Updated: Friday, April 3rd 2020
All students and staff are studying and working remotely from home, following the latest government advice. All college buildings are closed except for City Campus nursery, which is currently supporting some children of frontline workers.
Be kind. Be safe. Be smart. Please stay at home, look out for one another, and continue to follow official advice about Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Safeguarding and financial support:
Students and exams:
Applicants for September 2020:
For more information:
Public Health England: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public
We offer opportunities to explore the dynamic relationship between faith, beliefs and values in practice, study, work and life.
Chaplaincy happens when conversations take place between a chaplain and individuals or groups at any level within the college community. Therefore, the Chaplain is a person who has a concern for, and a commitment to, the pastoral and spiritual well-being of every individual who is a member within the college community.
The purpose of the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Service is:
We encourage understanding and respect for differences between people of all faiths, beliefs and values.
Contact the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Service on:
For all college Students, Staff, and other workers in the colleges.
The Sheffield College works in partnership with The Listening Company Ltd, to provide the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Service for its students and staff.