Following the introduction of a strict national lockdown in England, the majority of courses will be delivered online from 11 January until at least mid-February.
The courses that can still return to campus for face-to-face teaching from 11 January in line with Government guidance are listed here. The UK Government has said these courses should be allowed to return to campus early because they involve “training for vital public sector roles in health and social care and education”.
If you are a student on one of these courses, please read the following information carefully. Before you commence your face-to-face teaching on campus, we are asking you to do one of the following things:
- Self-isolate for 10 days before you resume face-to-face teaching
- Let us know you have received a positive PCR test within the last 30 days
DMU requests that you complete this form letting us know which of the above you will be doing. This information is anonymised and will be shared with Department for Education. The responses will be deleted after three months.
Your DMU Safety
On your return to campus, it is critical that you continue to follow the advice and guidance the university has provided on the Your DMU Safety microsite, including:
We at DMU would urge all students to follow this advice as part of our shared commitment
for the safety of yourselves, your fellow students, DMU staff and the wider community.
Posted on Wednesday 13th January 2021