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Information for parents

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The College has put robust COVID-19 secure plans in place across our campuses to keep students and staff safe when we reopen in September — Find out more

Nottingham College moved all teaching and learning online, and in some cases, to printed materials, to enable its students to remain in their homes, in line with Government guidance around social distancing and self isolation.

It’s important to recognise that these are very difficult and stressful times for both students, their families and for our staff who are working hard to ensure that teaching and learning can continue and that students can complete their academic year and achieve the results they need to move onto their next chapter of their learning, or into employment.

Nottingham College extends its gratitude to all parents who are dealing with difficult circumstances, particularly around balancing work, childcare, homeschooling and caring for relatives and potentially those who are sick. Thank you to all parents for their support and understanding during these times.

Information and guidance

During the lockdown, it is really important to be able to recognise the signs of radicalisation. For more information please read this online radicalisation information.

Young Minds, along with support for young people and have a Parent Helpline: 0808 802 5544 - free Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 4pm.

Parents can talk to an adviser about their child(ren) or about themselves as a parent, getting impartial advice from professionals across mental health specialisms. They also have an email service and other support on their website.

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School and College reopening - latest advice

The College has put robust COVID-19 secure plans in place across our campuses to keep students and staff safe when we reopen in September.

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Latest Government health advice

The Government has issued guidance which asks families to stay at home, if at all possible. These guidelines offer advice about going outside the home.

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Vulnerable children and those with key worker parents

The Government has issued guidance which asks families to stay at home, if at all possible. These guidelines offer advice about going outside the home.

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Campus opening times

The latest information about which of our campuses are open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Free school meals

Information about free school meals vouchers for eligible students.

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Supporting the learning of your child at home

Balancing the care and support of children, teenagers and the vulnerable is going to be particularly difficult during these uncertain times.