14. December 2020
HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR!
Spring term starts on Mon 4th January
Wellbeing Ways for Winter Time
Tutorials are changing in the new year!!
GROUP SESSIONS (in online week) AND 1:1 WEEKS (face-to-face or online)
There will be group sessions in online week and you will be expected to join the session in the same way you join your other lessons in your online week.
In your face-to-face week, there will be 1:1s ONLY. This means that if you don't have a 1:1, there WON'T BE a tutorial task set and you will only be expected to attend your 1:1 if arranged for you. Expect to have one 1:1 in a term.
If you have any questions, please email your personal tutor.
NO CLUBS AND SOCIETIES This Week
A space to meet new people online and in classroom. A space to learn and be supported.
SPORT at Varndean
NO SPORT THIS WEEK
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL THE SPORTS DEPARTMENT!
WELLBEING & WELFARE
As the final week of term is an online study week for all students, the library will be closed. You can still contact the library team however, if you have any questions - email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org. Wishing you all a very well deserved and relaxing holiday and we'll see you next term!
NEW EBOOKS THIS WEEK
CHRISTMAS ON CLICKVIEW
What will you be watching over the holidays? Have you got a favourite Christmas film you would like us to add to our playlist on ClickView? Email us on email@example.com and let us know...
Have you been watching The Queen's Gambit and are now hooked on chess? Well the good news is in the new year the library will have its very own chess set for you to play when you're in the library. Not only is chess a great game and fun to play, but it can also help develop memory, concentration, creativity and problem solving skills!
NEW ON CLICKVIEW THIS WEEK
Grayson's Art Club: The Exhibition
Earlier this year, Grayson Perry brought the nation together through art. In this celebratory special, Grayson visits the Manchester gallery showing artworks from the series.
Small Axe: Alex Wheatle
The true story of award-winning writer Alex Wheatle. Having spent his childhood in care, he finally finds a sense of community in Brixton where he develops a passion for music and DJing.
Neil Baldwin, is considered to have learning difficulties but he has an appetite for life. This is a feel-good film that feels good, through the sheer force of Baldwin s own optimistic personality.
Anton Ferdinand: Football, Racism and Me
Former professional footballer Anton Ferdinand explores the issue of racial abuse in the game from a personal perspective, and how to address the problem of racism in the game today.
1-1 RESEARCH SESSIONS
If you would like some help with research for your EPQ dissertation or any other project, why not book a one to one session with one of our subject librarians? We can help you choose the best resources for your research. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange one.