In light of recent developments with the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK, the Directors of the UFP Department of David Game College London have made the executive decision to move ALL classes online from 4th to 29th January 2021. Please note that this is NOT a requirement of the UK government, but a precaution we have decided to take as a department, in light of numerous factors, as best serving the overall health, safety and well-being of our students. Factors which have contributed to our decision include the increasing global infection rate, concerns about new strains of the virus emerging internationally, changing travel restrictions, and varying quarantine periods for students arriving in the UK from overseas.
It is our intention, unless we are instructed otherwise by the UK government, for ALL classes to revert to in-person only from Monday 1st February 2021. We hope that students will use the 4 weeks of online classes as an opportunity to make their travel arrangements (if they are overseas), quarantine in the UK (if this is required based on their country of departure) and prepare for the new term without the pressure of physical attendance in the College.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ANNOUNCEMENT DOES NOT APPLY TO A-LEVEL OR GCSE STUDENTS OF THE DAVID GAME COLLEGE LONDON, OR UFP ART & DESIGN STUDENTS. (As Art & Design cannot be taught online, students for this pathway are being asked to still attend the College in person. However, the risks to them will be reduced as there will be no other students in the UFP department, and they will have sole-access to the entire 5th floor of the College with all recommended safety measures in place.)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the College:
Telephone: 0044 207 727 7774
Email Admissions Department: firstname.lastname@example.org (if you are a new student starting in January 2021)
Email Student Support: email@example.com (if you are an existing student)
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