Our Covid-19 Safety Plan
‘Participant welfare is paramount to the Provider. The ratio of staff to participant numbers is generous for example, in some lessons, two teachers are provided, or additional supervisors allocated, to ensure learning and safety are optimised.’ British Accreditation Council, Reach Cambridge inspection report
The health and safety of our students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. We have consistently met and exceeded rigorous standards in Student Welfare and Safety as part of our accreditation from the British Accreditation Council (BAC). Furthermore, our welfare processes and contingency plans have been honed over the many years we have been running our programs, as we have dealt with incidents both large and small that have demanded robust and clear action plans.
In recent summers we have been careful to research, create and implement a robust Covid-19 policy, with clear guidelines and a risk assessment which was enforced across the board. We are confident we can provide a safe, supportive and enjoyable experience for all involved.
We have received the ‘Good to Go’ industry mark to reassure our customers that our business adheres to government and public health guidance. In addition, we have received the World Travel and Tourism Council’s ‘Safe Travels’ stamp, enabling travellers to recognise destinations that have adopted health and hygiene global standardised protocols.
Our mission has always been about bringing together bright and talented young people from around the world in a shared endeavour to prepare for their future – and that mission feels more important now than ever. We are confident that we will be able to offer a safe and supportive environment that still includes all of the joys of a truly international, engaging and life-changing Reach Cambridge program.
International Travel to the UK
The UK borders are fully open and we continue to welcome visitors from all over the world. We expect the situation to continue to improve as we look towards next summer. Details and restrictions vary per country so please visit the UK government website for more information.