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Updated: 25 February 2022


What Covid-security measures are in place?

On entering Trinity Laban buildings, you must adhere to the following procedures to ensure your safety, and the safety of others:

  • Remember your access card. You will not be able to enter any building unless you have your access card with you.
  • Regularly wash or sanitise your hands.
  • Ensure your work, study or practice space is well ventilated

If you have any COVID -19 symptoms, do NOT come into any buildings.  Please stay at home and immediately notify TL via COVIDstudentabsence@trinitylaban.ac.uk (students) OR COVIDstaffabsence@trinitylaban.ac.uk (staff)

Students and staff are expected to exert personal responsibility in compliance towards the safety of all concerned at all times.

Do I need to get a test before coming to campus?

No. The government announced on 21 February 2022 that staff and students in Higher Education will not be expected to continue taking part in regular testing and should follow asymptomatic testing advice for the general population

What happens if I test positive?

If you test positive do not come to campus. Although you are not legally required to self-isolate, the government advises that you avoid contact with other people for at least five full days, and continue to follow the guidance until you have received two negative test results on consecutive days. Routine contact tracing will end, so fully-vaccinated close contacts and those under 18 will not be legally required to test daily for seven days.

Please contact COVIDStudentabsensce@trinitylaban.ac.uk to report your test result.

Do I have to wear a face covering when on campus? 

No. The government has removed the legal requirement to wear face coverings but recommends that they are worn in enclosed and crowded spaces.

Do I have to wear a mask in class, teaching or at my desk?

No, not unless you would like to.

Are you supporting the use of the NHS Test and Trace App at Trinity Laban?

Yes, we have installed unique QR check-in codes in specific areas across TL sites to support the use of the free NHS Test and Trace app. Please scan the code to check-in to a venue on the app when you visit King Charles Court (Faculty of Music), Laban Building (Faculty of Dance), Laurie Grove Studios and Blackheath Halls.



Are the buildings open to staff and students?

Yes, our sites are open for in-person teaching, rehearsals and performances.

Are the buildings open to the public?

Yes, our buildings are open to members of the public for performances and events.

Are on-site catering facilities available?

Trinity Laban cafes at King Charles Court (Faculty of Music) and Laban Building (Faculty of Dance) are available during term time serving hot drinks and meal options, sandwiches, toasted paninis and a variety of snacks.