This business continuity plan sets out the operational procedures to deal with the impact of a major incident, disaster or crisis, where the College may be required to close for a period of one week or more.
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With the continuing response to the Covid-19 virus, and the possibility that colleges such as ESCG may be required to enact partial or full closures as part of the Delay phase, it is important to plan now for how to minimise disruption to our students. All ESCG staff and students beginning this academic year have access to a college Google account, which grants access to the online learning space Google Classroom.
Google Classroom was designed by Google initially as a distance learning platform, but has since evolved into one of the largest learning platforms in the world. While its uses have hone far beyond its initial goal, Google Classroom still makes an excellent alternative to face-to-face tutoring where the latter is not available. Below are some short user guides which will guide you in how to set up, share and use Google Classroom with your students in the event of the college's closure.
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Please note the following advice and guidance relating to the different types of scenario that staff may face over the coming weeks. This is drawn from Government and ACAS guidance.
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We recognise that during this challenging time connecting with others is an important part of maintaining positive health and well-being.
As well as supporting current clients, the ESCN Peer Service are also accepting new referrals for 1:1 support. This can be ‘light touch’ , supporting you/clients to manage their mental health and well-being during this challenging time, or more long term support for up to 6-8 weeks.
Support will be provided by a Peer Specialist who draws on their own lived experience and recovery journey to mentor and guide others. The Peer Specialist will enable you/your clients to identify strategies/tools to help manage your mental health and promote recovery and well-being. Where needed, they will also signpost to relevant services.
Support will be provided over the phone, however, our team are also exploring new communication platforms and methods to meet the current needs of the community.
To ease the referral process, we have adapted our current referral form (click here to download).
Please send completed referral forms to: PeerServiceESussex@southdown.org
For further support/ information about this service please contact Michelle Trunchion (Team Manager) on 07772 613945 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The contact point where residents of East Sussex can turn if they feel they need some extra help in coping with the effects of coronavirus or if they know someone else who needs help. Click here to download details.
The sector-led Oak National Academy has launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.
The Oak National Academy can be accessed here: