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Draw the line campaign

Each year, St George’s runs sexual consent and bystander training for new students. This is part of our wider 'George's Draw the Line' campaign, to promote a positive, respectful, St George's community.

Our Draw the Line workshops are designed to raise awareness of sexual violence and harassment in higher education and begin an important dialogue about community standards here at St George’s. They’re also an important opportunity to discuss how we can best support each other. 

It’s everyone’s responsibility to help draw the line.

Incoming students will be sent training materials prior to the start of their programme. 

Become a Peer Consent Tutor

Join our Peer Consent Tutor scheme and become a catalyst for change on campus. As a Peer Consent Tutor, you'll play a vital role in promoting healthy relationships and fostering a culture of respect and consent.


  • Make a Difference: Empower your peers to navigate relationships with respect and understanding.
  • Flexible Hours: Work around your schedule with part-time hours.
  • Earn £16.25 per Hour: Get paid for making a positive impact.


  • Enthusiasm for promoting consent and healthy relationships.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Willingness to engage in ongoing training.

If you’re a continuing student and would be interested in being a Peer Tutor for the new academic year, please complete this MS Form and we'll be in touch shortly.

Applications closing date: 16 June 2024

All applications will be responded to. There will be a mandatory in-person training near the end of June for all successful applicants, the training will last 2 hours, is unpaid and there will be a selection of dates to choose from.

Consent Peer Tutor date: 31 August 2024 and 26 September 2024

For more information contact the Student Life Centre.

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