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UCAS 2016

Attention all UCAS 2016 applicants! Need help with degree or university choices or writing your personal statement? See the Careers office in room 161.

Psychology workshop

Psychology workshops will be held every Wednesday from 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm in room 214.

The sessions will be led by a university undergraduate in psychology and can offer you one-to-one support, additional resources and help with revision.

AS Sociology trip

Attention all AS Sociology students! There will be a trip to the V&A Museum of Childhood on Wednesday, 25th November, 1.00 - 4.00 pm.

If you would like to attend, please pay £3 to Finance and collect your information letter. Only 12 places are available, on a first come, first served basis. If you have any enquiries, please see Ms Samadi in room 211.

The V&A Museum of Childhood houses the UK’s national collection of childhood objects, ranging in date from the 1600s to the present day. As well as toys, dolls, dolls’ houses, games and puzzles, the Museum also has a wealth of objects relating to many other aspects of childhood, including home and childcare, play and learning, clothing, representations of childhood, archival collections and ephemera. Together, these objects allow us an insight into how different children might have lived, thought and felt, through the objects they were surrounded by throughout their childhood.

Bursary office opening hours

The bursary office (in room 244) will be open at the following times this week:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 10.40 am - 12.55 pm and 1.45 pm - 3.00 pm
Wednesday: 12.55 pm  - 3.00 pm
Thursday: 10.40 am - 12.55 pm
Friday: 9.30 am - 12.55 pm

(Closed during break, registration and lunch. Only 10 people in the queue at once, please. Students should only come during their free lessons.)

The LRC's 5 Book Challenge

Have you read any good books lately? If so, write them in your reading diary (available from the LRC front counter) and take part in the 5 Book Challenge!

Once you've read 5 books, take your completed diary back to the LRC (you can pick up another - enter as many times as you like) and enter the draw to win a Kindle Fire tablet or a Waterstone's voucher.

Reading for pleasure can improve your vocabulary and grammar, increase your general knowledge, help you combat stress, develop empathy and explore new ideas and places you might never otherwise encounter. (See this 2012 study.) We won't judge what you read and the LRC staff can help you pick out a book if you're not sure what to read next - with nearly 30,000 books on our shelves, we're bound to have something to interest you and if not, you can always make a request.

Happy reading!

Printing in the LRC

Before you hit 'print', double-check which printer you're sending your work to! The LRC's printing system is called FollowMeQueue

You won't be charged until you release your document at the printers. Just collect your ID card from the counter, swipe it at the printer like an Oyster card (there's a sign to show you where) and follow the instructions on the screen.

For a simple breakdown of the printing instructions, click here.

Science Book Review

Science students - don't forget the Science Book Review! All science students must get involved. For reading suggestions, check out this list or ask the LRC staff for help.

You can find more information about the book review competition and a place to upload your work here.

SFX Equality & Diversity

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

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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