What is Playing Your Part?
A campaign running in the first term to encourage everyone in our Royal Holloway community to play their part in the time of coronavirus.
What are the aims?
- Highlight the importance of following pre-existing guidance issued by the government and Surrey County Council
- Reinforce a sense of community and respecting others
- Highlight the measures the College has put in place to keep our community safe
Playing Your Part Toolkit
To enable schools and departments to create your own Playing Your Part content, we have gathered together the resources below. By using the below, it will enable you to demonstrate how your school/department is playing their part, by highlighting the changes that have been implemented to keep our community safe.
- We have created text for a Playing Your Part email footer that can be used by all staff across the College, but particularly those who regularly communicate with students via email.
- If you would like to use the email footer, please copy and paste the text below underneath your email signature. Please ensure that the font is Corbel, size 11, black and left aligned.
- Alternatively, you can add the Playing Your Part graphic below to your email footer. Download the graphic here.
Play Your Part to help keep our community safe
Download the Playing Your Part graphic here.
- In introductory lectures and seminars, please take a few minutes to introduce the campaign to your students. We have created a PowerPoint slide that highlights Hands, Face, Space messaging and signposts to the campaign on the intranet.
- Download the PowerPoint slide here.
- We are encouraging students and staff to share what 'Playing Your Part' means to them, either through a short video and/or a photo and a short quote. Please encourage students and colleagues to get involved using the guidance below. Anyone filming themselves needs to complete a filming consent form, please attach this when you send your footage to email@example.com.
- The video clip should be no longer than 20 seconds
- Filmed landscape and can be done using a phone or by recording yourself on MS Teams. Please ensure that background noise is kept to a minimum
- ‘To me, playing your part means XXX’ e.g. wearing a face covering when it’s appropriate to do so
- Further information about filming yourself can be found here.
Quote and a photo: