Guidance for schools, colleges, nurseries and other education and early years settings on the coronavirus, COVID-19, and information for members.
Updates 22 September 2021:
Welsh Government: Renew and reform: supporting learners' wellbeing and progression: Update, September 2021
Higher and Further Education Minister @jamiehepburn encourages college and university students to get their vaccine as the new term gets underway.
Register for your vaccine https://t.co/swa7zXUZ2P
Info on drop-in clinics https://t.co/GZLPfgJ2ZI@CollegesScot
— ScotGov Education (@ScotGovEdu) September 21, 2021
SQA: National 5, Higher & Advanced Highers updates: www.sqa.org.uk/nq2022
National 5, Higher & Advanced Higher exams will go ahead in 2022 if safe to do so, we have made modifications to course assessments to allow for any lost learning & teaching & are discussing plans in case public health advice leads to exams being cancelled.
Watch ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/rCNjk2FXJa
— SQA (@sqanews) September 20, 2021
Updates 17 September 2021: Voice Community: Latest COVID-19 FAQs
Healthcare professionals will seek parent or carer consent for anyone aged 12-15 to get the #COVID19 vaccine.
Watch @CMO_England Professor Chris Whitty explain how the process will be the same as for existing school vaccination programmes 👇 pic.twitter.com/Bm7DwB7M8F
— Department of Health and Social Care (@DHSCgovuk) September 17, 2021
All children aged 12 to 15 years are being offered the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination in schools this autumn.
We've answered your questions about the scheme.https://t.co/eU69VE4b9e
— Department for Education (@educationgovuk) September 18, 2021