We hold regular Student Voice meetings at the College, covering a range of topics. Recently we have discussed:
These are very open discussions with all manner of items raised. they usually involve around 1½ hours at the college in a meeting supported by staff (as required) with tea/coffee available.
If you would like to get involved, please contact Jessica Smith on 0121 4720116 or email [email protected]
We have student Governors for the Short Courses and the Access course. Student Governors make a unique and valuable contribution to the Governing Body by bringing the active learner’s perspective to the Board and impacting positively on the success and continued improvement of the College.
If you wish to contact them please email [email protected].
We also have an ideas and suggestions box available in the Oak Tree Centre or comments and notes can be passed on via reception.
If you have any ideas you’d like to share, please get in touch:
By email: [email protected]
By phone: 0121 4720116
In person: Most staff are available between 9 -5pm, Mon to Fri. Let us know you are coming beforehand so we can make sure the best person for you to speak to is available.
We encourage our students to submit articles, poems and images to be published on the Fircroft Blog. If you would like to see your work featured on our blog and social media accounts, please submit your content to us via email - [email protected]rcroft.ac.uk. Please use "Blog For Us" in the subject line of your email to ensure it reaches the correct person.
It would be useful if you registered as a user on our site, that way you can comment on blogs, events and news stories. You can also upload a photo to accompany your blog post.
For more information on how you can get involved, download our blog submission guidelines here.
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