@StratfordColl’s student voice executive committee recently delivered their annual conference entitled “The Future is Bright” attracting a wide range of students and staff across the campus.
Packing in a whopping 11 workshops over the course of one week, students delivered the virtual sessions via Microsoft Teams. With topics such as “How sustainable are you?”, “Anti-racism” and “Technology & Innovation”, the workshops aimed to educate both students and staff on the issues and matters affecting us today.
Fatima Mai-Bornu, Black & Ethnic Minority Officer explained: “We’ve considered the situation we’re currently in and wanted to spread knowledge. The workshops aim to keep people informed over things that have happened in lockdown, such as the Black Lives Matter protests, as people tend to think they know things but they’re missing a lot of essential facts.”
An Early Years & Childhood Studies lecturer at Stratford-upon-Avon College (@StratfordColl) will travel to Kenya in the middle of the summer dry season to cycle 400k across 6 days in order to raise money for four cancer charities.
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