We would like to say a big thank you to our college community for adhering to the extra COVID precautions, as outlined by Cambridgeshire County Council, for the previous half term. We are now happy to report that COVID case numbers in schools and colleges across Cambridgeshire are falling significantly. As a result, from today, it will no longer be a requirement to wear a face mask anywhere on college premises, or on college transport. You may, of course, choose to continue to wear a face covering as an individual preference.
You can view or download as a PDF previous communications and updates from the College below.
Our aim throughout the pandemic is to keep our college community as safe as possible. We are therefore currently planning on keeping the safety measures detailed below for the start of term. These will be reviewed on a regular basis and any changes communicated to you.
If you have tested positive for Covid-19 it is not a legal requirement to self-isolate, however it is still strongly recommended. If you are isolating or feeling too unwell to attend college contact our absence line on 01223 418551.
If you are very unwell you should seek medical advice via your GP or NHS direct on 111, or 999 for emergencies.
Most COVID19 mitigations have now been removed from the college campuses, however the following safety measures remain in place.
If the alert level goes up again, we are ready. At any given point, we are prepared to transition to fully online and distance learning and will support you in the process to adapt.
We were able to quickly move to online learning earlier this year as lockdown came into full force and in fact, our learners have adapted to online learning well.
We know that these are challenging times, whether you are struggling with the challenges of a lockdown or have been affected by Coronavirus, personally or through family and friends, we are here to support you.
During the academic year, you can access support from our Student Support Services at CRC both online and in-person. During the Winter break, we want to ensure that you know about the services that are available to you outside of college. A list of support agencies is available here.
Cambridge Regional College will be using the 16-19 Tuition Fund to support learners on study programmes that had their learning disrupted in 2020 to 2021 academic year as a result of the coronavirus ( COVID -19) outbreak. We will provide small group lessons either on line or face to face.
These sessions will develop the practical skills of students who require additional support as a result of Covid-19.
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