MORE PUBLICITY FOR THE CHAPLAINCY


 

THE IDEA

Students liked the Chaplaincy and wanted to see more publicity for it.

 

ACTION

  • The Activites Officer will meet with the Director of Chaplaincy Services to discuss this feedback.

 

UPDATE

AUGUST 22ND

  • The Activities Officer spoke to the Director of Chaplaincy Services, who agreed that publicising the Chaplaincy is difficult, and they are looking to improve this. 

 

SEPTEMBER 6TH

  • The Welfare Officer is looking to run a campaign alongside the Chaplaincy, which will hopefully spread the message further to students. 

 

NOVEMBER 1ST

  • The SU President judged a pumpkin carving contest on Halloween after running the SU Halloween Trick or Treat campaign, where students asked for food donations to be given to their local communities in Pontypridd, Cardiff and Newport.

 

NOVEMBER 5TH

  • The Welfare Officer's campaign, Look After Your Mate, was successful. As part of the Look After Your Mate campaign, the SU ran two events in collaboration with the Chaplaincy. They ran a games night for over twenty-five students, and a movie night for around twenty students. They wanted to offer non-alcoholic, social events that helped promote the services and facilities at The Meeting House.

 

 

 

 

WHAT YOU SAID

"Better publicity for the chaplaincy."

 

 

 

 

  

 

HOW IT WORKS

1. Students submit ideas during Change Week.

2. Teams of students gather to hack solutions to the biggest problems.

3. Teams pitch their ideas to a panel of University big wigs.

4. SU Officers and teams work with staff to make the ideas a reality.