Be Covid Safe on Campus
Your safety and welfare is our main priority. We have implemented a wide range of safety measures to make sure we maintain a Covid-safe environment wherever possible. Please be aware that we will be constantly reviewing our measures and guidance to maintain the safest campus possible. We will revise our guidance on safety measures such as face coverings, social distancing in line with government guidance as and when changes occur.
Please read our Staying Safe on Campus Guide here, so you are aware of all of the measures we have put in place including when travelling to the College as well as on campus.
Please see our main Covid risk assessment and information on staying safe: Risk Assessment
You can also watch a video about how we are working towards providing a safe campus here
Want to know more about our Track and Trace Proceedure? Watch a short video here
What do I do if I feel unwell with Covid symptoms?
First and most important, if you have any the symptoms listed below, do not come into College.
- NEW CONTINUOUS COUGH
- HIGH TEMPERATURE (OVER 37.8 C)
- CHANGE IN SENSE OF TASTE OR SMELL
Follow the government guidance and if in doubt ring 111 for advice.
If you come to College with any of these symptoms, or symptoms develop whilst you are at college, you will need to be picked up and taken home and should ring 111 for advice.
Who should I Tell?
SYMPTOMS: In the event that you have any of the symptoms listed above please notify the College immediately via our absence reporting page
TEST RESULTS: If you are required to have a test, please notify College via our absence reporting page of the result and tell us whether the test is positive or negative.
You should notify us if you are going to be away from College for any reason using our absence reporting page
It is vitally important that you do so quickly if you have any of the symptoms listed above or you are self-isolating because you have come into contact with someone with symptoms, as it may potentially impact on the requirements for self-isolation for other students and possibly staff with whom you have come into close contact with.
Information about Isolating
If you are concerned understanding when and how to isolate if you or a family member have Covid-19 symptoms then click here for more information from the Government's Stay at home: guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection Guidance
Guidance as to what to do depending on your circumstance regarding Covid-19, click here to find out more.
Knowing the symptoms
Colds, flu and COVID-19 all come with at least some similar symptoms - so how can you tell which is which?
Take a look at the table below for guidance:
Graphic Credit: BBC via World Health Organisation
We currently have one positive Covid-19 cases in total across our six campuses at this current time, which have a total student and staff population of 4,100. Where those people have been in college prior to them developing symptoms, we have notified those directly affected as potential ‘contacts’. We will continue to update our college community weekly via the website on the numbers of ‘live’ cases. (17.12.20)
The welfare of our college community is paramount in our decision making, along with supporting current public health advice; Public Health England (PHE)
Department for Education (DfE), Department for Education Coronavirus helpline on 0800 046 8687 or email, DfE.firstname.lastname@example.org
Further up-to-date information is available at;
Our college's Covid-19 Return to Work and Study Information and Risk Assessment (as of 03.09.2020)
Top Tips for Mental Health
Askham Bryan College cares about our community and continues to support personal well-being and mental health. For advice and guidance, please click here.
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