Groups need to fill out an event proposal form and risk assessment for all activities that they deliver. Check out this flowchart to get a good understanding of what you need to do in order to put on an event this term. 

  1. Read the Student Group Activity & Risk Assessment Guidance document before planning anything as this contains all information you need to know about putting on a covid-19 secure event from risk assessments, number caps and track and trace to cleaning kits and sharing equipment.  

  2. Read the government guidance that relates to your activity. This updates regularly so you need to make sure you check before planning each event. 

  3. If you’re wanting to book space on campus, read this Freshdesk article to check where is available to book and what you need to do.

  4. Fill out your risk assessment (template attached below) - There is some guidance on filling this out attached below. 

  5. Fill out your event proposal form, and attach your risk assessment. 


The event proposal form is also an opportunity to identify any areas where you would like support from the Student Opportunities team. This can range from arranging a venue, help with booking tickets, paying an invoice, getting equipment etc. There are loads of ways we can support you, so have a think and make sure to put it on the form. 


Please submit your event proposal and risk assessment at least 2 weeks’ before your event. We will not be able to approve any events submitted with less than 2 weeks notice. Your event will not be able to go ahead until you have received full approval from the Student Opportunities team. We’ll either email you with confirmation or ask for a few more details. (Guest Speakers need 4 weeks' notice as per the guest speaker policy).



If you are hiring a venue or your event requires entering into a contract with a third party provider then you must follow the steps outlined on this Freshdesk article