The health and wellbeing of all of our community is our top priority and we have sensible protective measures in place that will ensure we are able to keep everyone safe, while being able to offer an exciting blended learning model for all our students.
Our plans have been fully risk assessed and comply with the relevant advice of the Welsh and UK Governments. Staff and students are required to follow the detailed safety guidelines while on the College sites (full details on the College Hub Covid-19 guides) and carefully observe Welsh Government and Public Health Wales guidelines outside of the College.
These measures mean that we are operating at a reduced capacity, running a blended learning curriculum for both the Senior College and Pre-College (Junior Conservatoire and Young Actors Studio), with some activities taking place face-to-face and others in a digital learning environment. Learning on campus is being prioritised for:
- face-to-face activities that cannot be delivered online, or that are the most challenging to deliver online
- teaching activities that maximise learning when delivered face-to-face
- performance activity that requires the larger spaces and involve final year undergraduates and MA students
Although the College remains closed to the public until further notice, we have developed a digital public programme of live and recorded performances, details of which can be found on the What’s On page.
Many of our staff continue to work from home and can be contacted via their direct email address. FAQ’s for Students and Staff can be found on the College Hub: hub.rwcmd.ac.uk.
For the latest Government guidance about Coronavirus (Covid-19) and travel advice please visit: