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Starting Higher Education, whether living away from home or travelling in, is an exciting adventure where you will meet life-long friends, learn new things and have a great time!
The Student Life Team head up a wide range of activities and student societies and clubs to ensure you have plenty to get involved in to get the best out of your university experience.
Representing all students, the Student Association (SA) acts as the ‘Student Voice’ from both an academic and social perspective, ensuring you get the best ‘Reaseheath Experience’.
The work the SA does has ensured a busy social life on campus, a good reputation in the local community and over £300,000 raised for charities. This led to the SA being nominated out of the whole of Cheshire for the Queen’s Award for volunteering.
The SA committee is open for all to join with most committee roles opening up at the beginning of the academic year. We really encourage first year students to get involved and share their ideas.
Each academic year our students select a charity to raise funds for through a range of activities such as socials, community events and much more! Our students rival most fundraising done by similar land-based establishments and even some large universities.
If you’d like to volunteer to help and get involved in some fundraising events contact any member of the Student Association Executive Committee, who will let you know where to be and when! You can also get in touch with the Student Life team via email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
This academic year we are delighted to be supporting Make A Wish UK.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Whether it’s starring in their own films, walking with dinosaurs, going on an amazing holiday, meeting a celebrity hero, or having a bedroom makeover; our wishes are varied, personal and life-changing. We go above and beyond to grant amazing wishes to very amazing children; their One True Wish made a reality at a time when they need it most. Because a child’s life shouldn’t be about illness, hospitals and diagnosis – it should be about wonder, joy and hope.
Activities and evening entertainment
The Student Life Team organise a lively programme of social events throughout the year including a range of sporting activities, society events and social clubs.
These activities can range from Zumba, archery, badminton, climbing, yoga and even boxing. There is also a lively nightlife to enjoy in our on-site bar with a range of themed nights being held such as foam, UV, music themes and other nights with live entertainment or a simple pub quiz or bingo!
In short there is always something going on whether you are a residential student or not. The team is always available to take on any other ideas you may have. We also have a state-of-the-art gym with Technogym equipment, Olympic lifting platform and weights area for you to use outside lessons for a small charge.
Sports Teams at Reaseheath
Reaseheath College has a number of sports teams that compete in the North West Association of College Sport (AoC Sport) Leagues as well as recreational teams who compete against other Land based colleges in the Northern Counties league as well as local universities and sports teams.
The men’s football team compete in the AoC Sport North West Category 3D league and play fixtures on a regular basis as well as entering cup competitions across the region. Weekly training sessions take place on a Friday 11:30-1pm and focuses not only on skill but developing the fitness of the students as well as their all-round knowledge of the game. In the 2016/17 season the team were semi-finalists in the National Cup competition.
The netball team competes in the AoC Sport North West B league as well as friendly matches against local clubs, colleges and universities. Training takes place on a Monday evening from 7-8pm and are led by a fully qualified coach. In the 2016-17 season the team won the Cheshire College Cup competition run by England Netball.
The recreational football team is for any residential student and also for those students over the age of 18 and they have the opportunity to train with the academy football teams as well as having training on a Monday evening from 5-6pm. The team play against other land based colleges as well as other local colleges, universities and teams. In the 2014/15 season the team won the Northern Counties league.
The women’s football team represent the college in the AoC Sport North West Category 3A 7–a- side league and play fixtures on a regular basis as well as entering cup competitions across the region. Weekly training sessions take place on a Friday 11:30 – 1pm with their home matches taking place at the Crewe Alexandra training facilities that are adjacent to the college.
The rugby team train on a Tuesday evening from 5-6pm on our 4G pitch and these sessions are led by Crewe and Nantwich Rugby Club’s first team players and coaches. The team play in the AoC Sport North West B league as well as against other local college’s and in national cup competitions. In the 2014/15 season the team won the Northern Counties league.
As well as entering competitive leagues the college also offers recreational sports throughout the year and other opportunities to participate in sport. Sports on offer range from Climbing and Badminton to Yoga and Clubbercise and these are offered during and after college. Click the link to take a look at what recreational sports are currently taking place at lunch time and in the evening.
Our Student Life Team are on hand to help and offer the opportunity to try new sports so if you have any questions about sport at Reaseheath please email email@example.com.
We have a large number of busy student-led clubs and societies on campus, but are always looking for more! Come and find the Student Life Team when you start your course if you want to start a new group!
Stay in touch
It might be your time to move on to pastures new, but that doesn’t mean you have to lose touch with us. We’d love to hear about how you’re getting on, and perhaps invite you back to share a story or two about the great things you’ll do after leaving Reaseheath. Stay connected to the College by joining our alumni network.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this website is correct, some details may be subject to change.