Dates for your diary:
Spring Term ends on Friday 8 April
Summer Term starts on Monday 25 April
...in Tutorials this week:
Planning for Future
HE: Student Life
DE: Job Interviews TALKs
Hustings! Come to meet the candidates:
Monday 21st at 12.05pm in room 107
Voting between Monday 21 March and Thursday 24 March
Results will be announced on Friday 25 March
Citizens UK: Living Wage Action ‘Tea Party’ on Parliament Square
On Wednesday the 30th March they will gather in London, with the aim to engage as many MPs in parliament as possible in discussing pay and seeking their commitment to ensure England’s care workers get the Real Living Wage.
You will all gather at Parliament Square 1-2pm for a Tea Party to Celebrate Health and Social Care Workers.
Following the Tea Party everyone will gather at an Assembly nearby 2.30-3.30pm (venue TBC) This will give everyone a chance to hear from health and social care workers and others about why this is important. We will also be talking about what we will be doing with the campaign when we return home.
The event will finish at 3.30 with an evaluation and people leaving between 3.30-4pm depending on the length of journeys home.
A coach is being organised (pick up points near Brighton Train Station or outside of Cardinal Newman TBC ) to arrive in time for the Tea Party.
This is not a protest; rather, it’s a celebration of what’s already been achieved in terms of our national Living Wage work in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland!
If you would like to take part, please email George Marshall firstname.lastname@example.org
Spotlight Legal Week
Wednesday 23th March :
Room 58 13.00pm - 14.00pm (50 places) Please make sure you book a place by emailing email@example.com
Interested in Law?
Join a Law in Action workshop.
Law in action
An introduction into the key roles within the law with an emphasis on those that deal with criminal justice. Develop knowledge in witness interviewing, investigation and critical analysis.
14.15pm to 15.15pm
Room 58 (50 places)
21st century policing
How do I make a lawful arrest? What’s my role at a crime scene? We delve into modern day policing hot topics from cybercrime to criminal psychology with true crime case studies challenging students to employ the skills of evidence based policing.
Thursday 24th March
Room 101 - 12.15 - 12.45pm
'From Varndean Sixth Form to International Law firm'
An Ex Varndean student explains how she has secured a very sought after training contract, and top tips for university.
Maximum number of per week should be 10hrs otherwise it will affect your at college!
Pioneer Childcare Vacancies
There are vacancies in the Burgess Hill settings!
Click here to have a look!
Please email the Careers team to book an appointment or if you have any enquiry email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's that time of year again! Over the next few weeks we are running our library annual student survey. We always appreciate your feedback about our services, and it would be really helpful if you could complete the short 5 min survey below to let us know how we're doing. Thank you!
LIBRARY OPENING HOURS THIS WEEK
We are sorry for any inconvenience, but due to staff shortages, the library will be closing earlier at 6pm this week on Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 March.
NEW ON CLICKVIEW
A group of women hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London. (12A)
Astronaut, forest-keeper, cartoonist. Young Rakel has a whole lot of other plans than becoming a mother. She would rather party or get drunk instead of sitting hours on the toilet. But she can't ignore it. Is it her or the baby? (15)
Pain and Glory
A film director reflects on the choices he's made in life as the past and present come crashing down around him. (15)
Moral Maze - Refugees and Borders
This radio programme features debate examining British attitudes to borders and refugees in light of the Nationality and Borders Bill and popular support for welcoming Ukrainian refugees into the UK. (E)
NEW BOOKS & eBOOKS
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email on email@example.com and we will do all we can to help. Visit the library website for further information and everything you need to know about using the library.