The ‘Bringing in the Bystander’ training was organised by the Student Community Partnership (SCP) and provided to staff at Komedia, Second Bridge and Moles nightspots. The University of Bath’s Students’ Union’s Plug and Tub bar and nightclub staff, who already receive this training, are also a key part of this pilot. The bystander intervention workshop […]
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The Student Community Partnership is proud to announce that it is a finalist for the EAUC Green Gown Awards. The Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges invite institutions from all over the country to submit an application for a campaign or project which has impacted the environment in a positive way. This year, the SCP […]
Cath Brown, the Chair of the SCP River Safety Forum, represented Bath at a conference to discuss river safety initiatives across the UK. Here’s her brief summary of the valuable discussions shared: Bath is not alone as a city where fatalities have tragically occurred through young people falling into the river. Durham and York have […]
During the student move-out period, the Student Community Partnership, a partnership between The University of Bath, Bath Spa University, their SU’s and Bath and North East Somerset Council, will provide support for students by offering EXTRA RUBBISH COLLECTIONS for certain streets in Bath. These collections will begin on 8th June 2018 until 30th June 2018. […]
We are delighted to share that we have completed 3 days of door knocking so far in Oldfield Park for the Pack for Good campaign. With the help of volunteers from both Bath Spa University and the University of Bath, students residents and permanent residents living in Oldfield Park have been informed about Pack for Good […]
The Student Community Partnership is proud to help co-ordinate the student move-out campaign Pack for Good, supporting the British Heart Foundation. There will be temporary red donation banks across Bath and all residents, especially students, are encouraged to donate any suitable, unwanted items. Last year, the campaign raised over £150,000 for the British Heart Foundation […]
With the support of over 60 volunteers, the Great British Spring Clean on 17th March 2018 was a tremendous success! The event took place between Oldfield Park and Twerton and was sponsored by the Student Community Partnership, Westmoreland Litter Pickers and McDonald’s in Twerton. It was a snowy start, but the volunteers were enthusiastic. Jemima […]
I love living in Bath because even though it can be a quaint little city at times, it is still so vibrant and has such a buzz to it. The Bath community is wonderful; everyone is so friendly and willing to help. As a student it’s great, perfect location from the bigger cities like Bristol […]
In support of the British Heart Foundation, the Student Community Partnership, Bath Spa University and the University of Bath are teaming up to promote the Pack for Good campaign from April to July. In 2017, the campaign raised over £150,000 for the charity with over 10,000 bags being donated across Bath. The temporary banks will […]
The Chair of Bath and North East Somerset Council, Councillor Cherry Beath, was pleased to present her ‘Student in the City’ Award on 7th March 2018 at the Living Together Conference. The award was presented to the student who has given an outstanding contribution to the community of Bath. After receiving numerous highly impressive applications, […]
Still some tickets available for the Community Barn Dance this Saturday; open to students and residents alike! @UniofBath @thesubath @BathSpaUni @bathspasu @BathCollege @bathnes
Exciting announcement! Tickets for our annual #Community Barn Dance, in partnership with @SCPBath, have just been released: https://t.co/q3TZ1yinrh! We welcome all members of the community to join in! General entry is £4.00 and children under 12 go free!