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The College is closely monitoring all communications and guidance as it becomes available. This information is for students and staff and reflects updates from the World Health Organisation(WHO) and Public Health England (PHE). We are prepared to escalate our contingency arrangements in the event of change.
The government is monitoring the situation closely and will continue to work with the WHO and international community. For staff and students it remains business as usual across our sites and our workplaces.
Please note that, at present, this advice refers only to arrivals from Wuhan, and not the remainder of China. If you have returned from Wuhan you should:
Call NHS 111 to inform them of your recent travel to the city. Students should also notify their GP.
Self-isolate for a total period of 14 days following arrival from Wuhan – avoiding contact with other people in the same way as you would in the case of 'flu. You should do this whether or not you are experiencing any symptoms.
Southwark College provides a range of support services throughout your studies ensuring it's a safe and productive environment. An experienced team of dedicated staff will ensure services are accessible and inclusive to all students. These services include: financial support, help with childcare costs, student parliament, counselling, mental health, sexual health, housing support, careers advice, benefit entitlement, higher education, general support and guidance.
Learning Support offer an excellent range of support services for learners including: 1:1 in-class support; small group support; support for Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia – as well as other specific learning difficulties/ disabilities; support with applying for exam arrangements.
Dates, times and room for Southwark sessions throughout the week in different rooms. Times and dates will be displayed on the noticeboard in Customer Services
Your Digital Identity is everything you create on the Web, but also what other people might say about you there. Photographs on social networking sites, logs of chatroom conversations, newspaper articles about your role in a play, or your sporting victory. Even if you don't post material to the Web yourself, there is a good chance somebody else does, and we believe it is worth knowing about some of the issues. The workbooks below are designed to help you raise your level of awareness and to think about some of the ways your Digitial Identity (DI) might be affected.
The Youth Advisory Group is a youth-led project to design a new online resource for young people with epilepsy, in collaboration with the charity Epilepsy Action. The online resource will provide young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to manage their epilepsy effectively.
Weare looking for young people aged 16 to 24 with epilepsy who are able to attend meetings in Leeds. Applicants can be residents anywhere in the UK, and reasonable travel expenses will be covered.