You will have been emailed your starter pack which includes information about your first day and other details on things you need to bring with you. If you have not received an email please contact email@example.com stating your name and the name of your course and we can re-send the details to you.
Where should I go on my first day?
If you are familiar with the College campus then your starter email will tell you which block to go to. If you are not sure please report to the area outside the main reception in the car park where we will have staff to welcome you and direct you to your area. We will have social distancing arrangements in place which will ensure students are kept within their ‘departmental bubbles’. Once you are familiar with your block please go directly there each time you are in College.
Do I need to where a face mask while at College?
Students and staff are welcome to choose to wear a mask if they wish, however, we have not made it compulsory. Please remember you must wear a mask on public transport and in some other public areas designated by the government.
There are some areas of College where a mask and PPE may be required due to the nature of the vocational course e.g. Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy. We will continue to monitor government guidance and local circumstances and we will adapt our guidance on masks to students and staff if it becomes necessary.
We also continue to have a wide range of resources available to help support your health and well-being during the summer and into the Autumn. Full details of these resources can be found by clicking the relevant links below.
If you are still considering your next steps, or not sure about your options, we are here throughout the summer to help you.
For friendly advice and guidance on what courses are available please contact us at any time during August and we can arrange an informal telephone discussion. Or if you know what you would like to study, you can Apply Online today to join a College of distinction.
Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are and answer some of the questions parents may have around testing.