Dan plays an essential part of our Student Support Team, with his role focused primarily on supporting our residential students. Dan shares his thoughts on how important the Student Support Team is for all our students:
"Our Student Support Team is an integral part of the College. We all work closely together to ensure that all students are looked after - whether that's academically, socially, or from a well-being perspective. My role in the resident team is to make sure all students achieve their full potential and feel supported during their stay with us."
Tell us about your role as Residential Co-ordinator…
My role as the Residential Coordinator sees me overseeing the day to day running of the residence. This includes working closely with the residents to ensure that they are well taken care of and having a good time.
What’s your favourite bit about the job?
I love working with the students, no day is ever the same so there is never the opportunity to get bored.
Outside of work, do you have a favourite sport/team?
I love rugby and athletics, favourite team is Leicester Tigers! (I shouldn’t really admit to that in Moulton)
Do you have any hobbies outside of College?
I have recently become a dad so I don’t get a lot of free time, When I do, I enjoy walking my two dogs Lilly and Rosie and like to play video games.
Tell us your favourite quote or moto that you live by…
“Be kind to unkind people. They need it the most.”
If you could star in a movie, which movie and who would you be?
Thor Ragnarok – Thor, obviously
Do you have a favourite book?
Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban
What’s your favourite kind of music?
I mostly listen to Rock and Metal but I do know all of the words to Superbass by Nikki Minaj (Not sure why I am admitting to that)
What are you reading/listening to/watching at the moment?
Listening to - Don Broco,
Reading – Nothing currently,
Watching - The Last Dance on Netflix
Do you have a food heaven and food hell?
Food Heaven – Chocolate but only Cadbury or Galaxy
Food Hell – Fish
What advice would you give to a 16 year old you?
You don’t need to know exactly what you want to do when you grow up. In 17 years’ time you still won’t know exactly what you want to do and you definitely will not have grown up!
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