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Court Theatre Training Company is currently teaching face to face in line with government regulations which permitted practical based courses to resume from 8 March. The college will continue teaching face to face, which we believe to be in place as in a normal year from now as detailed in the government’s roadmap. In the unlikely event that the roadmap changes or further government advice is issued we will review the situation and update our guidance accordingly.
Please continually check the Gov Coronavirus website for latest updates on restrictions and guidance.
If you start to develop at least one of the below COVID-19 symptoms you must stay at your current place of residency, self-isolate immediately and arrange to have a PCR test. This can be through the Gov website or calling NHS 119. Symptoms as defined by the NHS are as follows:
Please follow Public Health England’s guidance on self-isolating at home and inform those you live with that they must self-isolate for 10 days and the college that you are isolating. If you test positive, continue to self-isolate and inform the college as soon as possible by texting the COVID-19 Hotline on 07825 868 686 and emailing email@example.com. If you test negative, return to college when you are feeling well enough.
COVID-19 Rules and Regulations must be followed by all students and staff to help keep our community safe and assist in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19.
In light of face-to-face teaching returning on 8 March 2021 and new government guidelines we have reviewed our COVID-19 Risk Assessment and made the following changes:
These have been introduced, alongside weekly testing, to help keep our community safe and assist in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19.
In line with government regulations, from 15 March 2021 twice weekly testing is available to all students and employed staff. Home Test Kits will be available from Wednesday 28 April. Please check the NHS website for further information on regular rapid coronavirus tests if you do not have symptoms.
We encourage participation to help keep our community safe and assist in the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. It is vital that we take all necessary precautions to help prevent the risk of an outbreak so face to face teaching can continue. Please see below further explanation of the importance of testing:
Please contact your accommodation providers and follow their guidance in line with government regulations.
I joined Court Theatre Training Company because the degree is mostly practical work, but the course has shown how important theory is to help develop a full understanding of the concepts and techniques introduced during classes…
James Wordsworth (Court 21 Student)
Working in a training theatre has been a great experience, allowing me to meet and network with professional actors. London is one of the world’s entertainment capitals and living locally is great…
Miguel Campbell-Lewis (Court 21 Student)
Training in a working theatre is great because I don’t have to work in school like environment and it’s nice sharing the building with just two other year groups. Any show we do is based in the heart of London, which is very important for inviting people, and I can see shows for free…
Georgia Hull (Court 21 Student)