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How We Listen to the Voice of Students and Staff

How We Listen to the Voice of Students and Staff

Our Corporation must publish its arrangements for listening to the voices of students and staff at the College about what our College does, its strategic direction and its activities.

Students

The Learner Voice is at the heart of our decision making and quality assurance processes. Learners/students are consulted via the following means:

  • Student/learner focus groups
  • Student surveys carried out by the College
  • National / external student surveys
  • Student Voice tutorials across all curriculum areas across the year with feedback via termly/annual reports
  • Student views ascertained during classroom observations
  • Student Parliament
  • The College also engages with its HE students through the feedback received as part of the National Student Survey
  • Feedback from students/learners feeds into the College quality assurance and review processes, including the Self-Assessment Report and the Quality Improvement Plan.
  • ‘You Said, We Did’ poster campaigns
  • 3 Cs - Compliments, Concerns and Complaints
  • Appointment of Student Members
  • Student and Governor Engagement Panel

Staff

The College seeks to engage with staff through the following opportunities:

  • Termly Joint Consultation Committee meetings with Trade Union representatives
  • Annual Staff Survey
  • Staff briefings conducted by the Principal
  • The Principal’s Blog
  • Staff Voice newsletter
  • College Staff Focus Groups
  • Appointment of Staff Members
  • Members’ links with staff

Staff and Student Members

Two staff and two student Members are elected to our Corporation and play a full part in its discussion, debate and decision making.

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