Government regulations

Due to the latest government announcement all teaching will be delivered online until Monday 22 February 2021.

Please do not come in to college unless you have been asked to do so. There are some exceptions for a small number of students, these are:

  • students with special educational needs (SEN) should continue to come into the college and attend as normal
  • students who are vulnerable or whose parents are key workers can continue to attend college
  • some Higher Education students who are on professional vocational courses can continue to attend college
  • students who have external exams in the next few weeks should attend college to sit these exams.

We will contact all students who should attend directly. If you are in any doubt about whether to come in to college, or have any questions, please contact your teachers.

COVID-19 testing

In line with government regulations, from Monday 18 January 2021 we will be providing a COVID-19 test for anyone coming into college.

If you are coming in you need to fill in the online testing consent form in advance. This form is for both staff and students.

Complete the consent form
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Virtual learning and wellbeing support

We understand that this is a difficult time for many of you. There is a range of academic and wellbeing support available which you may find helpful, including information on funding support.

The College is currently closed for most students, however, learning continues online. You can find a list of useful virtual learning tools on our students page. We have created a guide on using Microsoft Teams to access online classes.

Our dedicated Catch-Up Coordinators are also available for one-to-one support if you feel you are behind with your studies.

Virtual learning and wellbeing support
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Please follow safety guidelines

Most of you will be learning from home for the moment. If you have been asked to come into college for a special reason then please make sure you follow our safety guidelines.

To keep everyone safe, we’re asking you to wear face coverings in communal areas (unless you are exempt for a medical reason). This includes reception, corridors and refectories.

Find out more about face coverings and how we’ve adapted our centres by clicking the button below.

Safety info and FAQs
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We’re here to answer your questions and help you get the most from your course.

There are many ways you can get in touch.

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