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Transition Mentoring

The Student Transitions at Reading (STaR) mentor partnership aims to create a sense of belonging for new students at Reading which is vital for retention and academic success. The partnership also provides a personal and professional development opportunity for current students by increasing skills to enhance employability.

Contact: STaR Mentor Co-ordinator Chantelle Turner (

Peer Assisted Learning (PAL)

PAL at Reading is a scheme that is focusses specifically on academic content and learning. It encourages and trains experienced students to support less experienced students through the formation of facilitated study groups. Each study group is facilitated by a single or pair of trained student PAL leader(s), who liaised with the module convenor on subject content and encourage student participant to explore, discuss and deepen their understanding of their subject. The PAL Co-ordinator supports academic staff to develop and embed PAL in their degree programmes, trains PAL leaders in facilitation skills and supports leaders and staff during the implementation of the study sessions.

Contact: Peer Assisted Learning Co-ordinator Caroline Crolla (

Hall Warden Assistants

The Hall Warden Assistants are a team of post-graduate students who work with the University's Hall Wardens to provide pro-active welfare support to student residents. The Student Welfare Co-ordinator is responsible for their recruitment, training and ongoing support.

Contact: Student Welfare Co-ordinator Sue Wallace (

I Heart Consent Training

Training is provided to the RUSU 'I heart Consent' facilitators on the issue of consent and sexual harassment. These facilitators are recruited in conjunction with RUSU and they deliver this training to other student leaders within RUSU. Training is also delivered to groups of key staff e.g. Hall Warden Assistants and members of security staff.

Contact: Chantelle Turner (

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