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St Peter’s takes its responsibility for the welfare of its students very seriously. There is always someone on hand to whom they can turn for confidential advice on any matter whether of a personal, financial or medical nature.
The welfare team includes both senior and junior members of the College, who work closely with each other to ensure that an appropriate range of expertise and help is available. Matters of general concern are discussed at termly welfare meetings, to which the College Doctors (from the Jericho Health Centre), the College Nurse and a representative from the University Counselling Service are invited. The students themselves organise a peer support group.
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel (2)75656 and (2)78886.
Staircase IV, Room 11
Oversees and co-ordinates welfare provision in College, including case and information management. Liaises with student Personal Tutors and Graduate Advisers. Keeps Dean informed of Welfare concerns. Reports to the Master.
email@example.com, tel (2)78949
Staircase II, Room 2
Has responsibility for disciplinary matters in College, is line manager for the Assistant Deans on such matters. Keeps Tutor for Welfare informed of any welfare concerns.
firstname.lastname@example.org tel: (2)78905
The College’s part-time Chaplain is part of the college welfare team. She is always glad to see members of the College and its staff. Any student or member of staff is welcome to call in socially, or to talk to her in confidence at any time and on any matter. The Chaplain is normally in college every Thursday and Sunday but she may also be available by arrangement at other times.
Kate Tempest, College Nurse
Ground Floor, Staircase 4, Weeks 0th to 9th (surgery hours: Mondays: 12.30-14.30. Tuesdays: 09.30-11.30. Wednesdays: 12.30-14.30. Thursdays: 09.30-11.30. Fridays: 12.30-14.30)
Provides health, health-related and sound welfare advice. Liaises regularly with Jericho HC.
Dr Leaver & Partners, Jericho Health Centre
Tel. 01865 311234 (number also for out of hours)
Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6NW
Local GP practice used by the majority of students, as recommended by College. For information about surgery hours and the range of services provided, see the practice website .
Senior Welfare Officer, Justin Bewsher
email@example.com; tel. 01865 278924, Work mob. 07969 508472
Staircase IV, Room 17 (Office Hours Mon/Tue/Wed 2-3pm)
Provides front-line welfare provision in College.
Junior Welfare Officer, Elise Maes
Provides front-line welfare provision in College and assists Senior Welfare Officer.
College Registrar, Mrs Olivia Henley
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 278864
Ground Floor, Besse Staircase
Ensures that special examination requirements are put in place. Deals with cases of medical emergencies affecting students taking University exams.
Bursar, Mr James Graham
email@example.com, tel (2)74847
Ground Floor, Staircase III, Room 2
Deals with domestic implications of welfare matters.
Finance Officer, Mrs Katie Pullen-Rowland
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel (2)78936
Bursary, Staircase III, Ground Floor
Deals with financial implications of welfare matters, including hardship.