Our teams support students in a number of ways:
We want everyone to feel welcome, safe and secure whilst at college. We ensure that all staff working with young people under 18 and vulnerable adults receive appropriate safeguarding training to understand their responsibilities. We also have teams at all our colleges with advanced training to respond, act and support any child protection concerns.
If you are a student at Activate Learning and are worried about your own or somebody else's safety whilst at college, you can call 01865 550401 or email email@example.com.
Out of college, in an emergency please dial 999. If it's non-emergency, please call 101.
Have your say and join the Activate Learning Students’ Union! You could run for one of the executive committee positions or join some of the clubs and societies that are run by students.
Each campus has its own Students’ Union room where you can mix with other students, chill out and relax or work.
Mental health issues will affect one in four people in the UK each year.
We offer a wide range of services to support learners with mental health issues. We work hard to prevent issues, helping students keep healthy. We work hard to prevent mental health issues arising, raise awareness, reduce stigma, break down barriers, help staff and students spot the signs, keep healthy and get help.
We know coming to college can be a daunting experience for some students. We offer taster sessions, college tours, summer programmes and 1:1 support to ensure everyone settles on campus.
Life can be challenging at times. All our students have access to a free, confidential counselling service, to help them work through any issues that may be affecting their studies.
Events and enrichment
Throughout the year, we organise a vibrant range of events and activities to enrich the learner experience at college. This includes: charity events, awareness days, and celebrating religious festivals.
Learner Voice and Student Representatives
Become a student representative and share your ideas and opinions to help change the student experience. This is an essential part of improving the college experience for all students.