STUDENT VOICE

Student Council

Students are encouraged to become part of the College Council to represent their year group, become ambassadors in the College and aim to help students feel welcome. The Student Council consists of 10-12 members with an elected Head, Deputy Head and Secretary. The Council meets regularly and aims to improve students’ everyday life at DLD and promote a sense of community across the College.

Mentoring Scheme

The Mentoring Scheme was started in 2011-12 and has proved to be very successful in helping students gain valuable experience in leadership, responsibility, motivation and communication. Designated AS and A2 students act as mentors for the younger students in need of extra support, whether for academic / language purposes or for social inclusion. The scheme is supervised by the Mentoring Coordinators and supported by senior members of staff.

Debating Club

The Debating Club meets weekly to discuss a range of current affairs including, EU membership, solution to the migrant crisis, stem cell research, GM foods, tax evasion and other themes. The students make suggestions for topics, decide whether they are for/against and then go off and research the issue. It has been an excellent opportunity for interested students to take a position and development their arguments.

Mentoring Scheme

The Mentoring Scheme was started in 2011-12 and has proved to be very successful in helping students gain valuable experience in leadership, responsibility, motivation and communication. Designated AS and A2 students act as mentors for the younger students in need of extra support, whether for academic / language purposes or for social inclusion. The scheme is supervised by the Mentoring Coordinators and supported by senior members of staff.

Debating Club

The Debating Club meets weekly to discuss a range of current affairs including, EU membership, solution to the migrant crisis, stem cell research, GM foods, tax evasion and other themes. The students make suggestions for topics, decide whether they are for/against and then go off and research the issue. It has been an excellent opportunity for interested students to take a position and development their arguments.

 

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