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Newcastle College has now reopened and has welcomed both new and returning students onto campus for the new academic year. We're delivering a normal timetable wherever possible, but we have plans in place should restrictions change, which you can view here.

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

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Vaccines on Campus

To help our community access the vaccine, the local NHS vaccination team will be on our Rye Hill campus every day between Monday 20 September and Thursday 30 September, 10am - 5pm.

Anyone is welcome to attend for their first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Students wishing to attend are asked to do this between timetabled lessons.

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Colleague and Student Reminder

If you develop symptoms or test positive for Covid-19, it is important that you DO NOT ATTEND campus. You should self-isolate for the time required by the NHS before returning to campus.

You may also need to isolate if someone you live with has symptoms or has tested positive, or if you've been told to self-isolate following contact with someone who tested positive. However, not everybody is required to isolate and you may be exempt in certain circumstances. Full guidance on this is available on the NHS website below.

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