Will all students return to college from 8th March

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So my sixth form since the start of this academic year have been using blended learning. Which is a mix between online and onsite lessons in college. However I was wondering is it likely that all students will now be onsite? Or is it possible that we will revert back to blended learning once again?
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(Original post by Smoky saif)
So my sixth form since the start of this academic year have been using blended learning. Which is a mix between online and onsite lessons in college. However I was wondering is it likely that all students will now be onsite? Or is it possible that we will revert back to blended learning once again?
All students will return back to education. Irrespective of its primary or Uni.

No more online learning from 8th March.
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All students will return back to education. Irrespective of its primary or Uni.

No more online learning from 8th March.
Before back in September I remember there being other colleges that did full onsite lessons aswell. Is there still a chance that my specific college could revisit this approach? Or is it 100% certain it has to be fully onsite?
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Before back in September I remember there being other colleges that did full onsite lessons aswell. Is there still a chance that my specific college could revisit this approach? Or is it 100% certain it has to be fully onsite?
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If a sixth form college as part of its normal covid routine kept 1 year group at home and alternated which year group went in each week, then I would expect that to continue on 8th March. The majority of schools and colleges will be reverting to their existing arrangements in place in December. Where they don't, this is likely due to increased requirements from government on testing, face masks etc.

Worth me also pointing out that some schools may not be open to all students on 8th March if they are waiting for lateral flow testing of all pupils to finish. Schools should be communicating this to pupils and parents this week at the latest.
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