SETA Covid Update


Coronavirus – COVID-19 - General Advice

We would like to assure you that SETA takes your safety and wellbeing very seriously.  SETA is continuing to follow the national guidance for educational settings to help mitigate any potential risks. 

The latest accurate information on Coronavirus (COVID-19), including the current situation in the UK and details about the virus and its symptoms, can be found on the NHS website or the Public Health England website. Both websites are regularly updated and include the most recent advice - so we encourage you to visit them for the latest information.

Also look at the Coronavirus pages on the Government website for the latest up-to-date information.

We strongly encourage you to participate in the vaccination programme being rolled out across the UK.  Anyone over the age of 12 can now get a Covid-19 jab. these are our best defence against Covid-19. They help protect young people and adults, and benefit those around them.  To book a vaccination please refer to the NHS website:


Whilst at SETA

From the 27th January 2022:

It is no longer legally necessary to wear face coverings in any setting, however, here at SETA, we strongly encourage you to continue to wear a face covering if you so wish to do so, but to  also respect the decisions of others who chose not to. 

We will continue to adopt all available sensible precautions available to help mitigate the spread of the virus e.g. regular hand washing, giving space, regular cleaning and many other good practices learned over the pandemic.

This applies to ALL individuals at SETA (unless exemption allows).


Lateral Flow testing is encourage three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) before attending SETA.

If any individual has any symptoms, however small, they must stay at home and book a PCR test as quickly as possible. Those who test positive with the new ‘Omicron’ variant will be notified of this, as will those having been in close contact via test and trace. These individuals will need to isolate/PCR test, even if vaccinated. 

Increased use of ventilation in communal offices/classrooms is required via open windows etc.

Continue with the promotion/practice of regular hand washing and the application of hand sanitisers


To see the various updates as they are emerged please visit the Covid Restrictions page of our website.

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