Nottinghamshire is to be placed in the Tier Three highest alert category to try and reduce the transmission of coronavirus.
The highest alert level has been announced for the county of Nottinghamshire following agreements between Government and local authority leaders.
These measures come into force at one minute past midnight on Friday October 30 and will last for 28 days pending further reviews.
Confetti’s campus and spaces are COVID-19 secure and we continue to offer a blend of online and face-to-face teaching.
Students travelling to and from Confetti are able to continue doing so but are urged to take care and abide by the safer travel guidance for passengers. Travel information for Nottingham can be found here.
Before beginning your journey we recommend checking for updates from your local travel provider in case or any revisions to timetables.
Students living in halls of residences or private dwellings can read more about household mixing on our parent company Nottingham Trent University’s website here.
Q: Can I still come to Confetti under the Tier 3 restrictions?
A: Yes – travel to and from a Tier 3 location is permitted for essential purposes – such as attending an education setting. For more information on what Tier 3 restrictions mean please visit the gov.uk website.
Q: Why has the decision to move to Tier 3 been made?
For more information on what Tier 3 restrictions mean please visit the gov.uk website.
For the latest updates and advice on Covid-19, please visit our Stay Safe page.