Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January 2021, we will move to remote
learning for the majority of our teaching and learning activities until at
least Friday 12February 2021. In light of this you will need to
access your College email each day.
you have an exam scheduled during this period, you should still attend your
scheduled examination unless you are told otherwise. The examination will be
conducted in a COVID secure environment.
We hope to be
able to resume face-to-face classes as soon as possible. However, this is a
changing situation and I ask for your patience at this time.
Until we are
able to confirm otherwise, you are no longer required to attend face-to-face
classes or work placements. For the courses you are studying, your tutors will
guide you remotely.
continue to follow your existing timetable and attend sessions online/remotely
as per your timetable. Your tutor will then guide you as to the activities you
will be undertaking in that session.
Coronavirus has now changed your learning to be delivered remotely, Blackburn
College remains committed to helping you achieve your qualifications.
Open if you
College remains open for children of keyworkers, students who are vulnerable
and/or have an Education, Health and Care Plan and for a select number of
courses, which train future critical workers. If this applies to you, you will
be contacted by a member of our team.
It will be
essential that you check your Blackburn College email account on a very
frequent (at least daily) basis.
You will also
need to access Moodle.
check the College website on a regular basis, because this is where we will
post any significant new information relevant to all students.
We do not know
what further announcements may come from the Government in the days ahead.
However, I ask
that you continue to follow Government advice during the days/weeks ahead and
that you continue to look after yourself, and those around you.
Dr Fazal Dad
Principal and Chief Executive