01/10/2020

How we're tackling Covid-19

It’s been an incredibly busy start to the year at Westminster UTC. As you can imagine, with everything that’s been going on, we have had to introduce different ways of working to ensure our college remains as safe as possible.

Like many colleges and schools up and down the country, we have been listening closely to Government guidelines and making changes accordingly. We can assure both parents/carers and students that Westminster UTC continues to implement plans to help keep everyone as safe as possible, remaining open as normal until we are notified otherwise.

We do, however, have contingency plans in place, should the situation change. If the school undergoes partial or full closure then more information will be provided to students, and lessons will be moved remotely to Microsoft Teams. You can follow the link below for more information.


Self Isolation

If your child has to self-Isolate, KS4 students will be set work via our SharePoint, which can also be accessed using the link below.

Students will need their login details to access this website, most students' usernames follow this format and passwords are set up at school.

firstname.lastname@westminsterUTC.ac.uk

If there are any issues logging on, then IT support will need to be contacted. They will be able to reset the password, so please do send them an email requesting a password reset along with your first name, last name, year group and date of birth.

sirsimonmilton.support@euroele.com

Work will be set fortnightly and students will find work in their year group folders by subject and then date.

For KS5 students in self-isolation, every student has been given an independent work pack which is subject-specific, alongside completing assignments set by teachers on Assignments & ClassCharts. This will also be accessible via the SharePoint and the UTC website.

Teachers may, if they wish to, also allow students to join onsite lessons remotely through Teams; however, this is not an expectation.


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