Last updated on Monday 29th June 2020
As the world begins to reopen, the UK is slowly coming out of lockdown. Norwich has managed well, and across the city life is starting to get back to normal. Our shops are opening their doors, and people are once again enjoying socialising with friends and families, with appropriate social distancing measures in place.
You may know that Norfolk (the region around Norwich) is home to Prince William and his family. During lockdown, the family have been volunteering their time by distributing meals to vulnerable people, and the Duchess of Cambridge has visited a children’s hospice near Norwich. By coming together, the whole county is returning to a new normality.
With the UK moving out of lockdown, we are reopening our school and welcoming students back for face-to-face lessons. Currently, we have a small number of students who are already waiting for the reopening in Norwich on Monday 6th July. From that date, we will offer face-to-face classes and online classes together, taking every possible step to reopen the school responsibly and keep our students safe.
This Covid-19 pandemic has affected the whole world, reminding us that in our globalised world we must learn to communicate and work together. By using language to communicate and understand each other, we can continue to develop the skills we need to successfully rebuild our lives and communities, wherever we are in the world.
We look forward to welcoming you back to our school.
If you have any questions or would like to speak to us about your course, please do not hesitate to contact us.