CollegeCommunication Specialist College A leading National Specialist College for those with communication needs. Where you develop your identity and feel you belong. Here at Doncaster we offer a great learning experience in a communication environment that is designed to meet your needs. READ MORE About UsAbout usMission, Values, EthosPoliciesOfstedProspectusContact UsMeet the TeamThe College ExperienceCollege facilitiesApplication processResidentialWork Experience and TransitionStudent councilEnrichmentStudent storiesGalleryCoursesCatering and HospitalityConstructionCustomer ServiceHairdressing and BeautyHealth, Education & Social StudiesHorticultureMedia and Office Technologies Including Business AdministrationMotor Vehicle EngineeringSign LanguageSkills for Life (English and Maths)Sports, Recreation and Leisure StudiesCollege admissionsParents zoneTerm datesNewslettersFAQsUseful InformationUseful LinksWork for usSupport Services Student council Each department within the College and each of the residences have a student representative, who is the voice of the students. These reps attend regular meetings with management to discuss issues in and around the College. They feedback to their peers and have a real impact on the decision-making involved in many aspects of College life. Subjects discussed at student council meetings include: Social activities What we like / what we would like to improve Ideas from our departments Planning events such as our college prom. If anything is troubling us, how we can make things better. The student council also invites speakers to talk about different subjects which they then share with their friends. The local Police Community Support Officer often comes to meetings to work on community projects and training. College Managers listen to what the student council have to say so everyone can work together to make College life as enjoyable as possible.