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While studying at the Windsor Forest Colleges Group, you will have the chance to broaden your experience, meet new people, learn additional skills and have fun.

Opportunities include:

• Trips related to your course
• Work placements or work experience
• Volunteering in the community
• Representing your class as a tutor or course rep
• Raising funds for charity as part of the Student Union
• Taking part in sport and fitness sessions
• Being a Student Governor or student leader
• Attending social events
• Improving your employability by getting involved with careers activities
• Visiting speakers and external providers

Our Facebook page gives you more information on what's going on right now across college, or ask at your course interview about the work experience, trips and opportunities available on your course. Students are also encouraged to set up their own groups and societies on areas of interest. Currently students have set up a chess club, a political union and a Glee Club!


To help settle you into College and be part of our community and to prepare you for next steps we run a variety of cross College and department based events and activities. These also give you new experiences, develop your confidence and are a chance to relax and socialise with friends.

Events include:
• Community events such as our Freshers Fairs, Christmas Fairs and a number of smaller fun activities across the year.
• Our annual careers pathway, Higher Education and employment fairs
• Our termly Student Parliaments and Liaison Committees giving you the chance to practice skills including how to represent others. You will also have an opportunity to feed back to leaders about how the College is run.
• Curriculum led events such as fundraising, fashion shows, health and fitness week and talent shows.

Student Union

The Windsor Forest Colleges Group supports students to be successful and we work hard to listen to student views about their experiences. We always encourage feedback. One of the ways we do that is through our Student Parliaments, Liaison Committees and Student Union. Most College tutor or curriculum groups have an elected group representative. These reps make up the Student Parliament and are responsible for representing the views of their class on a range of topics including teaching and learning, campus services and college life. The Course Reps also attend regular meetings to discuss their feedback and ideas with the College’s senior management team.

The Student Union Executive has a number of elected representatives. Their job is to lead projects and awareness-raising activities requested by our students. This includes fundraising, organising social events and introducing new services or policies.

In addition to the Student Union Executive and Parliaments, there are positions for students on our Board of Governors for each individual College, where you could represent your peers at the highest level. Being a student governor does involve a lot of responsibility and time, but it’s a great experience and you’ll learn new skills that can’t be easily gained elsewhere.


The Windsor Forest Colleges Group is proud to say we run an LGBTQ+ Group that is open to all LGBTQ+ students and allies across all three sites! We run every Wednesday over Google Meet and have exciting plans for the coming year. We strive to be a very open space for all to enjoy.

No matter what you feel like, you are still a person and we are a group of students and staff happy to listen and help you to be better equipped for college. With external speakers and events lined up such as February Pride week, we welcome LGBTQ+ and their allies to join our friendly community. 

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