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Latest update – 18 August 2021
In February 2021, the government set out a roadmap for the easing of national restrictions. Further to this, on Monday 12 July, the government confirmed that national restrictions will be lifted on Monday 19 July. See further detail below and in the updated FAQs for more information about what this currently means for Leeds Trinity.
From 1 September, the University will move to the ‘green’ stage in its Return to Campus Plan, welcoming students and staff back to campus with some safety mitigations in place to help protect each other and prevent disruption to the learning experience. These include face coverings being expected in all indoor settings across campus, unless exempt; stringent cleaning regimes; use of ventilation; and the provision of Lateral Flow Devices to support students and staff to participate in twice-weekly testing.
In-person teaching will be supported and further enhanced by additional engagement activities and opportunities online and through digital teaching materials. As was the case before the pandemic, the majority of assessments will remain online, with the exception of exams, presentations and a number of media, journalism and sports practicals.
Our approach as a University throughout the pandemic has been to put the health, safety and wellbeing of staff, students and the local community first. This approach has served us well over the last 17 months. With this in mind, all measures will remain under continual review and we will adjust and provide updates as necessary. As our students and staff would expect, we are also working to ensure that we are ready to continue to deliver an engaging student experience in all eventualities, in a safe and secure way.