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    Niall Hardie
    Student Rights on Mental Health
    by Niall Hardie - Tuesday, 28 May 2019, 1:52 PM
     

    Charter for Student Rights on Mental Health

    Please see the attached poster which provides details of the 10 Rights for Students on Mental Health, as promoted by the National Union of Students.

    Promoted on behalf of Keir McKechnie, Mentally Healthy College Coordinator.

    Niall Hardie
    Student Mental Health Survey
    by Niall Hardie - Tuesday, 7 May 2019, 10:47 AM
     

    Student Wellbeing Survey - click to complete

    Glasgow Clyde College, in partnership with the Scottish Association for Mental Health, has been running a mentally healthy college project for over a year. This survey aims to find out whether or not the project is being successful for YOU, the students. It also aims to find out what else the ...

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    Niall Hardie
    Living Life to the Full Fest
    by Niall Hardie - Wednesday, 27 March 2019, 11:04 AM
     

    Living Life to the Full Fest Banner

    28th March; 10am-3pm at Langside Campus

    A celebration highlighting the importance of positive health and well being.

    This event will provide a chance for staff and students across the college to come together to talk about how we stay well, network, exchange resources and most importantly, have fun.
     
    There will be a range of stalls representing a variety of organisations and the day will also include some activities to get involved with and performances from students along with guest speakers!


     
    Niall Hardie
    Student Survey 2019
    by Niall Hardie - Monday, 18 March 2019, 12:55 PM
     

    The Annual Student Survey for 2019 is now live and we want to hear from you!

    The Annual Student Survey for 2019 is now live and we want to hear from you!

    This survey is one of the ways we get feedback from our students to help us make improvements, so every response is valuable. The survey is part of a national approach to monitoring student satisfaction and all Scottish ...

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