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Education Officer

Chloe Batten

Education Officer

Hey, I’m Chloe and I’m your Education Officer and Deputy President! My job is to fight for your educational experience at Warwick to be the best it can be, and to represent your views and needs to the University. 

Course:
English Literature

Hometown:
Birmingham

Fun fact about me:
I played Oliver in my Year 6 leavers’ production of Oliver!

My role and what I hope to achieve this year:
As your Education Officer, I represent your academic interests by making sure that the student voice gets heard loud and clear in the University. Day-to-day, I attend University meetings holding people to account on your behalf by pushing for your educational needs to be at the centre of everything the University does. I also support and collaborate with your amazing Course Reps, Faculty Reps and Part-Time Officers (all of which you should definitely get involved with!) to achieve real, positive change. 

Throughout the year, I'll be campaigning to tackle the biggest education issues facing you at Warwick and beyond. A few manifesto points that I hope to achieve are:

  • Earlier exam timetable release
  • Reducing hidden course costs by capping library fines and gaining printing credit allowances for all students
  • Centring the importance of mental wellbeing to your educational experience, with compulsory mental health awareness and cultural competency training for personal tutors
  • Continuing progress towards closing the Black Attainment Gap and implementing suggestions from the Decolonization Project evaluation report

If you have any questions, please do get in touch with me. I’m here to work for you!

Chloe Batten

education@warwicksu.com

The Education Officer's office is on the first floor of SUHQ.

024 765 72777

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The election for this role takes place during our Spring Elections in term 2. You can find out more about this role and the others available by visiting our elections webpages.

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