Higher Education

We are very happy to have started the new Higher Education term this week for the following cohorts: Hospitality Management HND (Jan & May 2019 intakes), International Travel & Tourism Management HND (Jan 2019 & May 2019 intakes), Business Management HND (May 20019 intake) and Business Management HNC (Jan 2020 intake).

Terms started on 4th Oct for our weekday students and will start on 10th October for our weekend students, running until Sunday 20th December. We are delivering lessons through Blended Learning, where most lessons will take place online with supplementary sessions, such as study skills, taking place in the building.

The plan to commence teaching for the rest of the cohorts is as follows:

Intake Jan-19HNC Term 1HNC Term 2HNC Term 3Study HolidayHND Term1 HND Term 2
Intake May-19HNC Term 1HNC Term 2HNC Term 3Study HolidayHND Term1
Intake Oct-19HNC Term 1HNC Term 2HNC Term 3Study HolidayHND Term1

Various new practices are in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Students will be able to keep their distance from one another in the classroom, with alternate desks being blocked off so that no two students can sit next to each other. Stickers have been put on the floor throughout the building to show what distances to keep apart and hand sanitizer stations can be found around the school.

English Classes

We are delighted to have welcomed English students back to college this month. We currently have students from Bangladesh and Turkey in our pre-intermediate class. Last week Paul, our social coordinator and English teacher, took students to Greenwich Park and the beautiful Queen’s House.

Our online classes are going from strength to strength, with our current classes including students from Belarus, Turkey, Russia and Kazakhstan. We are grateful to our students for their feedback and we are continuing to listen and adapt the new online lessons to best suit students’ needs.

You can click here see reviews from our students  and here for our online price list.

Covid-19 Update

New guidelines have come in this month to help stop the spread of Covid-19 in the UK.

In England people are allowed to meet up socially with up to six people outside, for example in the park or a restaurant, and also up to six people inside someone’s home.  This means it is now illegal to meet up in groups larger than 6. In England, this includes children (there are slightly different rules in place for Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland). Schools and places of employment are exempt from these rules.

It is now mandatory to wear a facemask in taxis, all public transport, and indoor hospitality areas, such as a cafe or restaurant if you are not seated.

Pubs, bars, and restaurants must close at 10pm. Weddings and receptions are limited to a maximum of 15 people.

Students entering the UK from certain countries will have to self-isolate for two weeks upon arrival. To see which countries you can enter from without self-isolating  click here.

To keep up to date with the latest UK Government news click here.

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