CANTO Learning Ltd Covid-19 Statement
As CANTO Learning has re-opened to all staff and students in September 2020 it continues to adapt to the challenge of Covid 19. We strive to ensure our college is a safe place for both staff and students as they work or continue their education and training with us.
Whilst the college has put measures in place to minimise risk to staff, students and visitors it is the responsibility of all who access the building to endeavour to abide by the social distancing measures in place.
The building has numerous signs within in it to encourage social distancing both within corridors and rooms, social distancing is supported in rooms through the use of desktop screens. The college has been divided into 3 bubbles with areas and rooms identified for use by bubble group. The building is cleaned on a regular basis and hand sanitiser is in numerous locations. All staff, students and visitors have their temperature checked on entering the building. Staff wear masks unless due to personal circumstance and masks are available for students should they need one. Movement around the college has been limited as students remain in their designated rooms for breaks. Should the need arise an area has been identified for use should a staff member or student display symptoms of Covid 19.
Information for Parents/Carers/Students re Covid-19
At CANTO Learning we had 4 cases confirmed of Covid-19 over the weekend of 3rd/4th October 2020. All of these cases were within the same bubble of staff and students. To ensure we safeguard all the decision was taken for all those who had first contact to self-isolate and the bubble was closed. Following confirmation of a case swift action was taken alongside consultation with both Public Health England and the Department of Education.
We of course continue to monitor the situation with the welfare of staff and students our top priority.
These cases serve as a reminder that we all must remain vigilant and we would ask for your support with the following:
Please do not send your young person to College if they are unwell or showing any symptoms related to Covid 19, these are; a continuous cough, high temperature or sudden loss of taste or smell.
If your young person develops symptoms of Covid-19 they must not attend college but remain at home for a 14 day period from the date their symptoms appear. Should you wish to arrange a test this can be done via
Further guidance can be found here should you suspect that someone in your household my have Covid-19 symptoms.
Should in the future government guidance change and a national or local lockdown come into effect we will of course as in the months prior to the summer endeavour to support the students learning with learning packs.
We thankyou in anticipation of your support with this.