Press Release 17/04/2020: Cabinet ministers will decide on Monday whether to ease the tight restrictions when the initial four-week lockdown period ends on Wednesday night.
Whichever way the outcome goes, Whitecliffe does not intend to resume on-campus teaching for the majority of students until the 2nd of June, with learning continuing on an online and remote basis.
The rationale for this decision goes beyond the changing of alert levels – we also need to take into account the stability of the alert level and the practicalities of re-opening our campuses. Our staff continue to stay focused on distance learning and online support which commenced on the 6th of April.
Heads of Department will be in contact with students if there is any requirement to attend campus prior to the 2nd of June. If this does occur there would be stringent restrictions applied to physical distancing and sizes of groups as required under the revised Level 3 rules.
We want to give you certainty now by committing to the 2nd of June as our earliest campus re-opening date, regardless of the Government’s alert.
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