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Coronavirus adult learning class updates

Planning with everyone’s safety in mind

Update - Thursday 14 October: We are working hard with our venues to make sure all our learners and staff are safe. We aim to start classroom courses in the venues as soon as we can.

If we are unable to start the course immediately in the classroom, the course will start online and move to the chosen venue when possible.

If you are unsure where your course will be held, please get in touch. 

Lateral Flow Tests

We look forward to welcoming you to your class, but need to make sure you, fellow learners and our staff are safe. Therefore, we are recommending that you get a Rapid Corona Virus (lateral flow) test before attending your class.

  • If you are attending a one-off course:

Follow the instructions on our symptom-free coronavirus testing page.

It will take you to a Booking Portal that shows where the latest and nearest sites are and the available time slots.

  • If you are attending Wensum Lodge more than once:

Collect your home testing box of lateral flow tests from your local collection point or local library.

We recommend you test yourself at home twice weekly, 3 days apart if possible. Each kit will last 3 weeks.

You will need to report your results online and send the confirmation email you receive to adultlearning@norfolk.gov.uk

Thanks for your support in keeping everyone safe.

If you have any of the coronavirus symptoms you must self-isolate straightway and get a PCR test. You must continue to isolate if you test positive or are told to isolate by NHS Test and Trace.

Your health and safety in the physical classroom

We have worked closely with our health and safety colleagues in Norfolk County Council to ensure we are doing everything we can to keep our learners and staff safe. All the venues we use are COVID-19 compliant, which includes ensuring hand washing and hand sanitiser facilities are available. We ask all learners and staff to wear a face covering in communal areas and on route to class.

Once seated in the classroom, face coverings can be removed.

Our classes are laid out to maintain social distancing and we ask all staff and learners to respect social distancing requirements.

Who to contact if you require further information?

If we can assist you with any further information about how your course will be managed, please email adultlearning@norfolk.gov.uk

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