Information and Guidance for International Students.

Please find detailed below the latest information and advice relating to Covid-19.

What restrictions are in place in relation to Covid-19?

The Government has removed the remaining domestic restrictions relating to Covid-19 in England.

What steps are Bishopstrow College taking to ensure any risks associated with Covid-19 are minimised?

There continue to be a number of steps to reduce the risk of catching and spreading Covid-19, which we are following at Bishopstrow:

• All staff and students, where appropriate, are encouraged to be vaccinated, including any booster vaccinations where available.
• Classrooms and other areas of the College are well ventilated, with windows open.
• The wearing of a face covering in enclosed spaces is supported.
• Classrooms and residential accommodation are kept clean.
• Hand sanitisers are available throughout the College.

Has Bishopstrow signed-up to the BSA Covid-Safe Charter?

The College signed-up to the BSA Covid-Safe Charter in 2020.

We will continue to ensure full compliance with any Government quarantine or self-isolation requirements, as and when these are introduced.

We continue to monitor all advice issued by relevant bodies, including the Government, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Public House England and the Boarding Schools Association.

Do students need to wear a face covering in College?

Current UK government guidance does not require face coverings to be worn in secondary schools. At Bishopstrow, students are not required to wear face coverings, but they can of course do so.