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FollowMe Printing

There is a new printing system in the LRC! Instead of choosing a specific printer, you should now select FollowMe. This will send your print job to a cloud, where it will be held for up to 24 hours or until you release it. To release a print job, you will need to swipe your ID card at one of the LRC printers (just like swiping an Oyster card). You can collect your card from the LRC counter to do this at any time but please bear in mind that, during busy periods, there may be a queue for the printers - please manage your time accordingly and be prepared to come back later if necessary. Print jobs will be held for 24 hours, so you can even send your job in the morning and print it off at the end of the day!

Things to note: you can release your print jobs at either of the two LRC printers but only Printer 2 will print in colour. After you select 'print', a confirmation box will pop up confirming how many print credits you'll be using - you need to click 'OK' before you can release your job. Your print credits will only be taken once you release your print job. You can still cancel your job(s) until then. All printing is double-sided by default - make sure you select 'single-sided' if this is your preference. If you require any assistance, please ask a member of the LRC staff or an IT technician.

Prison and Probation Services guest speaker

On Wednesday 6th May 2015 in Room 218 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm, there will be a guest speaker who works within the prison and probation services coming in and the following topics will be discussed: Control and punishment of crime; Offending; Institutional racism; the Brixton Riots. This is particularly useful for those studying Sociology and Politics, and those interested in studying CriminologySociologyLaw, or Politics at university.

There will be a Q&A session, so students must come prepared with questions to ask or issues they would like to address.

Please see Ms Carter in Room 209a for more details.

Year 12 Monday tutorial - 27th April

Next Monday's tutorial will focus on what students know about mental health. Students will be asked to fill in a questionnaire anonymously. The unnamed responses will be passed to Ms Kerry Brown, a former SFX student and fully qualified teacher, to provide data for a Master's degree research project on how much London students know about mental health issues and where help can be accessed.

 More information for students participating can be found here and information for parents can be found here.

SFX Student Council Presidential Elections

 
The voting process to elect the new Student Council President and Vice President will take place during tutorial on Monday 27th April. Good luck!

Maths and Science Careers Afternoon - Wednesday 24th June

The Maths and Science Careers Afternoon will this year be held on Wednesday 24th June. Attendance is compulsory for all maths and science students, and registers will be taken. To allow for this, Period 5 will be cancelled for all maths and science students on this day.

 All students must make their choices of which 4 talks of those on offer they wish to attend by Wednesday 3rd June. You can do this by following the online registration link sent to your college email account.

 

SFX Prom 2015

This year's SFX Prom will be held on Tuesday 30th June.

 Tickets will be on sale from the Finance window from Monday 20th April and the deadline for the 1st non-refundable deposit payment of £15 is Friday 24th April. The final deadline for all payments will be Friday 8th May.

LRC Food and Drink policy

Food and drink (other than bottled water) are not allowed in the LRC or LRC2 and you must leave any cold food and drink that you have with you at the front counter upon entering either of these spaces. Hot food is not permitted in the LRC at all. We understand that you need sustenance and are happy to hold your place for up to ten minutes while you step outside for a break but any student who is caught with food or drink at their PC or study desk will receive an incident report and be asked to leave for the rest of the day. Students who receive multiple incident reports face longer-term bans.

 Special attention is drawn to the Group Study Room, which has been left a mess of sweet wrappers, crisps, crumbs and fizzy drink spills on several occasions recently. Not only is this against the LRC’s Code of Conduct but it creates an unpleasant working environment for other students. Please work with the LRC staff to help us continue to provide the best possible environment for study.

New SFX student poetry anthology

 
The Spring 2015 SFX Poetry and Creative Writing Anthology is available to view or borrow NOW in the LRC!
 
It is also available electronically via the Creative Writing and Poetry Corner on Moodle. Or you can get a printed copy to keep from Ms Melville in Room 143 or 128 while stocks last.
 
To be in the Summer term magazine, email your short story, poetry, spoken word piece or lyrics to a.melville@sfx.ac.uk before the Summer half-term. Get published, get read!

SFX Equality & Diversity

 
For more specific points of contact, please refer to the table below:
 
 
 
The SFX Equality & Diversity poster can be viewed here.

LRC2 now open

The LRC2 is now open 5 days a week 8.30 am - 4.00 pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and 9.00 am - 4.00 pm Wednesday - Friday, in the old Common Room. All students are welcome to come and use this new study space, which includes laptops and study desks. You can also bring your own device and connect to the college wi-fi.

 IT support is now based in LRC2 - come in to see technicians Adele (Monday-Tuesday) and Atif (Wednesday-Friday).

We welcome your feedback as we roll out this exciting new resource.

The Chaplaincy

Check out the Chaplaincy site on Moodle by clicking here!
Sacred Space …”We invite you to make a ‘Sacred Space’ in your day and spend a few minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day”. Click here for today's prayer.

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