Voting is now open for our Student Governor 2021 elections!
Read below to meet the candidates and then click here to cast your vote!
I would like to become a student governor because I believe that the students should get a say in how the college should be run and how we can improve it moving into the future. As a student governor I would listen to my fellow students and take in ideas about improvement and issues which will help the college to improve or develop to make it a better place for everyone. I would also be an approachable face for anyone with any problems relating to college.
Hi guys, I’m Maz. I see this opportunity as a golden chance for the student body to represent themselves and show their opinion freely. Young people like myself and other students at long road who might feel like that they go unheard or can’t show their opinion openly, the student governor provides us all with the platform to be heard and face our challenges. I have had past experiences with roles like a student governor. Therefore, I am approachable and open to vast ideas. I have been a part of student council at my previous school and I’m a member of Western Assembly for Youth(WAY). I’m interested in this role because I believe how we see others is a direct reflection of ourselves. If we see them as full of love and compassion, so are we.
As a highly motivated and ambitious individual, I am delighted to apply for the position of student Governor at Long Road Sixth Form College. At my former school, I was a member of the Student Senate and obtained the role of Sports Captain. I developed my communication, organisational and leadership skills, whilst being a voice for my peers. I was also a member of the Debating Society and STEM club. With my skills and experience in those positions, I believe I will be a great student Governor and make a difference for students. Thank you for considering my application.
I will fully back and support student or teacher strikes and will consider an official long road student union
I also want to ensure every students mental health is looked after properly, and although I think LRC does an adequate job of this I think more needs to be done to ensure LRC is a safe environment for all. Also, increased support for societies within LRC is crucial to support minority students and let them feel heard. I will be directly discussing certain issues with society leaders, taking everyone’s opinion into account.