All teaching is currently taking place on campus; however, upcoming exams will be held online.
The current status of our buildings and facilities
Our buildings are open to all students and staff. From the autumn term, all teaching will take place on campus.
You may have seen that the government announced a move to 'Plan B' in December 2021, which included requiring vaccine passports for large venues, more areas where masks are required and asking anyone who can to work from home. The Government has, however, required that we continue to have all teaching in-person. Our buildings and essential services will remain open too.
If for medical or other reasons you would like to learn virtually, please contact your School Office to discuss this.
Holloway Road Gym and Sports Centre
The sports centre is open 8am - 11am, and 12pm - 3pm, Monday - Friday. There is an online booking system for registered users to book 50 minute sessions, with a maximum of 15 users per session. New users should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Aldgate Exercise Room
The Aldgate exercise room is operating on an online booking system. Registered users can book 50 minute sessions, with one person per booking slot. The room will be open during the building’s opening times. New users should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Student support services, including disability support, student money advice, counselling services, and international compliance and advice, are being offered online. The student services team can be contacted on 020 7133 2848 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest up-to-date information on our Student Services is published on their webpages.
From 24 January 2022, the Junction will be open from 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and the Atrium will be open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday.
Anyone coming on to campus must be able to show proof of a negative Covid test from within the last three days. Tests are available for free from the NHS to take at home, or collected from one of our campus receptions, or from a local pharmacy using a Collect Code - find out more about getting a Collect Code. When you take a test at home you should register the result with the NHS (on their website or app) so you can show the emailed result to staff when you arrive at campus. Please see further information about this here.
Everyone is also required to wear a mask or face covering while on campus, unless exempt. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation - it's up to all of us to keep our community safe.