These can be found on the SU's FAQ guide. Staff and students should check Moodle, the Intranet and their College email accounts regularly and audiences should visit the RNCM website and social media channels for further updates. T: 0161 907 5200 F: 0161 273 7611 E: info@rncm.ac.uk. If something happens that affects your ability to complete an assignment or sit an exam, or if you have a longer-standing injury or condition that means you won't be able to do your best, you can submit an Extenuating Circumstances application through Moodle. Life is full of unexpected surprises, unfortunately not all of them good. Life is full of unexpected surprises, unfortunately not all of them good. Here you can find all handbooks relating to your course, module information, principal study - if it relates to the RNCM, it's probably on here somewhere! Student life is full of twists and turns, and things will always get a little rocky at times.

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EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES. Manchester International Roots Orchestra (MIRO) weave together a unique range of musical influences from across the globe with musicians from a diverse range of backgrounds. Hop up to the RNCM Policies section of this page to read the college's policies on academic malpractice. RNCM Staff and Students should log in by clicking the button on the right and then entering their email address and college password. We've put together a selection of handy links for any stage of the student journey.

You can send her an email at any time on jane.gray@rncm.ac.uk or call on 0161 907 5219 / Ex.

Click here to read this institution's latest review report. Returning Students - You will need your RNCM Username and Password to login. If you are using a smartphone or tablet, please use our ASIMUT Mobile site. We have a wide-ranging support network designed to help you get back on your feet. She can be found in the Registry Office and offers an open door drop-in policy from Monday-Friday, 9:30-12:30 and 14:00-16:00.

The counselling service is free and confidential - drop them an email on, The college has four mental health first aiders, who are trained to spot the early signs of a mental health issue, how to provide initial help and how to guide a person towards appropriate treatment and other sources of supportive help.

If you'd rather speak to someone outside of the RNCM, you can contact jane.gray@rncm.ac.uk who will be able to arrange for you to speak to someone at the Chaplaincy or in Greater Manchester. As well as an amazing cafe, they offer a range of mindful activities including colouring and beekeeping. 124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD.


We aim to make sure all our students are aware of the importance of respecting personal boundaries and the serious consequences if crossing these boundaries, as well as supporting any students struggling. Ensure you answer all the questions as specified.

New Students - Your RNCM username and Password were included in the invitation email. Reaching out for help does in no way affect your performance opportunities, principal study or the way people view you.

St Peter's provides chaplaincy to all the universities in Manchester.
She can be found in the Registry Office and offers an open door drop-in policy from Monday-Friday, 9:30-12:30 and 14:00-16:00. Your welfare is at the heart of everything the SU does. Read all the instructions at the top of each section carefully.

Student life is full of twists and turns, and things will always get a little rocky at times. You can send her an email at any time on, The college has three counsellors, Bryan Fox, Claire Donoghue and newly appointed Chaden AlSaadi.

Mobile phones are not able to render the full size screen. The RNCM's Student Wellbeing Advisor is Jane Gray.

Mental health issues affect an increasing number of students and the RNCM SU strongly advise you to reach out if you or a friend are struggling.

These are Jane Gray (jane.gray@rncm.ac.uk), John Habron (john.habron@rncm.ac.uk), Dominic Wood (dominic.wood@rncm.ac.uk) and Emily Mason (emily.mason@rncm.ac.uk).

All of us will be happy to offer the best advice we can, signpost you to better support if necessary, or just be an ear to listen. These are reviewed anonymously by a pane.

These are the policies you're most likely to need during your time at the RNCM. These guys will be able to give advice and support on a whole range of issues. Here you can find all handbooks relating to your course, module information, principal study - if it relates to the RNCM, it's probably on here somewhere! These are reviewed anonymously by a panel. Even when things seem dark, help is often only a click away.

Even when things seem dark, help is often only a click away. From September 21, you will be able to access your personal timetable of activities on our timetabling system ASIMUT . There's a network in place of people responsible for Academic Study.

Bryan and Claire both work daytime, and Chaden works evenings so you should be able to find a time to suit you speedily!