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PUBLISHED: Sunday 1st November 2020

From Thursday 5th November the government has announced a four week lockdown. Schools and Colleges are to remain open.

  • Please attend College as per your usual timetable unless told otherwise by your tutor.
  • GCSE Maths and English exams will take place as planned.

To help keep you safe, where appropriate some lessons may move online during this four week period. Your tutor will advise you directly if this is the case and ensure you have the resources and support you need to continue your studies.

Open Event – Saturday 7th November 2020

The Open Event planned for the 7th November must unfortunately be postponed. The next physical event is planned for Wednesday 3rd March 2021, however, you can view our Virtual Open Event online here.

After School Taster Sessions

The After School Taster Sessions planned for the 17-19th November must also unfortunately be postponed. Bookings will automatically be transferred to 19th-21st January.

Applications

Applications remain open as usual. Please apply online and we will be in contact with guidance of your next steps.

If you are unsure about how to apply or would like to chat with our course advice, admissions or careers teams please email info@highbury.ac.uk and we'll get back in touch.

Eden Hair & Beauty Salons

Eden Hair & Beauty Salons will close from Thursday 5th November. Clients with booked appointments will be contacted directly but please keep checking our website and social media channels for the latest information.

Staying Healthy

During these challenging times it’s important to keep your body and mind healthy, you can find a range of useful links, advice and support here.

And remember, one of the easiest and most effective ways to stay healthy is to wash your hands regularly.

The Latest Government Guidance

The latest government advice and details on current restrictions can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus