We are pleased to welcome all of our students back onto campus, following the Easter break.
Our first priority remains to safeguard the health & well-being of the whole College Community and we will continue to adapt our systems to ensure we are adhering to current guidance.
We are pleased to be re-opening some of our facilities, including the Hair & Beauty Salons and Gas Assessment Centre and look forward to welcoming prospective learners, parents and carers to our Open Day on 22 June.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us with any queries regarding our response to Covid-19 and all other general enquiries.
Our Safeguarding & Pastoral and Learning Support staff are on hand to ensure learners feel safe during these uncertain times. Please be assured that our priority is to safeguard the health & well-being of the whole College community and we will continue to follow government guidance to adapt our procedures to the ever-changing response to Covid-19.
Did you know, up to one in three people can spread the COVID-19 virus without knowing, because they have no symptoms? As a College community we need your help in reducing the spread by regularly carrying out an at-home test.
Test kits are available to collect from the The Shop in The Lounge at the following times:
Monday: 11am-1pm and 3pm-4pm
Thursday: 11am-1pm and 3pm-4pm
Students attending evening classes can pick a kit up from The Hex at the following times:
Your at-home tests need to be taken twice a week, 3-4 days apart.
Tests should preferably be taken in the morning before you arrive on campus. However, if you do not have time in the morning, please complete your test in the evening before you’re due to arrive on site.
Find instructions on how to report each test in your instruction booklet. You must report your results at:
Taking part in at-home testing is voluntary, however we strongly encourage all members of the LMC Community to take part to help reduce the spread of the virus.
Please contact email@example.com if you have questions or concerns about at-home testing.
Thank you for your support!
Did you know, up to one in three people can spread the COVID-19 virus without knowing, because they have no symptoms? As a College community we need your son/daughter’s help in reducing the spread by regularly carrying out an at-home test.
It is really important that results of test are reported online straight away, even if the result is negative or void. Please report test results by following both of these instructions:
A reminder that regular rapid testing is now also available for parents, their households and support or childcare bubbles. The government is encouraging all families to participate in twice weekly testing to help stop the spread.
Parents and other adults in the household can access tests by:
We continue to encourage everyone to take part in regular Covid-19 testing. If you have any questions or need any further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support!
Our first priority is to safeguard the health & wellbeing of our learners, apprentices and staff and we will continue to follow government guidance on how best to adapt the College’s functions to suit the ever-changing situation. Despite the current uncertainty our admissions team is now busy processing applications for courses starting in September 2021 and we would encourage prospective learners to apply as soon as possible. We appreciate that these are difficult times and we are here to help and support our whole College community. We look forward to being able to welcome prospective learners, parents & visitors back onto our campus once the current lockdown ends.
Principal, Wes Johnson