Welcome back to all our students

Please click here for guidance on COVID-19 precautionary measures 

Click here to view our main programme 2020-2021

NHS Track and Trace

The government have released the NHS Test and Trace app on the Apple Store and Google Play today, Thursday 24th September.
The app is a vital part of the overall NHS Test and Trace service and it is an important new tool to control the spread of the virus.
When you come in the Kentwood and Poverest centres, you will see a poster with a QR code at the entrance.
This allows people with the app to "check themselves in" to the site by scanning the QR code via the app on their smartphone.
Please note that using the app and scanning yourselves in, is completely voluntary and no-one is obliged to use it.
You can find out how the app works, and further information on Test and Trace by clicking on the link below

We are recruiting

We are looking for sessional tutors to teach in the classroom and online. Please see our job vacancies page for information.

We are especially keen to hear from ESOL teachers and from native speakers of French and Spanish with relevant adult education experience,  to fill daytime and evening vacancies.

Further coronavirus information 

We are working closely with our colleagues at Bromley council to ensure that our learners have access to the latest local and national information.

Bromley council information 

Coronavirus (Covid -19) What you need to know 

Updated advice from the UK Government regarding Coronavirus

The UK Government response page has been updated so that most information can be accessed from one place. Please continue to use this link for all the very latest updates from the Government.

Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

The Department of Education have launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

Where to find the latest information

Public Health England blog