We are super excited to see our students back on campus! Your safety and wellbeing is our top priority so we have made some changes to keep you safe, while providing you with the same learning experience.
A one-way system where possible
Dedicated hand sanitiser stations
Continued mental health and wellbeing support
Our Intensive Support Team are always here to support you with any mental health or wellbeing issues. Additional support during the start of term includes:
An extended induction programme with an interactive resource hub
Support groups and a parent and carer welcome event
A programme of workshops across the academic year
Frequently wash your hands thoroughly for 20 seconds with soap and running water or use hand sanitiser
Always wear a face covering when moving around campus (unless you are exempt)
Follow social distancing guidelines, on and off campus, even when wearing a face covering
Look out for safety signs and floor markings
Wear your college ID badge and lanyard and make sure it's always visible
If you cough or sneeze remember to “catch it, bin it, kill it”
Do not attend college if you or any of your household have any coronavirus symptoms
You must wear face coverings when moving around campus to protect yourself and others.
Don't forget to:
Let's keep working together and make space to keep safe, on and off campus!
Don't forget to:
All students should attend on the days and times that you have been asked to attend.
Get the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus here.
Allow extra time for travel
Wear a face mask if using public transport
Check the guidelines of your transport provider before travel
Pay by contactless on a bus or use your pass
You will need to ring us and let us know on 0300 770 8000
You need to enter via the main entrance, sanitise your hands and go straight to your classroom or workshop
You should inform your teacher and make arrangements to leave college immediately. If you are waiting to be collected, your teacher will find you a room to isolate until collected. You should then follow Government guidelines for self isolating and testing and let us know your test result immediately.
The main symptoms are:
If there is anything you feel anxious or concerned about, please speak to your tutor in the first instance.
Yes! Anyone with COVID symptoms can get a test. When you receive your results, please let us know straight away.
Yes, we have published our group-wide policy on our Education Partnership North East website, which you can access here