Student ForumsCurriculum Forums
Curriculum Forums will be held by Curriculum Managers throughout the year. All course students can attend these to share development ideas and any concerns related to learning. Alternatively, find out who your course rep is, or even volunteer to take the role for a year (individually or as a pair), and share your ideas and thoughts with them. The Course Rep will then take your comments to meetings with tutors and Curriculum Managers on your behalf.
For more information about your course's forums, please speak to your tutor.College Service ForumsA variety of forums are held through the year. Each focuses on a different aspect of student life. Students will be notified of forums via their tutors and/or via their college email account. Please check your email accounts at least once a week during term time to keep up-to-date with college news.
You can see what has been shared at previous forums, both for curriculum and services, by reading the posts on the College Forums Moodle Page.
Students can get involved with surveys within college and for community issues. You will be notified of College surveys by your tutor and via your student email. The links for important surveys, such as the induction survey and the on-programme survey, will be include on the Moodle Homepage. You can find a list of community surveys listed further down this page.
Get involved with research projects either as a participant. We have a college research group that publishes findings locally and to a wider audience, depending on the research project. This helps our college and other understand in greater depth the topics we are researching. Student can be supported to research topics of interests too. If you have an idea, please email Nikki Lane
, Assistant Principal Student Wellbeing (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Other feedback channelsStudent Voice Form
You don't have to wait until a forum is set up to share your views. Use the Student Voice Form at the bottom of this Moodle page, to share ideas for developments or comments on things that you see around college.
Compliments and Complaints Form
Share compliments and concerns to email@example.com
or via the form at the bottom of this page. Complaints will be assessed by a college senior leader and action taken appropriately.Talk to your teacher or a member of the College support team
Talk to your teacher or member of the college support team to share your voice, they can deal with something immediately or pass it on the person who can take action.