A wide range of precautionary measures are in place to allow the School to re-open in a Covid-secure way for the autumn term. We will be adopting a blended approach to learning, combining socially-distanced face-to-face teaching with the delivery of some classes online.
You should use this as your main source of information about the School’s response to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. This page will be updated regularly as Government regulations and guidance changes.
We are following advice from the Government and other regulatory bodies, our validating university (UWE Bristol), and the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama closely. A School Covid-19 supervisor has been appointed to ensure best practice is maintained, as regulations and guidance continue to change.
The School’s key Covid-19 protocols and documentation can be downloaded from the links below.
For further information, please use the drop-down menus below.
The School’s Covid-19 guidance document (PDF, 466 KB) contains practical details about staying safe during your training. It is important that you read this information carefully as you will be asked to confirm that you are familiar with this information as part of the induction or registration process.
If you are a new student and you have any concerns, please contact Julia Heeley, the School’s Student Support Manager. Returning students can also contact their head of course.
Please note that we are currently unable to accept drop-in visitors to our premises, unless you have a prior appointment with a member of staff.
Prospective students for technical and creative courses can find out more about our full-time time training courses by enrolling on a virtual open day.
Our autumn term youth group will be run virtually over Zoom. Further information is now available from the our youth programme webpages.
Regrettably we will be unable to tour the Nativity during the autumn/Christmas term. We hope to be able to tour again in the spring term, depending on social distancing regulations. For further information, please contact the, please contact the Student Recruitment team,
We are still in the process of planning the delivery of our public-facing work for the 2020-1 academic year. Our production of Pericles will be available to stream online from mid-September. Please continue to check back for updates.
See the UK Government’s latest information for further advice.
Read guidance from the NHS.