Nottingham Trent VC Edward Peck reveals ‘realistic’ teaching plans for when students return in September

NTU Vice-Chancellor Edward Peck has revealed details about how next year’s in-person teaching will take place.

In a statement, Professor Edward Peck confirmed that next year’s in-person teaching will take place “where most appropriate” and “within the constraints of any Government guidance”.

He also revealed that the University’s preparations for the next academic year, such as timetables and support and activities for students, are based on the assumption that no social distancing measures will be in place by the start of term one.

“We are, however, realistic,” Edward Peck said. “This last year has shown all of us how rapidly the COVID-19 situation can change.

“We know that we may need to alter our plans if new restrictions are introduced and we are ready to do so when required.

“We will keep you updated over the coming weeks so please check your NTU email account regularly.”

For the time being, students are encouraged to get their COVID-19 jabs and enjoy the summer.

Lead image: Platform Magazine (inset: Nottingham Trent University)

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