Click here to see what our PfA 1 group have been up to this Christmas.
This 2nd and Christmas edition of Oakley College Careers Newsletter brings you exciting updates on careers activities and events at Oakley College in the run up to the festive period. Click here to view the newsletter.
The link below will take you to a letter from Health Secretary Matt Hancock and, for your reference, contains the latest advice and information regarding Coronavirus as we enter Tier 3 restrictions. It contains advice for the clinically vulnerable, as well as advice for the festive period. It also explains what the restrictions mean
As you will be aware, Tonbridge has been placed into Tier 3 when the national coronavirus lockdown restrictions end on December 2nd. As a result we have received updated guidance from the Department for Education: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-in-education/face-coverings-in-education#where-local-restriction-tiers-apply We endeavour to follow all Government and related Coronavirus advice. Consequently, from December 2nd 2020 please be aware that
Between 1st -7th November learners across PfA2 and PfA3 undertook activities as part of UK Parliament Week. UK Parliament Week looked different in 2020 compared with 2019. Instead of a College wide event we remained in our PfA bubbles and ran separate activities. PfA 2 focused on British Values, specifically Democracy, and learners were able
We have had confirmation that a member of our staff is having to self-isolate after a member of their support bubble tested positive for Coronavirus over the weekend. The staff member was contacted through the Government’s track and trace system. We have consulted with Public Health England and as the staff member is not showing
Welcome to our first careers newsletter - a termly insight into careers activities at Oakley College and Local Labour Market Information. Click here to view the newsletter
On November 5th the Government included young people with Downs Syndrome to the extremely clinically vulnerable group. This means that they have been classed as at higher risk from coronavirus. The decision has been agreed across all four nations of the UK by their Chief Medical Officers. People who are in the clinically extremely vulnerable
We have had confirmation that a member of our staff has tested positive for Covid-19. The test was taken on October 31st as a result of contact from the Government Test and Trace service. It is believed that the infection came via a relative. Our colleague is already in self isolation at home and as
As the whole country moves forward in the next few days and weeks and the media information ramps up about the effects of the worldwide pandemic, please rest assured that as before the safety of our learners and our staff is paramount. At Oakley College we currently remain Covid free and are still in