Welcome to SFX Moodle
Archives speaker - Friday 6th March
A speaker from the Black Cultural Archives
will be in college on Friday, 6th March during
lunchtime in Room
149 to speak to students who may be interested in
joining their Youth Forum.
The Youth Forum is a place to explore and
express Black heritage and culture in Britain and by joining
students have a great opportunity to gain knowledge of the Arts
and Heritage sectors; receive training in public speaking,
events management and researching; develop their creative
potential and take part in something that will look great on
CVs and in personal statements!
All students are welcome and
for more information you can visit the Black Cultural
Archives’ Youth Forum web page here.
February is LGBT History Month, a time to celebrate the
LGBT community and reflect on the struggle for equal rights and
Visit the LRC to access a wide
range of books, DVDs and other resources by or about LGBT
people. More information and support for lesbian, gay,
bisexual, trans, intersex and questioning young people (and
their friends) can be found at Young
Stonewall and its parent site, Stonewall or you can speak to one of the
college's staff or student representatives listed here.
You can also find out more about LGBT History Month, including
this year's theme ('reclaiming our past'), here.
LRC's 5 Book
There is still plenty of time to enter the LRC’s 5 Book
Challenge! Just by reading 5 books (or more!), you have the
chance of winning a Kindle Fire tablet. You can enter as many
times as you like, so the more books you read and the more
diaries you submit, the more chance you have of winning! All
books are eligible, be they novels, non-fiction, poetry, plays,
graphic novels, biographies… it all counts! You can collect
your diary from the front counter in the LRC, and additional
prizes will be awarded to those who read the most books - so
get stuck in!
The deadline for entries is
March, the last day of Spring term. The winner will
be announced following the Easter holidays. Happy
& Employment Fair
The next University & Employment Fair
will be held on 10th March. Come and meet London universities,
employers and training companies to get information on
university courses, jobs and apprenticeships.
For more details, visit the Careers office.
For more specific points of contact, please
refer to the table below:
The SFX Equality &
Diversity poster can be viewed here.
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
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 email@example.com before
the Spring half-term. Get published, get read!
…”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