A federation of additional schooling faculties is gearing up for college students to return on March 8.
London South East Colleges is making ready to check returning people throughout its campuses in Bromley, Bexley, Orpington and Greenwich.
An announcement from London South East Colleges stated: “London South East Colleges very a lot helps a full return to face-to-face instructing from 8 March.
“While we now have ensured continuity of instructing and studying by way of on-line provision throughout the lockdown interval, we’re trying ahead to seeing all our college students again on campus. This is especially essential for these endeavor technical and vocational programs.
“We are working laborious in advance of 8 March to prepare our campuses for all college students and employees to soundly return. This will embody the identical social distancing measures we efficiently carried out final time period, effectively ventilated lecture rooms and use of face coverings in areas the place it isn’t attainable to remain 2m aside.
“In accordance with Government tips, we’re establishing Covid-19 testing areas to make sure that all college students and employees can entry lateral circulate checks earlier than returning to campus.
“These are complicated preparations however our employees are dedicated to making sure college students can return to varsity safely and proceed with their research. We are eager to reassure college students and their households that we’re doing every thing we probably can to make sure all elements of the faculty are Covid-safe.
“It has been a difficult 12 months for us all however we’re very hopeful that the return to varsities and school very a lot marks the start of a return to our regular lives over the approaching weeks.”
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