In line with government guidance regarding social-distancing and the current lockdown, the College campus is now closed to the general public and we have fully transitioned from class-based teaching to on-line learning. We will continue to support our learners & apprentices to complete their courses over the coming weeks.
We are proud of our place at the heart of our community and, although the majority of our staff are working from home, specialist teams remain on campus to support our vulnerable learners to access crucial services. Our Safeguarding & Pastoral team and Learning Support staff will be on hand to ensure learners feel safe during these uncertain times.
We have provided answers to some frequently asked questions below but we are aware that you may have other queries we haven’t covered, so please do get in touch with us.
”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 still busy processing applications for courses starting in September 2020 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.”
Principal, Wes Johnson