We hope you and your family are all in the best state of imaan and health.
Due to the recent events, we would like to inform you that the College Management have decided to deliver part time courses using an online platform from the 23rd of March onwards until further notice. This is due to the growing concern over the spread of coronavirus and for the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff. We are also anticipating a decision to be made soon by the local authority and government to close schools/colleges and apply restrictions on mass gatherings for people’s safety and well-being.
Please note, teachers may opt to self isolate and not come in to deliver the course before Monday 23rd of March. If this is the case, the lesson will be delivered online and students will be informed beforehand.
Our Central Admin Team at Ebrahim College will be in the office to provide you with support if you have any difficulty or require any assistance. We will use the week commencing, 16 March 2020 as a teething period to trouble shoot any issues before going fully online on the 23rd of March.
We understand this method of teaching may not be ideal for all, however, we believe at this unprecedented moment in time, it is an ideal alternative and best course of action.
We will continue to monitor the developments, but it is likely that our courses in Ramadan will also be affected by the virus. Due to this we will be delivering our courses online and on campus as well (if possible). As and when the situation improves, we will update you inshaAllah.
We have partnered up with Zoom to ensure that nothing stops you from learning the deen. View our Guide for Zoom online classroom For Students to find our more or visit www.ebrahimcollege.org.uk/flexiblelearning to find out what courses are available during Ramadan and term 3.