Coronavirus advice and guidance.
Coronavirus advice and guidance
The health and safety of our community are our most important priorities, and we’re doing all we can to ensure that our students, staff and wider communities are supported and informed.
Further changes to the national lockdown restrictions were made on 17 May. Find out more about the changes here.
We’re optimistic that our campuses will continue to open fully in September and we’re planning to provide a mix of significant face-to-face on-campus learning, teaching and social activities, supported by some online activity. The amount of face-to-face on-campus activity will vary from course to course. While we’re planning to open our campuses and facilities in September as usual, we also plan for other possibilities should there be delays to the government’s roadmap.
We continue to monitor the Covid-19 situation very closely, following advice from the government, and Public Health England, as well as guidance from the Department for Education and Universities UK. On these pages you can find the latest guidance, advice and information. This includes the measures we’ve put in place across our campuses and the guidance we’re giving students and staff to promote health and safety at all times.
Last updated 1 June.
We want to assure you that our priority is to provide you with the highest quality education while protecting your health and safety following guidance from the Government and Public Health England.
Do you have symptoms of COVID-19, have to self-isolate due to someone in your household experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or you have tested positive for COVID-19?
We are offering asymptomatic testing for students and staff in Canterbury and for students in Medway
To help keep everyone safe, we’ve launched a Locator app to help support the NHS Test & Trace Service.