Newman University Covid-19 Resilience Commitment Statement explains Newman University’s commitment to resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A full and detailed corporate University Risk Assessment is available to all staff and students on the University Intranet. Local risk assessments have been undertaken by teams and business units.

Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement, and many of the restrictions being lifted from the 19th July, the University is confirming that all of our existing measures around campus will remain until further notice.  This includes social distancing and the wearing of face coverings whilst moving around the campus. As ever, the safety and well-being of our students, staff and community is our priority. More information about teaching and learning arrangements on campus can be found on our studying at Newman page.

Studying at Newman

Your Questions Answered

It’s important to check and follow the current advice around reporting symptoms, travel and maintaining good hygiene. If you are told by NHS 111 to self-isolate, please follow all medical guidance. Please see our useful links below:

How to wash your hands – NHS guidance on when and how to wash your hands, and what to do if you can’t access hand-washing facilities.

NHS self-isolation advice – Guidance on when and how you should self-isolate, including links to mental health and well-being information.

Government website – Government guidance and support relating to the Coronavirus pandemic as well as a detailed breakdown of recent changes.

Current staff/ students – If you are a current student or member of staff at Newman University, the latest Covid-19 information will be communicated via the weekly bulletins. Students can also visit our Covid-19 FAQs for Students page on the intranet for further advice.

Managing COVID-19 Lockdown Learning at Home

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