Assemblies and Careers Fairs
College staff are not currently able to visit external premises.
The College has supplied all schools with a video which can played in virtual assemblies or a member of our staff will be able to join your virtual assembly via Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Hangouts or other platform provided by you to present and answer live questions.
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The following open days will be held online:
The open day on Thursday 22 April 2021 will be onsite subject to Covid restrictions. Book here
Our open days typically engage well over a thousand visitors from across the South Hampshire and Solent region, many of whom are Year 11 pupils. As such we do not want to do anything that may impact negatively on the efforts of our school partners to maintain their ‘bubbles’.
Since lockdown we have held a number of successful online open days and we are confident that these events will provide a fantastic opportunity for adults, young people and employers to find out more about us, and be inspired to apply for one of our many professional and technical courses or apprenticeships.
We will promote future opportunities to visit our campuses through our website and social media channels when Government advice allows.
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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.