COVID-19 Risk Assessment
In line with legislation and Government guidance, we completed a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Risk Assessment for Bishopstrow College before the start of the 2020/21 academic year. This Risk Assessment has been continuously updated, as guidance and legislation has evolved over the course of the past 18 months.
We were delighted to welcome students back on campus at the start of the 2020/21 academic year and since then, we have been careful to ensure that the risks from COVID-19 have been appropriately managed and that our students are properly safeguarded. We continue to follow the advice of Public Health England (PHE), the National Health Service, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Boarding Schools Association, in order to ensure that our procedures are in line with the best in the sector.
During the 2020/21 academic year, our routines worked very efficiently and students adapted swiftly and positively, continuing to learn effectively and to be involved in a great deal of activities and sports that make life at Bishopstrow such an enriching experience.
We continue to ensure that parents, guardians and agents are kept informed of our operating routines and ongoing developments. The most recent update is outlined below:
BSA Covid-Safe Charter
At the outset of the pandemic, Bishopstrow College adopted the BSA Covid-Safe Charter: