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Student Welfare

We are all part of making The Henley College a welcoming, inspiring place where everyone can feel they belong, whatever the purpose of their visit.

Discrimination or intimidating behaviour have no place here. If you experience any, we’ll take action.

Or contact us using the Student Voice Reporting App

We are here to be proactive and to help.

We take pride in acting with care and compassion, and everyone who visits or works here is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. The college's HEART values exist to inspire high expectations and enterprise, and to require accountability, respect and teamwork, although please don’t assume that other students, visitors and staff will necessarily agree with your point of view.

Please be open, patient, and kind.


If you need some help and support you can contact any member of the safeguarding team below, or email wecare@henleycol.ac.uk

Student Welfare are a friendly and approachable team who are located in D113. They are a key part of the College offering help and guidance to students on a wide range of issues including:

  • Careers Advice
  • Counselling
  • Finance
  • Higher Education Advice
  • Health Advice
  • Personal Problems

Student Welfare is dedicated to promoting and protecting the health and safety of our students.

Safeguarding Policy

Key Contacts

  • NHS Nurse - Claire Smith
  • Tutorial Programme Manager & DSL - Tracy Page
  • Transport & Bursary Administrator - Natalie Groves
  • Access Arrangements Co-ordinator - Chris Molloy
  • Specalist Assessor  -  Julia Green
  • Learning Support Coordinator - Shelley Jarvis
  • Careers Adviser and UCAS Coordinator - Julia Lock
  • Oxbridge Coordinator - Joanna Atkinson

We understand that there may be times when you would prefer to discuss confidential things with someone at College who isn’t a teacher or tutor. Your tutor may suggest that you talk to the College Counsellor, or you may decide for yourself to make an appointment.

During this challenging times, students should be aware that they can access The Mix, if they need to talk to someone outside of College about their problems, no matter how large or small.

Find out more about other Counselling and Support Helplines

The NHS and Oxfordshire County Council provide free drop-in clinics offering confidential advice and support to students. A qualified nurse also provides advice and support in relation to any health issues, three days a week.

Henley College Nurse