Led by VP Education Kate Roberts, the Inclusive Education campaign aims to create a more inclusive educational experience for all students from all backgrounds. Events across the week will celebrate the diversity of our student population, examine ways in which the University can be more inclusive to all students, and help students understand how they can be champions of inclusive education through providing a space and a platform for this topic to be heard.
Alongside the dedicated events and Academic Rep Conference, this week will also see the launch of our first Student Voice Report on BAME Inclusive Student Experience, with 25 recommendations for both the University and Students’ Union to implement to improve the educational experience for BAME students at Royal Holloway. We hope that this report and the recommendations proposed will change the way that we, and the University, function and will help to make us a more inclusive and welcoming community for all students. We will continue to prioritise inclusive education and support students from all backgrounds until there is no attainment gap, no discrimination and diversity is universally celebrated.
VP Education Kate Roberts recaps her campaign week as she looks to ensure that the academic interests of all students from all backgrounds are represented at Royal Holloway.
On Wednesday 29 January we held our annual Academic Rep Conference with the theme of Inclusive Education. The debates, interactions and insights that occurred throughout the day were brilliant, so if you missed it, VP Education Kate Roberts has a full round-up for you.
It’s here! Our highly anticipated Student Voice Report focusing on the issues faced by BAME students at Royal Holloway. We've set out a series of recommendations in the hope that we can better support all students from all backgrounds.
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