Enter the LRC Valentine's Day
Poetry Competition for your chance to win!
2nd Prize:£25 shopping voucher
3rd Prize:box of chocolates.
Poems can be
as long or as short as you like, but they must be submitted by
12.00 noon on
Wednesday 11th February.
The LRC2 is now open 5 days a
week, 9.00 am - 4.00 pm, 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.
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
Need help with Sociology? Come along to our
weekly Sociology workshop, where an ex-SFX Sociology A-grade
student will be on hand to provide support with Sociology
knowledge, essay-writing skills and study
When: every Wednesday from 1.00 pm to
Enter the divergent world of Poetopia - you will take a personality quiz
to sort you into the faction which will determine the poem you
write and the prize you will receive. All poems will be printed
in the competition anthology and the college anthology, if you
wish, too. (The competition is based on Divergent - you can borrow the novels and
film from the LRC.)
The closing date for entries is 13th
For more information, see Ms
Melville in room 128 or 143 at lunch, break or after
For more specific points of contact, please
refer to the table below:
The SFX Equality &
Diversity poster can be viewed here.
The LRC's 5
The 5 Book Challenge is your opportunity to
win a Kindle Fire tablet, just by reading five books (or more!)
over the course of this year. Pick up a reading diary from the
LRC front counter and, each time you read a book, write down
the details along with a short review (two or three lines) and
bring your diary to the LRC to be stamped. Once you have read
five books, return the diary to the LRC to enter the draw. You
can enter as many times as you like.
Anyone who enters will be eligible to win
the Kindle Fire. We'll also be awarding additional prizes to
those who submit the highest number of completed reading
diaries, so get reading! All books are fair game - you can read
novels, non-fiction, poetry, graphic novels, biographies or
short stories. The most important thing is that you enjoy the
If you'd like some help choosing a book or if you have
any questions about the competition, please speak to Danielle
in the LRC.
student poetry anthology
The Autumn 2014 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 Spring term
magazine, email your short story, poetry, spoken word piece
or lyrics to firstname.lastname@example.org before
the Spring half-term. Get published, get read!
Christopher Tower Poetry Competition
Students have the opportunity to win up to
£3000 in the National Christopher Tower Poetry
Simply write a poem on the theme of cells,
and all entries should be no longer than 48 lines. You must be
16-18 to enter, and the closing date is Friday 20th February
See Ms Melville in 128/143 or email email@example.com with your poem for entry
details. Good luck!
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