Advice and guidance for academic staff who are personal tutors.
Personal Tutoring Guidance
Key information and resources to support personal tutors.
Joel Staley, Deputy Director in Student Support, provides advice, guidance and tips for supporting students as part of the Personal Tutor/tutee relationship.
Find out what student support staff training is available and how to access it.
A quick guide for Personal Tutors explaining how to use and record Student Notes in the SAMIS system.
This document was created by the Professional Boundaries Working Group (PBWG) to set expectations for Personal Tutors & Tutees.
This Quality Assurance (QA) Code of Practice statement details the principles of the University’s Personal Tutorial System.
This guidance has been developed by the Professional Boundaries Working Group to help academic staff develop and maintain professional boundaries with students
This policy is in relation to the admission and support we offer for students under the age of 18.
Guidance for staff about protecting student confidentiality while responding sensitively to the concerns of parents, carers and other third parties.
Understand the process for obtaining and providing references for existing or former staff and students
Read the guidance to understand what you should include when asked to provide a reference for someone.
Senior Tutors developed these resources as a guide to check-in points between personal tutors and tutees, suggest helpful topics, and provide top tips.
An experienced Senior Tutor has recorded two short podcasts to help guide Personal Tutors through those initial and ongoing meetings with tutees.
Additional internal and external resources to help you succeed in your role as a Personal Tutor. Includes suggestions for videos, web, books and other content.
On this page you can find links to the support provided by the University and the SU and also to external support organisations.
Advice for staff on how to respond to students in distress and how to get support from other teams within the University.
A factsheet with guidance for staff on supporting students who are care leavers, estranged from their family, refugees, young adult carers or who are under 18.
Welcome to the page, where you can gain more information on the process of Support and Report.
Guidance for staff on how to support disabled students and where to find information.
Information and advice if you are a student and have children.
Student leaders in the SU support their peers with emotional and academic challenges as they transition to life and study at Bath.
Senior Tutors coordinate the Personal Tutor system. They act as a point of communication between academic units and central support services.
Directors of Studies (DoS) & Directors of Teaching (DoTs) are responsible for the strategic and operational management of taught programmes within Departments.
You can use these resources to help you support students and enable them to succeed and develop resilience.
The SU's professional advisors offer confidential, independent and non-judgemental information, advice and support
Training and support to help you get started in a new role, develop your career, use University systems, manage people, and stay safe at work.