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Come along to our April Town Hall to discuss Assessment and Feedback!

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After the impact the last Town Hall had, we want to make sure this platform is a regular part of students voicing your concerns and experiences, so we’re planning one more Town Hall before the end of the year to talk Assessment & Feedback before Assessment Period 2 gets fully underway. This Town Hall will be held on the 21st April from 11am to 12:30pm. 
Following this session, we will collate your insights and bring them to the top level of King’s Governance, the College Council to discuss Assessment strategy at King's. We’re extending an invitation to the Council members who may attend to hear your perspectives - but unlike the last Town Hall, they won’t be able to directly respond to any questions that arise, as they aren’t Management staff implicated in the daily life at King’s.
Get a free ticket now through the link below to reserve your spot for the Town Hall! We might ask you to review a couple of documents before the event, as well as inputting into a jamboard/collaborative workspace to see the sorts of things you want to discuss/inform us of – we’ll share these as soon as we have them.

We’ll also be recording this session, as many people requested this to be introduced for future Town Halls. You will still be able to remove comments from the final report prior to publication if you wish by getting in touch with us, but if we publish the video for students to see it then there will be a limited time to let us know before the event recording is shared with the student body. 

If you haven’t had the chance yet, our report from the last Town Hall has been published – it’s a long read, but the summary at the front contains all the recommendations we identified which we will be following up with over the next weeks with the relevant King's teams.

Get your free ticket here!




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