Welcome to our Coronavirus Hub. On this page you can find all relevant information for Year 11 students and our current students.
Latest from Yeovil College
Current Students - How is this affecting my studies?
We know this situation isn’t ideal for all, but in this time of hardship we all need to pull together and support each other and that is exactly what we are doing. While lots of things stop, learning doesn’t.Learn More
School leavers - how does this affect me?
It is a time of huge uncertainty, but what we can be absolutely clear about is that all our future students have a secure space at Yeovil College. Despite the unpredictable situation, we want to assure you that your onwards journey and future career is absolutely safe at Yeovil College.Learn More
Latest NHS Advice and Guidance
If you are looking for information, advice and guidance with regards to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, make sure you visit the NHS website to ensure you are fully informed and as well protected as you can be. Click here to be taken to the NHS website.
With the college being shut due to the Coronavirus, some of our regular contact information may have changed. If you are looking to get into contact with the college or someone from the college follow the link to our contacts page which is regularly updated.Learn More
What does it mean for Apprentices?
During these times of uncertainty, our apprentices are expected to continue their studies via virtual learning similar to our other students. Make sure you are keeping regular contact with your assessor from the college for further help and support as you normally would. Your teacher may ask you to log onto Moodle to access shared resources and other learning materials. If you have any problems with accessing this, don’t be afraid to get in contact with us, we are happy to help.
f you have any worries or concerns, don’t hesitate to get in contact with our Apprenticeship team on Apprenticeship@yeovil.ac.ukLearn More
Information: increased fraud risk during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
We have received correspondence from our partners at the ESFA, who have asked us to alert our student and parent community to a potential risk:
Periods of instability, such as during the coronavirus pandemic, bring an increased risk of fraud. Fraudsters will actively exploit these difficult times and will target vulnerable areas for financial gain.
We have been informed by our partners at the ESFA that some learners and parents have received a letter from them asking for personal learner bank details in relation to the 16 to 19 Bursary Fund. The ESFA never ask for personal bank account details. This is a fraudulent letter – please do not respond.
The Yeovil college community has not experienced this and we have zero reports of this happening to any of our learners, so let’s work hard to keep it this way.