Hope you all are well! We continue providing you with the most up to date changes to our operations and arrangements to protect you, staff and visitors during this challenging time. Until now, you must have received many emails from us providing advice and guidance. We urge you all to ensure that the contact details are up-to-date with the correct phone number, email and address. Please email any changes to firstname.lastname@example.org. For technical issues, like a connection to remote learning or other IT related questions, please talk to our IT team on 02085565009 or email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. For attendance queries, please contact Ms.Orla at email@example.com), for student support-Mr Ash at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The College campuses closed to students and visitors from 17th March 2020 and will continue to be closed until September 2020 (or until further notice). The remote learning started on 23rd March 2020. We are pleased to note that our student attendance and participation accelerated! The teaching staff, the welfare department, the student services and the management are working hard to provide high-quality teaching, learning and support. We are here to assure you that everything will be done what is in our control to maintain the teaching quality and learning experience.
Few students reported financial difficulties. We took it into account and opened a COVID-19 Student Hardship Fund. There is still time to apply until 15th June 2020. Please find the application form and read the eligibility criteria by accessing the link https://mrcollege.ac.uk/covid-19-student-hardship-fund-application/
If you experience coronavirus symptoms, please contact us on 02085565009;1022 or email: email@example.com so that we could provide all necessary support. The College extended the contact hours for pastoral support. If you are worried and need some advice, please contact.
The College monitors the coronavirus situation closely and takes steps in line with the Government guidance to minimise the risk to our students and community. The health and wellbeing of our staff, visitors and students remain our top priority.