We’re opening this September! Whilst this is exciting, we understand that you may have questions around what school life will look and feel like due to the COVID19 pandemic. This section of our website is dedicated to reopening procedures and protocols that we will share with you as soon as they are finalised.
A lot depends on government guidance and medical advice, it is our aim to go above and beyond any legal requirements or recommendations from health officials to ensure the safety of our students and our staff. Please feel free to bookmark this page so that you can check back periodically to see updates and announcements as they are released.
Our face-to-face learning commitment
Giving students the opportunity to learn, study abroad and prepare for their future is at the heart of what we do. In the current environment, we want our students to feel safe and confident about starting their studies with us in September.
For students who are unable to arrive for the start of the academic year, we will provide online learning to allow for the seamless transition to campus at various entry points before January 2021.
Our Pledge – protecting our school communities
Recently, as part of the launch of the #WeCare campaign, we shared
“Our Pledge” detailing the measures we will take to protect and care for our school communities in the fight against COVID-19. We are currently working hard to put our Pledge into practice to welcome our students in September. We are investing in new technology, new equipment and our people, specifically:
Boosting our on-campus medical provision
Installing infrared temperature testing technology in every campus
Creating “Care Kits” for every student, which include facemasks (a two-week supply), hand sanitizer gel and disinfectant wipes
Adapting our campuses to include:
zoned areas to manage arrivals and daily life at a social distance
clear signage to control one-way movement around the campuses
smaller class sizes
Training every member of staff on new policies and procedures to care for students and one another
We’ve made a pledge detailing the 17 measures we’re taking to ensure our students safety and well-being.
At CATS College
We understand how important it is to know your child will be safe with us throughout their studies at CATS College. As we look towards the new academic year, our academic and support teams are focused on the health and well-being of our students, and that is our biggest priority between now and September. We want our students to feel safe and confident about learning and living on our campuses.
The campuses may be closed, but the learning doesn’t stop! Discover the ways in which you can continue your classes and be part of the CATS community – wherever you are in the world.
Stay positive, stay inspired, stay connected.
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