A crew from Korean radio station EBS visited City of Oxford College today to learn more about best practice in student safeguarding.
The team was accompanied by Professor Sung Hee Kim from Balliol College, co-founder of T-talks, an exciting project, supported by Activate Learning, which is set to inspire young people to achieve their goals in life.
As part of their visit, the crew interviewed Student engagement advisor Georgia Pravda at our city centre campus, learning more about how we embed safeguarding considerations in our student support provision. For example, students are offered advice on how to avoid potentially risky behaviours or situations, as well as tips to help develop emotional, psychological and physical well being.
Professor Iain Landles, Director of Career Pathways for the Creative Arts Faculty, said: 'We are fortunate to be working in partnership with EBS and T-talks to encourage and inspire the next generation to aim high and work hard to reach their goals. This is connected to the resilience and determination we want our students to develop and use through our Learning Philosophy.
'Today's visit was a great opportunity to show our Korean friends the safeguarding journey we are on, as they look forward to further developing their own model in the future.'