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Langley College to host new rapid testing centre for Slough Borough Council residents

Langley College is working with Slough Borough Council to enable a raft of new rapid flow testing centres to open across the borough.  From Tuesday 19th January, residents will be able to book appointments or drop in at a new testing hub at Langley College Sports Hall, Langley Road. Rapid testing, or community Covid testing, is available to anyone wishing to know if they have Covid but does not have Covid symptoms.  People administer the tests themselves and results are sent by text or email in under an hour.  The Langley College site increases capacity in Slough for rapid testing from one current hub operating at The Centre, Farnham Road.  Slough Borough Council will also be announcing the location of a range of mobile sites, which will be changing weekly. Kate Webb, CEO and Group Principal of Windsor Forest Colleges Group, explained: “We felt it was absolutely right to work with Slough Borough... Read more

ESOL Courses Now Free

Windsor Forest Colleges Group has decided to waive the fees on their English for Speakers of Other Languages courses (ESOL) to help those financially hit by the pandemic to continue learning. The courses, which are delivered at all three of the group’s colleges - Langley, Strode’s and Windsor, will now be completely free* for the remainder of the academic year 2020/21.  The CEO and Group Principal Kate Webb said, “We know under this current lockdown even more people are being furloughed, or are at risk of redundancy and are worried about committing money to pay for these vital courses. We have therefore taken the decision to waive the fees for the remainder of this academic year to ensure everyone can access the ESOL programmes without any financial barriers.” The ESOL courses are aimed at people who have been resident in the UK for at least three years and who need to improve... Read more

Mayor Awards Langley College Certificate for Outreach Work During Lockdown

Mayor Awards Langley College Certificate for Outreach Work During Lockdown

Langley College’s incredible contribution to supporting the local community during the pandemic lockdown, was recognised this week by the Worshipful the Mayor of Slough, Councillor Preston Brooker. The Major and Mayoress visited Langley College to present Group Principal and CEO Kate Webb and Gurpreet Nizzar, who led the outreach work, with a Certificate of Recognition for ‘the work done to save lives, keep people safe and stop the spread of Covid-19.’ When the country was put in lockdown in March, Langley College put itself at the heart of the local response by supporting the vulnerable in the Slough community. Opening up the teaching kitchens, our staff led the effort to produce 99,290 hot meals and goody bags which were then distributed by community organisation, Slough Outreach. Langley College was also designated the One Slough Community Response Hub, used to sort, store and dispatch food throughout the community, and was the base... Read more

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