Perran Johnson

Plymouth Business School


Manifesto

As the previous years school rep, it is great to be back in Uni and holding this position again!  I accomplished nearly all of my manifesto points from last year and it will be a privilege to keep working for the amazing returning and new students in the Business Faculty. As I am already in a position to maintain relationships, I can continue to tackle any issues students are facing, especially in these difficult times. Your voice will not go unheard!

What I believe every student should have:

  • Non-discriminative and equal representation
  • A reliable and engaged school rep
  • Trust that their voice will be heard, no matter how small the issue
  • A safe space to talk, and be yourself
  • Entitled to information about plans for the pandemic, and what will happen with courses

After becoming the secretary of Knit Fast Die Warm, I am fully engaged with the university life, and intend to make the space for every student to feel welcome and secure in the future of their course.

My top priorities:

  • To continue to improve student life and wellbeing through course related issues, such as lecturer communication
  • Raise student awareness of mental health support available in the University
  • Continue to work with the PBS to gain the best opportunities for students including networking events, socials and security through the current crisis
  • Ensure that all students have equal opportunities with placements and graduate jobs while studying, through engaging workshops and practice with applications

My confidence and ability to stand up for student rights I believe is crucial for this position. I am a friendly and approachable student, that wants to continue to support students and see change throughout the university.

I am proud to represent the business school here in Plymouth!


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