Thursday 25th March 2021
Today we had a student test positive with a confirmed case of Covid 19 at our Eastbourne campus.
The student has been required to self-isolate and any potential students that who may have had prolonged contact with the individual have been informed and advised to study from home and self-Isolate.
Any news of a confirmed Covid-19 case can be concerning, and we are working closely with Public Health England to monitor the situation and take the required actions to further protect and reduce the opportunity of spreading COVID 19 to any others.
The campus will remain open so that students can attend lessons. We are continuing to encourage students and staff to follow our safety and hygiene procedures so that we can reduce the spread of the virus.
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8th March 2021
A message from Rebecca Conroy, CEO and Principal
23 February 2021
We are getting ready to welcome you back during the week commencing 8th March.
18 January 2021
Ofqual, the exams regulator, is seeking student and parent input into proposed awarding arrangements for GCSE, A Levels and vocational and technical.qualifications.
5th January 2021
As you will be aware the government announced last night that all schools and colleges should move to online learning from today until the February half term at the earliest.
5th January 2021
Given the latest lockdown announcement last night East Sussex College has taken the decision to cancel all Assessments that were due to take place from today.
4th January 2021
We are aware that over the break, there has been an upsurge in cases in the local areas. Students should not attend campus unless in specific groups identified below.
11th December 2020
We have today received news of a confirmed student case of Coronavirus at East Sussex College at our Lewes Campus.
2nd December 2020
We have today received news of two confirmed cases of Coronavirus at East Sussex College at our Eastbourne Campus.
25th November 2020
We have today received news of three further confirmed student cases of Coronavirus, two at our Eastbourne Campus and one at our Hastings campus.
23rd November 2020
We have a confirmed case of Coronavirus at our Hastings and at our Eastbourne campuses over the weekend.
20th November 2020
We have a staff confirmed case of Covid 19 at our Hastings campus.
16 November 2020
Three Eastbourne students (one A Level, one BTEC and one Hair & Beauty) have tested positive for COVID 19, but have not been into the campus since the 13th November.
3 November 2020
Following on from yesterday’s email about our approach to the new lockdown measure I wanted to write to you again to outline our progress on planning with some key messages.
2 November 2020
Schools, Colleges, Universities will remain open and I wanted to assure you that we are working on plans to prepare for this once England goes back into lockdown on Thursday.
21 October 2020
We can confirm that a staff member at Lewes delivering English at the campus has tested positive for Coronavirus, and we have informed all of our staff, students, parents and carers about the confirmed case.
30 September 2020
East Sussex College has been allocated funding to meet the ‘catch-up’ needs of students most affected by the disruption of the COVID-19 lock down from March- September 2020.
29 September 2020
We can confirm that a student at the Station Plaza Hastings campus of East Sussex College Group has tested positive for Coronavirus, and we have informed all of our staff, students, parents and carers about the confirmed case.
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