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Student Union 2019 - 2020

The Student Union - Make your voice heard

The Student Union is an executive body of 14 students responsible for ensuring that every student’s voice is heard.

The Student Union speaks to students on important issues and lobbies for changes that will benefit the student body as a whole. Recently the Union has made changes to Teacher Cover policy, fed into discussions on how to improve the Learner Voice process and represented students on a range of committees.

You can contact your Student Union about any issues in their dedicated office in the Refectory, or via social media.Students can get involved in the Union by standing in the March election.

The Student Union is also responsible for organising a number of social events and parties, from Freshers' Week in September to the Leavers’ Event in summer. The S.U. also run student-led weekly societies. These change year to year but here is a flavour of what's on offer:

  • Celebrating Cultural Diversity
  • Conversation Club
  • Debating Society
  • Christian Union
  • Classics
  • LTBTU+
  • German Society
  • Socialist Society
  • Law Society
  • Tea & Toast

Yasmin Raja


Ben Franklin


Natalie Goldman

Charities Officer

Kitty Wynne-Mellor

Communications Officer

Ria Stach

Communications Officer

Harvey Seville

Enrichment Officer

Hugo Montford

Enrichment Officer

Jess Walker

Entertainment Officer

Olivia Dobson

Entertainment Officer

Jen Joseph

Environment Officer

Yasmin O'Mahoney

Equality and Welfare Officer

Anaum Rafique

Health and Safty Officer

John Macleod

Liaison Officer

Kai Osborne


The SU Executive currently comprises 15 students, who aim to represent the views of BHASVIC’s student body to College staff, as well as on a local and national level.

  • They organise student social events, as well as raising money for their chosen charities.
  • They aim to look after the welfare of students as well as promoting Equality and Diversity.

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