Onsite learners and staff must notify us of any symptoms of Covid-19, or related concerns, under statutory and government requirements.
The information you provide will be held securely in accordance with current data protection legislation which can be found here.
The information will be shared on a need-to-know basis with our Learner Mentor Team (learners), Human Resources (staff) and our Health and Safety Team in order to best support you, and may also be shared with NHS Test and Trace and public health authorities if we are legally obliged to do so. If you have any concerns about what will happen to the information you have provided on this form please contact please contact our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learners and staff should tell Eastleigh College if they are isolating due to Covid-19, have symptoms or have had a positive test result.
To tell us about a new case please complete the forms below:
Staff Covid-19 Form (new case)
Learner Covid-19 Form (new case)
To update us with your results please complete the forms below. Please only complete a results form if you have already completed a new case form in Step 1 above. You also only need to complete a results form if your test results were pending in Step 1.
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Eastleigh College opens a rapid-turnaround onsite Covid-19 testing centre
Eastleigh College is offering rapid-turnaround lateral flow tests for learners and staff to help in the fight against Covid-19. Lateral flow tests can produce quick results and can be used to identify Covid-19 infection in those without symptoms (asymptomatic). It is hoped that running these tests across the college will result in faster detection of cases for learners and staff without symptoms, and therefore achieve a more effective prevention of infection. Read more.
The Prime Minister announced that GCSE and A level exams would not take place this summer, and that vocational examinations would continue as planned. We understand how disappointing and concerning this news is and the College seeks to reassure all learners, parents, guardians and employers that the College will seek to ensure no learner is disadvantaged and that we will work to provide as much information and guidance as possible as soon as information is available to us. Read more.