It launches student covid charter
Exeter College has launched a student covid charter, created in collaboration with students, to ensure the continued safety of students, staff and the wider community.
The student covid charter provides an eight-point plan, which has been created and agreed with students from across the College, that lays out clearly the expectations of learners when conducting themselves at College and when interacting with the wider community.
Students will sign the new charter as part of their personal development programme, ensuring that all students are aware of the College’s ongoing expectations of them in adherence to the charter and to the wider Covid rules in place around the College.
Exeter College Director of Academic Studies, Dee Rowett, said: “We believe the Student Covid Charter is another important step towards ensuring we continue to place the safety and wellbeing of our learners, staff and the wider community at the centre of our work. Not only this, but the development of a Charter written in collaboration with our learners ensures it is a document for students, created by students, helping them to think about the role they can play in helping to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
“The Student Covid Charter is therefore another way we're continuing to make sure everyone has all the information and support they need to keep Exeter College a safe community for everyone.”