from wearing them.
Students invited by email to return to the College are being encouraged to take Covid-19 lateral flow tests. Students will need to take three tests at the College before they are supplied with home testing kits. It is vital that students continue testing twice weekly to help detect asymptomatic cases and prevent the spread of the virus.
If you are struggling with your mental health, please contact staff or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about testing and the safety measures in place, please visit ourFAQs.
Although some restrictions have started to ease, it is still important that we all continue to follow the latest guidelines. This means following social distancing and one-way systems, wearing face-coverings (unless medically exempt) in social and learning spaces, regularly washing/sanitising hands and getting tested regularly.