Executives: Round Two

Your Executives are back for their second round, taking place between 26 and 28 January. They’ll be discussing and feeding into some big pieces of work, so make sure you check out what's on the agenda.

Your Executives are back for their second round, taking place between 26 and 28 January. They’ll be discussing and feeding into some big pieces of work. If you’re not sure what they got up to last time, you can check out the round-up.

If you’re not sure what they are, effectively, Executives are like a cabinet for each of the Vice President Sabbatical Officer positions. They are elected students who can hold the Vice President to account, support the campaigns within that agenda and provide feedback.

For more information about the Executives, click on the button below. 

What are the Executives?

What are they up to?

Education Executive

The second Education Executive meeting of the academic year is being held Tuesday 26 January. At this meeting they will:

  • Receive an update from VP Education Alissa Chohan and the school reps on their activity since the last meeting.
  • Discuss the outcomes and recommendations of the Digital Education Part 2 survey.
  • Discuss emergency regulations and concerns regarding exams and assessments.

Wellbeing, Community & Diversity Executive

Last term we held our first Wellbeing, Community and Diversity executive. We had a jam-packed agenda and had really great discussions on topics of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. This time we will:

  • Receive an update on the work that VP Wellbeing & Diversity Henn Warwick is carrying out at the moment, which includes some exciting projects.
  • Look to the rest of Term Two and forward to Term Three to what activities the Collectives would like to do and how we can support students.

Societies, Sports & Opportunities

On Thursday the Societies, Sports and Opportunities Executive are meeting after two rounds of ratifications. In this meeting the group will:

  • Review the progress of ratified groups from this time last year.
  • Continue discussions on how the VP Societies & Sport role develops.
  • Consider ways in which we can drive engagement with students, both in and out of student groups.
  • Start initial ideas around ways in which student groups can be recognised for the challenging year they are working in.

If you have any input on these topics do not hesitate to contact one of the Sabbatical Officers.