Due to the all staff training day, there will be no face-to-face teaching or online learning for 16-18 students on Wednesday 24 March. The Covid-19 test centre at the Huddersfield Centre will remain open. No students should be on-site other than those attending the test centre. Please contact your tutor should you require further information.
From Monday 15 March, we have started to welcome back some students for face-to-face teaching in college. If you are returning to college at this point your tutor will have contacted you to confirm this.
Over the last couple of weeks, our focus has been to encourage all our students to get a COVID-19 test before returning to college, as we are required to do. We believe that this is the right approach as it helps the identification of COVID-19 cases and reduces the spread of the virus. We will continue to follow the guidance and ask all our students to take a test before re-joining fellow students and college staff. We hope that everyone will do the right thing for the wider community.
If you don’t feel able to take part in Covid-19 testing, we will do our best to support you. Please speak to your Progress Coach or Tutor who will be able to help you.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to college soon. Face-to-face teaching is resuming from Monday 15 March for students who have been notified.
To make sure we keep everyone as safe as possible, you will only be allowed into college if you have received a negative Covid-19 test.
If you haven’t had a chance to get tested or you missed your test appointment, please speak to your tutor as soon as possible.
Remember your smartphone and don’t forget to register using your college email address.
Please contact your tutor if you have any questions or email email@example.com.
To celebrate World Book Day, our English department is holding a student competition.
Please send a review of your favourite book or short story to firstname.lastname@example.org before 11 March 2021.
These reviews can be written, voice recorded or filmed. You may even wish to use props or dress as your favourite book character!
You may wish to consider:
- What makes this book/story your favourite?
- Which characters are your favourite and why?
- Are there any themes within the book/story that are important to you?
- Would you recommend this book and why?
- Do you have a favourite quote from the book? What is it and why does it stand out to you?
Please submit all entries by Wednesday 11th March to email@example.com. We look forward to seeing your entries!
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