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All students have now returned to Newcastle College and will continue to split their time between sessions on campus and some remote learning until the end of the academic year.

We want to reassure everybody that safety remains our highest priority and safety measures will continue to be in place across campus for the foreseeable future. The FAQs below will provide further information about how we're helping you stay safe while you're on campus with us.

Home Testing for Students

All students at Newcastle College can now take part in home testing. This means they test themselves for Covid-19 and report their results to the College and to the NHS. Newcastle College will provide students with test kits, which come with everything they need to test themselves, along with a full set of instructions. The kits contain Lateral Flow Devices, which give results in 30 minutes.

Students can collect test kits from the reception of the building they are normally based in and will need to show their College ID to sign the kits out. Home testing will continue throughout the summer term.

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Colleague and Student Reminder

If you, or someone in your household or support bubble experiences symptoms, DO NOT ATTEND campus.

If you develop symptoms you should self-isolate for 10 days before returning to campus and get tested wherever possible. You should not return to campus until you receive a negative test result or your isolation period has finished.

If someone within your household or support bubble develops symptoms, you should self-isolate for 10 days from the onset of their symptoms or wait for them to receive a negative test result before returning to campus.

Full guidance on this is available on the NHS website

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Key Safety Rules

- Do not come onto campus if you are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19.

- Keep a safe distance of at least 2 metres from others at all times, including when you are outside

- Follow the one-way systems in place on campus

- Wear a face covering inside buildings on campus

- Wash and sanitise your hands regularly

- Leave classroom set-ups as they are and do not move furniture, remove signs or close windows

- Do not smoke on campus


Learning From Home

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Your education is the most important thing to us. We know how important it is that you spend time on campus with your tutors and classmates.

For everybody's safety, timetables will be split between on-campus teaching and remote learning from home. We will work hard to ensure you receive the right support to achieve your ambitions while you're learning remotely and will keep this hub updated with all of the latest tools and resources for you to succeed in your home studies.

Remember that if you need any support to speak to your Personal Tutor, who will be able to put the right support in place for you. You can also download our Guide to Online Learning.

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