Get Tested and be entered for a prize!

Take a regular COVID test and get the chance to win a prize!

Report your twice weekly test results to both sites linked below for a chance to win a prize

Testing Kits are available from College

NHS reporting website

College Reporting website 


Student Union Nominations

A problem shared is a problem halved

DLSF Bursary Deadline

Important Exam Information

Please read the attached Important Documents regarding Exams

Non examined Assessment

On Screen Exams

Social Media

Written Exams

You can now put yourself forward to become a Youth Commissioner.

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Twice weekly rapid· COVID-19 testing

Covid 19. What happens if…………

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COVID Testing Update

24th March 2021

COVID Testing Update


Dear Student,

I am writing to update you on the next stage of our COVID testing procedure. We have now tested thousands of our students at College to make sure that your return to learning on site is as safe as possible.

In line with guidance from the government, our students will now test themselves at home using test kits given to them at College.

This is voluntary but you are encouraged to test yourself regularly to help give you and your peers even more protection and keep us all safe. You should test twice each week as soon as you receive your test kit, even during the Easter break.

It is important for you to log your test results in two places:

  1. The College’s reporting system
  2. The Government site:


This is so your test result can be traced, which means sharing some of your information: name, test result and test kit reference number. Your College is able collect and store test result data. We have shared with your parent or carer some more detail on how we do this safely and properly. If you would like to know more about how we use data and the privacy processes in place at College please let us know.

The QR codes below have been developed to make it as easy as possible for you to log results. These will also be available in hard copy at College.

We are here to help if you need any further guidance and support, please contact your tutor If you want to ask something or need help. By working together we can ensure that you continue to have a safe and valuable learning journey at the College.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected]. Thank you for your continued support under difficult circumstances. Keep safe and well.

Yours sincerely,

Christopher Lee

Student Support

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Lockdown Update





Below you will find the latest database with information on Trussell Trust foodbanks, independent foodbanks and pantries, community cafes and cooked food providers, on street food outreach and additional (non food related) support.

This resource gives contact information about alternative support and services, but it is strongly recommended that you contact the foodbank/group first to check if they are currently offering their food provision, and if so, how to access these.
Latest food provision and additional support database



2020 – 2021


Sandwell College have implemented an on-line Discretionary Learner Support Fund Application (DLSF) for this academic year.


Support is provided to vulnerable and disadvantaged learners to remove barriers to education and training to learners whose household income does not exceed an upper household income of £32,600

You will need to complete the on-line DLSF application if you are a returning student or a new student attending the college.

All applications are assessed based on the evidence that you upload with your DLSF application therefore it is important that you follow the evidence guidelines listed below.

  • Evidence needs to be complete and in date as requested in the on-line application
  • ALL pages need to be uploaded in full, showing name and address, if more than 1 page the consecutive pages need to display the page numbers
  • In care/Leaving care letter provided by social services – If eligible
  • Relevant (as listed) sate benefit letter dated within the last 12 weeks
  • Most recent Universal Credit statement – all pages
  • Child Tax Credits or Working Tax Credits 2020/2021 – all pages
  • Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 – copy of both sides of Application Registration Card (ARC) and ASPEN Card
  • If not in receipt of any above the provide P60 or 3 x consecutive wage slips (showing name and address) from who you live with

You will need to follow the QR Link below for the DLSF Application Form                                           




or use URL link


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