If you are having problems logging in please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to speak to the careers adviser about your options for September please email email@example.com
If you need any learning support help with studies or are anxious about the new method of studying please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The following will inform you of our current plans to support you over the forthcoming weeks:
Summary of Key Dates -
Weeks commencing 23rd March and 30th March 2020
Online Delivery - Students will need to access the relevant Moodle page for their programme and carry out learning tasks/assignments online. Any student without access to a suitable device or the internet should inform their course manager asap so that alternatives can be put in place. Students are not expected to be in lessons.
Weeks commencing 6th April and 13th April 2020 Easter break
Weeks commencing 20th April 2020
Online Delivery - Students will need to access the relevant Moodle page for their programme and carry out learning tasks/assignments online.
Any student without access to a suitable device or the internet should inform their course manager asap so that alternatives can be put in place.
Students are not expected to be in lessons.
Please continue to check our website over the Easter break. This will be updated regularly and sent to you via email with any significant changes.
Exams (GCSEs, Functional Skills & Synoptic)
We will continue to be guided by Ofqual and keep you informed. Please be reassured that a solutions will be in place and where possible keep working towards the required assessments.
Moodle Expectations for Students
Just a reminder too that from next week, activities and learning tasks will be uploaded on Moodle (unless specifically directed to another platform by your teacher) each day. Tutors are also available via email as normal. If you are having problems logging in please call the LRC team for assistance on 01305 215064
The decision has also been made to close the college’s residential provision from Friday 20 March.
Work Experience / Industry Placement
Work experience and Industry Placements will be postponed in the majority of cases.
Student Welfare will continue to support students during the college closure. Students wanting this support need to email email@example.com and we will arrange support. This service will be available between 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday at this stage.
External support is available through:
- Kooth (General help under 19's) - www.kooth.com
- Childline (General help under 19's) on 0800 1111
- Samaritans (General help) on 116 123 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hopeline (Suicide Prevention) on 0800 068 41 41 / email@example.com / text 07860039967
- Shout (Mental Health) - text 85258
Stay healthy and safe
- Call NHS 111 for mental health crisis line
Kingston Maurward College