School Forums are meetings, held three times per year, where your Course Representatives raise feedback on your behalf, and work collaboratively to resolves issues and share best practice.
Any student can come along to a School Forum but It is vital that Course Reps attend. Each meeting is held at a convenient time of the week, lasts no longer than 90 minutes and refreshments are provided.
You can find the date of your next School Forum here.
Typical School Forum Agenda
School Forums will usually follow the same format. See below for a typical School Forum agenda.
Plan Progress Report
Teaching & Learning
Assessment & Feedback
Organisation & Management
Extra Positive Feedback
Response from Staff
Closed Floor Discussion
Make sure you're prepared for School Forums and have collected any relevant feedback from your course. You can download a School Forum Preparation Form here.
Below, you can find an action plan for your School that records all feedback that has been raised in the School Forum and the responses or actions taken by the University to address that feedback - why not have a read and see what your Course Rep is doing for you?
School of Built Environment, Engineering & Computing
Carnegie School of Education
Carnegie School of Sport
School of Clinical & Applied Sciences
School of Cultural Studies & Humanities
School of Events, Tourism & Hospitality Management
The Graduate School
School of Health & Community Studies
Department of Languages
Leeds School of Art
Leeds Business School
Leeds Law School
Leeds School of Social Sciences
Should you wish to discuss the meetings of any of the above School Forums, please contact the Student Voice team on firstname.lastname@example.org.