Being a student at Peter Symonds means being part of an inclusive, diverse and welcoming community. We value your individuality and encourage all students to play an active role in shaping the College. Your unique voice helps to reflect the needs and priorities of the student body. Through a team of dedicated EDI Ambassadors, students and staff work together to celebrate, recognise and represent the diversity of our College community. Our ambassadors help to organise events, run training sessions and coordinate the College’s EDI policy.
There are many ways in which you can actively help drive forward equality, diversity and inclusion at Peter Symonds. You can run for office in the Student Union, which provides a bridge between students and the Senior Management Team to discuss relevant issues.
You can take part in the Student Parliament and put yourself forward as a Tutor Group Representative, acting as a contact point for students to raise issues. You could join one of our student societies or become involved in the student equality, diversity and inclusion forum. Or, you might like to support the Hub through a role as a Wellbeing Ambassador.
We have a number of groups and forums throughout the College which aim to promote awareness and provide support to students. Here are just a few examples of some of the current societies:
Gender & Sexuality Alliance
PSC Homeless Alliance
South Asian Society
Voices for Change
If you don’t find the society or the support group that you’d like to see, tell us and we can work together to make it happen.
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