Keeping our school community safe
On Thursday of this week, we look forward to welcoming students back to college as the A level results for 2020 are published. It is a very busy and important day for our students as they plot the next stage of their learning or employment journey and staff will be on hand to offer help and support where needed.
This year of course, we are still in the process of managing the Covid-19 pandemic. Whilst restrictions have been relaxed over the past weeks, we still need everyone's help to keep our community safe on results day and also to help us deliver this important milestone as smoothly as possible. Social distancing measures and hand hygiene facilities will be in place. Everyone entering the building will be expected to sanitise their hands and wear a face covering unless they have a medical exemption card.
Please DO NOT COME TO COLLEGE if:
You are feeling unwell
You or any member of your household, have symptoms suggestive of Covid-19, defined as a high temperature, persistent cough or loss of taste and smell.
You have been advised to self isolate by your GP or the NHS Test and Trace service
You have returned from Spain or Luxembourg after 30th July 2020
You have returned from Andorra, Bahamas, or Belgium after 8th August 2020
Further information and guidance can be found at:
Further specific information about the results day arrangements will follow shortly.