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Following government guidance for educational settings - we will remain open during the second lockdown.

We will continue to operate our "trace and track" system along with revised timetables, enhanced hygiene, social distancing and the wearing of face coverings in public areas, which has helped to minimise the spread of the virus.

The following measures are being strictly maintained:

  • Revised timetables to reduce peak travel and to create "bubbles"
  • Enhanced cleaning including "fogging" (anti-viral misting of surfaces)
  • Personal hand sanitisers for each student
  • Additional wall-mounted sanitisers and cleaning materials in each classroom
  • The wearing of face coverings in public areas (and classrooms should you wish)
  • Two metre teaching zone and use of visors by teachers in the classroom
  • Perspex screens in face to face areas
  • Laptop leasing scheme for home and personal learning
  • Trace and track system for identifying "close contacts"
  • Weekly updates to students, parents and carers.

Please continue to follow the guidance and adhere to the lockdown rules.


What To Do If You Develop Symptoms Of Covid-19

If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, you must not come into college and should remain at home for at least 10 days from the date when your symptoms appeared. Please notify the college straight away. Anyone with symptoms will be eligible for testing and this can be arranged via https://www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a-coronavirus-test or by calling 119.  

All other household members who remain well, must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. This includes anyone in your ‘Support Bubble’.

Further information is available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection

The 14-day period starts from the day when the first person in the house became ill.


Face Coverings

All students, staff and visitors will be asked to bring and wear a face covering while in communal areas of the College such as corridors, cafes and other indoor communal areas. The government advice does not stipulate the wearing of face coverings in lessons - but you may do so if you wish. There may be circumstances where you will need to wear a face covering should the teacher think it is necessary.


National Guidance For Reporting Of Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus For Colleges And Schools

We are following the government and Public Health England (PHE) Guidelines on the reporting of confirmed coronavirus cases in our staff and student population which includes:

  • Consultation with the Department for Education, PHE and the Local Health Protection Team
  • Identification of those people who may have been in close contact with any confirmed cases through our track and trace system
  • Notification of the case to those who have been in close contact, along with support and guidance about the requirement to self-isolate
  • Support in place for online and remote learning for any students who are required to self-isolate
  • Notification of any confirmed cases to the wider college community through a weekly update
  • Enhanced cleaning of the relevant campus where any confirmed cases are notified
  • Continued vigilance regarding the wearing of masks in public areas, hand-washing and social distancing.

Following the national guidance, we have organised the college timetables and classes into “bubbles” to minimise risk and therefore, where there is a confirmed case, only those who are advised to stay at home need to do so. 

This controlled approach allows us to continue learning safely.


Safety Guide And Risk Assessment

Please see the group's Safety Guide for Learners and detailed Risk Assessment here.


Safety Measures at College

Reception

Reception Screens

Windsor Reception

Reception Screens

Teaching Zone

Teaching Zone

Floor Markings

Directional Markings

Classrooms, Studios And Workshops

All of our teaching areas and study programmes have undergone a strict risk assessment and appropriate amendments made to layout and the management of hygiene and movement while in class. The protocols have been outlined in the student guide and as part of our induction programme and students are required to follow the guidance to keep themselves and others safe.


Hear from our dedicated leadership team about our commitment to keeping you safe and protecting your future:

Kate Webb, Group Principal & CEO

Graham Try, Deputy CEO

Bernadette Joslin, Assistant Principal - Student Services



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