For events on your campus, please visit the Student Activities Moodle site: https://moodle.src.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=4587
Health and Wellbeing Tutorials
The Student Engagement Officers work across departments to deliver health and wellbeing tutorials on a range of subjects, including;
- Alcohol Awareness
- Mental Health Advice
- Men’s Health
- And many more...
Throughout the year, the Student Engagement Officers work with outside agencies to bring guest speakers and events to your campus, including:
- 'One Punch’ Alcohol and violet crime
- ‘Without Consent’ – sexual health and relationships
- ‘Gimmie 5’ – health and welling
- ‘Start 360’ – Drugs and alcohol support.
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SRCSU Executive 2020-21
The Student Union at SRC exists to support the views, opinions and interests of all students. As an enrolled student you are automatically a member of the Student Union. The Student Union is made up of two main bodies:
Class Reps are elected in your class groups with your personal tutor. Class Reps will attend consultative meetings with academic staff throughout the year as well as attending the Campus Council meetings with the Student Activities team three times per year. Further information on being a class rep and the role can be found in the class Rep pack below.
Student Union Officers
Student Union Officers are elected by the whole campus. Officers must nominate themselves and campaign to get students to vote for them.
These positions are a fantastic opportunity for students to gain a range of new skills, add something to their CVs and interact with students and staff from across the College.
The digital world is exciting. Social media platforms and easily accessible information 24/7 can make life easier but can also bring pressures and dangers for students.
According to the Safer Internet Centre 1 in 4 Young People are concerned about their online reputations and 1 in 3 calls they deal with are concerned with reporting abuse.
Remember there are practical steps that you can take to protect yourself online.
- Be careful what you say on Twitter, Facebook and Social Networks. Remember:
Why are you posting this content?
Would you be happy for everyone to see it?
- Get down with YOUR Privacy settings – Tweak and check these on a regular basis. Remember they differ from platform to platform. Make sure you update these on Smartphones and Tablet devices.
- Be careful with Apps which claim to offer texts and images which vanish. Once you click Send you lose control of this information and where your information can end up.
- Create positive content to counteract any negative results which may be floating about.