Honest Hour - Students with Disabilities

Monday 09 November 2020
Online, Teams
noon - 1pm

Honest Hour - Students with Disabilities

In partnership with the Clare Foundation we are excited to bring you the first of our wellbeing months! 

In this unique online session, you will have the opportunity to speak freely and openly to your executive officer Robin Tomlin and other students with disabilities about your experience at Bucks and both positive and negative experiences so far. With no staff involved this really is a chance to be as open as you like.

Reserve your place here. Joining instructions will be sent the day before the event.

The Clare Foundation aims to make Buckinghamshire the happiest county in Britain.

They are a charity that brings together key stakeholders, partners, businesses and charitable organisations to facilitate and create positive change across society in Buckinghamshire. Their mission is to bring the forces together to tackle the root causes of unhappiness.

They facilitate multi-stakeholder projects and programmes bringing together charities, businesses and key infrastructure organisations such as Buckinghamshire Council. They offer free advice and support to charities and not-for-profit organisations in order to help them become more effective and efficient both informally and through formal programmes such as their Charity and Middle le Leader Forums, Charity Excellence Programme and the Bid Writing Support Programme.