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Students taking part in enrichment activities


Get involved this term with our exciting activities programme! Taking part is a great way of meeting new people, learning some new skills and having fun! You'll find a wide variety of activities that you can participate in outside of your academic timetable.

This might involve taking part in sports activities, joining the Student Union committee to design the enrichment programme for the academic year; working on community or charity work or volunteering to support your local community. The Enrichment team also offers support to students applying for Higher Education courses and for those seeking employment.

We are always looking for new ideas to include within the enrichment programme; therefore any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Enrichment is about meeting new friends and developing skills and fun times.

JRC Enrichment Programme

Enrichment Activity Programme Spring 2024 – Click here for full details of our fun and free activities!

Like to find out more?

Email for more information about activities or pop into Client Services – activities are free for all students! 

Click here to find out what students have been up to and view the latest Student Newsletters.

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The Student Volunteer Programme is part of our Leadership Academy. Why not join and make a difference? There are a number of roles and opportunities for students to become role models and leaders. These include Student Sports Coaches, Student Ambassadors, Language Ambassadors, Student Innovators and Study Buddies. There is also the opportunity to be elected to a role on the Student Partnership Council.

It is important to us that you feel involved and consulted during your learning process. We are committed to seeking your views, ideas and opinions. We call this ‘The Student Voice’. Your voice ensures that you are included in the decision-making process. So, how can you get involved in the ‘Student Voice’ process?

You can get involved in a number of ways:

  • Become a Student or Departmental Representative and liaise with your classmates, feeding back the issues that matter to them
  • Be active in Student Focus Groups  
  • Stand for a position on the Student Partnership Council
  • Take part in our cross-college Student Elections for the opportunity to become Student President and represent the Student Body at Corporation meetings

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