Following the Government announcement on the 18th March 2020, that schools and colleges should close amid the Coronavirus outbreak, Brooklands College is closed to on-site learning for students. We are implementing our online learning strategy to ensure all students maintain their education by remote means
29th May 2020: College Update For Current Students
Please find these letters which provide an update on the College’s response to COVID-19.
We will keep this page updated with latest developments regarding the Coronavirus, please check back regularly. If you have any queries and would like to speak to the College, please contact: email@example.com this is the best way to contact us at this time. This email address will be monitored from 9.00-4.00 from Monday to Friday.
Update: 20th May 2020
Mind Matters is a free NHS, talking therapy service provided by Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. It offers short courses of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and counselling for mild to moderate mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and stress. Learn More
Update: 11th May 2020
Assessment & Grades Update May 2020
GCSE’s & A Levels: The Government has now confirmed that GCSEs and A Levels will be awarded based on estimated grades submitted by teaching staff, which will take into account student performance and progress over the current academic year 2019/20.
Technical & Vocational Qualifications: We are awaiting confirmation of the action to be taken by Ofqual relating to the awarding of grades for all vocational and technical qualifications for the academic year 2020. There is currently an intensive consultation process taking place which will be closed on Friday 8th May 2020, until this is confirmed we cannot communicate anything further
Update: 30th April 2020
Year 11 Resources
Brooklands College has created an innovative learning solution for school leavers. Continue your education with us during your time at home. Learn More
Useful Link – Staying Safe At Home
Update: 20th April 2020
We understand that you may need support through these challenging times, we would like to share some useful organisations for guidance.
Update: 27th March 2020
Useful Links – If you looking for guidance, we have found these links which may be helpful
Update: 27th March 2020
Update: 25th March 2020
Update: 24th March 2020
Following the latest Government announcement on 23rd March, Brooklands College will be completely closing both campuses and there will be no access for staff and students. We have already moved our learning online to ensure all students maintain their education by remote means. This is being delivered via Google Classroom with support and regular communications from tutors.
Stay safe and we will continue updating via this page.
Update: 20th March 2020
We can confirm that in line with Government guidance, there will be no access to the College site for the majority of our students from Monday 23 March as children and young people should be at home during this national closure period.
Government guidance is clear that if at all possible children should be at home during this national closure period. However, for those parents working in critical sectors who cannot keep their children safe at home, education provision for those children will be prioritised. Should parents/carers believe they are in this category, students may be able to access the Weybridge campus by prior arrangement during term time and should email firstname.lastname@example.org (available from the 21st March) should they wish to do so. Both the Ashford campuses will be closed during this period.
Read the Government’s Guidance for schools, childcare providers, colleges and local authorities in England on maintaining educational provision here
Update: 19th March 2020
Following the Government announcement on the 18th March 2020, that schools and colleges should close amid the Coronavirus outbreak, Brooklands College will be closed to on-site learning for the majority of students from Friday 20th March. We have already taken measures to protect students’ ongoing learning during any closure period and are also looking at ways we can support our more vulnerable students during this time. Further details will follow.
We have been planning for this eventuality and can now implement our online learning strategy to ensure all students maintain their learning by remote means over the coming weeks. This will be delivered via Google Classroom with support and regular communications from tutors.
The College advises staff and students to continue to observe best practice in protecting themselves from novel coronavirus, and in limiting the possibility of spreading infection:
If you are concerned about your child’s health, please consult your doctor or call the NHS hotline: 111
If you have any queries and would like to speak to the College, please contact: