Hi, I’m Beth, a second-year English literature student. This last year
has been such an unusual experience for all of us. We have all faced
never ending hurdles fighting for the education and life experience we
have paid for. With the threat of Covid-19 evolving, we are hopefully
entering a transition to traditional teaching. I want teaching
standards to be maintained fusing our traditional methods with the
successes of online learning, which is why I have decided to run for
A quick transition: returning to in-person teaching whilst adopting
We need to push for a swift and safe return to in person teaching,
keeping the successes of online lectures, such as recording in person
content for students to review at their own leisure and to reference.
Tackling the issue of bunching deadlines
I want to encourage staff to stagger deadlines without damaging the
integrity of the module. This will not only enhance the student
experience, potentially improve the quality of work, plus reduces
Improved transition from predominantly online A levels to Degree
The upcoming freshers have endured most of their A level experience
online, therefore, may struggle adapting to the demands of a degree. I
want to ensure their transition is easy, understandable, and
Bringing educational expectations closer with student welfare
Poor mental health and university education should never go together.
I want to work closely with the welfare team pushing for a less
stressful academic environment, improving student’s mindset and
A quick transition: returning to in-person teaching whilst keeping
some of the successes of online teaching, such as recording in
person lectures for those that cannot make it.
Tackling the issue of bunching deadlines creating a more enjoyable
Bringing educational expectations closer with student welfare.