This page was last updated on 2.1.2022 and is regularly checked and updated. The date at the top of the page denotes the date the page was created, not the date of the content within it.
We constantly review the national guidance so that everyone at Exeter College remains safe whilst learners access their education. If there are any changes we will update this page, to ensure all of the latest information is kept in one place.
Learners have been contacted about Covid-testing directly via email. Any concerns should be reported to the learner’s tutor in the first instance.
Face coverings in classrooms and 室内公共空间
All learners must now wear face coverings in classrooms as well as communal areas. Government advice has said this extra measure is short term and will be reassessed in a few weeks. Please therefore bring a mask/face covering with you that you are comfortable in. Only those with a valid exemption are permitted not to wear one. Please speak to your tutor if you believe this applies to you.
如果指导方针改变, we will let you know in an email update and change the signs around our sites.
There are four key rules for anyone attending the College in order to keep everyone safe.
If you are feeling unwell and presenting any symptoms of Coronavirus you should stay at home. This means if you have a high temperature, a continuous cough or a change in your sense of smell or taste, you should not attend the College. If you start to feel unwell during the day you should inform a member of staff immediately and we will ensure you get home safely.
This means washing your hands much more often than you ordinarily would. This should include washing your hands when you arrive to College, 在吃之前, after going to the toilet and as you leave the College. You should also try to wash your hands before touching your face.
3. Wear a mask indoors unless exempt.
Wear a face covering in classrooms and communal indoor areas such as corridors and LRCs areas unless you are medically exempt (to record your exemption with us talk to your personal tutor).
4. Give staff, adults and vulnerable people space.
Give staff, adults and vulnerable people space. Be especially cautious when near those who are wearing yellow and black lanyards to indicate they’re especially vulnerable. You should respect their space and ensure not to get close to them under any circumstances.
In line with the Department for Education guidance, we expect all learners to attend unless they are self-isolating due to Covid or are otherwise unwell. 这是什么情况, we will support learners for the period of isolation by sending work home at least weekly. Lessons will only be delivered online in officially recognised ‘FLIP’ days.
一如既往, we want all students to feel safe, secure and excited about studying with Exeter College.