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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update and Information

At Sheaf Training Centre, we will continue to follow Government, NHS England and Public Health advice in order to keep each other ‘as safe as possible’. This includes the Government's recent announcement (on Sunday 28th November 2021) in regards to, from Monday 29th November 2021, staff, students and visitors (unless they are exempt) wearing face coverings in the communal areas and corridors of schools, colleges and universities across England. In addition, we continue to recommend and encourage wearing face in all other areas across our Campus. The relaunch of this measure comes directly after the Prime Minister announced new rules on face coverings for shops and public transport (this comes into force on Tuesday 30th November 2021), following the detection of the new Omicron Covid-19 variant.

We are continuing with our existing approach which means we will continue to ask that all individuals on Campus follow the ‘Hands. Face. Space.’ principles. Therefore, when at Sheaf Training Centre, we ask that people wear face coverings in all communal areas and spaces (unless exempt), social distancing is applied throughout the Campus, and hands are washed regularly. We respectfully encourage all to take COVID-19 lateral flow tests to help detect asymptomatic cases and prevent the spread of the virus. You can click here to order free packs of rapid lateral flow tests to be sent to your home.

To keep up to date with what's happening in Sheffield, you can sign up to regular COVID-19 email updates from Sheffield City Council by clicking here.

To get the latest NHS information and advice about COVID-19, please click here.

To check if you or your child has COVID-19 symptoms, please click here.

To get the latest NHS information and advice about COVID-19 tests, please click here.

This resource, please click here, explains the different symptoms an individual may experience if they have COVID-19, a cold or the flu.

To get the latest NHS information and advice about COVID-19 vaccines, please click here.

Please click here for the latest government news and guidelines so that we can continue to keep each other safe. In addition, please click here for Sheffield City COVID-19 related news/information and regular updates from Director of Public Health Sheffield, Greg Fell.

 

Sheaf Training Centre 2022/23 Academic Year Update and Information

All of our programmes successfully started during the week commencing 5th September 2022 and they will Friday 21st October 2023. Please find below the 2022/23 term dates, student holiday dates and when staff development days will take place

 
Term time:
  • Week commencing Monday 5 September 2022* until Friday 21 October 2022
  • Monday 31 October 2022 until Friday 16 December 2022
  • Wednesday 4 January 2023 until Friday 10 February 2023
  • Monday 20 February 2023 until Friday 31 March 2023
  • Monday 17 April 2023 until Friday 26 May 2023
  • Monday 5 June 2023 until Tuesday 18 July 2023
  
*Please note that we are operating a staggered start for learners, some learners will begin term on 12 September.  If you have not received a letter to confirm the start date for your programme please contact us on 0114 4031007
 
Student holidays:
  • 24 to 28 October 2022
  • 19 to 30 December 2022
  • 2 January 2023
  • 13 to 17 February 2023
  • 3 to 14 April 2023
  • 1 May 2023
  • 29 May to 2 June 2023
  • 1 to 2 June 2023
  • 24 July to 31 August 2023
  
Staff development days:
  • 30th August to 2 September 2022
  • 3rd January 2023
  • 19th to 21st July 2023

 

If you wish to discuss any of our programmes further or a situation has changed, please contact us on telephone number 0114 4031007 to discuss with a member of the team.

 

Post 16 High Needs Provision at Sheaf Training

Sheaf is a vibrant learning and training facility which meets the needs of young people with SEND, focusing on developing skills for adulthood and employment. Students are aged between 16 and 25 years old and access our High Needs Study Programmes through their Education, Health and Care Plan. Referrals are made via the SEND Assessment and Placement Team.

 

 

At the Sheaf Training Centre Campus, all our students are at the heart and centre of everything we do. Our committed and dedicated staff members are continuously striving for excellence and this positive ethos has a genuine impact on the ambitions, aspirations and goals of our students. We inspire each one of our students to aim high and be the best they can be. As a result, we are extremely proud to say that studying at Sheaf gives our students the opportunity to transform their lives. Our strategic intent and priorities, vision mission and values drive our motivation to educate, support and guide our students to achieve the very best.

Vision            Unlocking potential, nurturing success and achievement

Mission         Highly stimulating education and inspirational opportunities, developing excellent futures

Values

    1. Placing the student at the heart and centre of everything we do. Being bold, strong and pushing the boundaries in order to ensure that our students reach their full potential
    2. Highly ambitious and excellent quality teaching, learning and assessment as the driver to our success
    3. Empowering all to be the best they can be
    4. Displaying mutual respect, civility, thoughtfulness and open mindedness
    5. Working collaboratively to share concepts and ideas, encourage one each other to succeed and accomplish excellence

 

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Student Support and Effective Provision

Sheaf can provide access to a qualified art therapist and a qualified counsellor to work with learners.

Sheaf also employs an experienced Speech and Language Therapist. Sheaf employs an experienced social worker to provide support. The June 2017 Ofsted Inspection of Sheffield City Council provision found that ‘Specialist courses for learners with high needs are very well planned and highly effective’. In addition, they also found that ‘Learners contribute well during stimulating activities and make good use of a wide range of excellent specialist resources such as assistive technology which enable them to progress well’.

 

Click here for the Ofsted report.
 
Click here for the Sheaf Brochure.
 

Dates

Course Title Location
Brickwork Programme Sheaf Training
Care (Health and Social Care/Early Years/Childcare) Programme Sheaf Training
Career Boost Programme Sheaf Training
Construction (Multi-trades) Programme Sheaf Training
Creative Art and Design Programme Sheaf Training
Green / Environment Studies Programme Sheaf Training
Hair and Beauty Programme Sheaf Training
Hospitality, Catering and Retail Programme Sheaf Training
Modern Digital Communication Technology Programme Sheaf Training
Personal Progress Plus Programme Sheaf Training
Personal Progress Programme Sheaf Training
Sheaf Discovery Programme Sheaf Training
Social Enterprise Programme Sheaf Training
Springboard Programme Sheaf Training

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