It is important that you continue to test 2x .

Test kits are available in block and .

Follow the Student Union on Instagram!

Dates for your diary:

13-17th December - last week of the autumn term: all lessons will take place online.

Friday the 17th December - lessons finish at 12pm

Year 2 & Level 2 Consultation Evenings

The booking system goes live on Monday 22nd November. Appointment slots of 10 minutes are available for all academic subjects and are available from 5pm - 8pm on Thursday 2nd December 2021. Instructions on how to book an appointment can be found here

Using e-scooters

4 facts and a lie!

1) The only place you can an e-scooter can be used is on private land.

2) E-scooters are classified as Personal Light Electric Vehicles (PLEVs), so they are treated as motor vehicles and subject to the same legal requirements.

3) E-scooters users ride are at least 2.5 times higher than cyclists

4) Sussex Police have the powers to seize vehicles if used illegally

5) A significant number of the casualties are due to the rider themselves losing control and spilling over, getting head injury. When falling off a scooter, the different centre of gravity compared to bike makes injuries especially had injuries less serious.

Email if you know which of the above statements is a lie.

Phil Soc Poster


Escape Studios Undergraduate Taster Day

Book now to visit the studios and test-drive the software used in Visual Effects, Game Art and Animation.

To read about Escape Studios click here

To book your place click here

Places still available for the Film and Animation portfolio bootcamp!

We still have places available on our film and animation-specific bootcamp, where students can build on work for their application over three sessions. It starts tomorrow (November 20) so you’ll need to be quick!

We’ll be covering story-boarding, animation, and filmmaking with Senior Lecturer Katarina Sengstaken. Sign up via this link: Film and Animation Portfolio Bootcamp: November 20 to December 4, 2021

UCA Live: How to apply to UCA

Our next UCA Live event takes place on Tuesday 7 December and is all about what students need to know about applying to university, including an open Q&A.

Your students can find out more here - UCA Live: How to apply to UCA

The UCA Creative Arts competition

Please encourage your art and design students to take a look and give it a go. Here’s why:

  • Win art materials vouchers worth £100, £50 and £25

  • Experience designing to a brief – just like at university and in the world of work

  • Create work that can be used in an application portfolio

Find out more about the Creative Arts competition:

Plumpton College Wine Brochure.pdf

University of East Anglia - HE Webinars & Taster Lectures

22 Nov: Linguistics - Exploring the link between language and power

23 Nov: Literature - Classical civilisation: The epics of Homer

24 Nov: Creative Writing - Script-writing workshop

30 Nov: Medicine and Healthcare - Top tips for a successful interview

01 Dec: Geography - Landscapes and systems

06 Dec: Chemistry - Studying proteins with spectroscopy

07 Dec: Literature - Dystopian literature

London South Bank University

Virtual Industry Q&As

Every Wednesday during term time, 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College is delighted to announce a programme of weekly

Virtual Industry Q&As delivered in partnership with LOOKOUT and funded by UniConnect.

The events are free to attend for people in our local community, to register

and receive the Zoom link please complete this form.

Weds 24 Nov

Nick Barnes Puppet Designer and Maker // @nickbarnespuppets

Nick Barnes is an innovative and experienced puppetry designer and maker who has been

working in theatre for over 25 years. He makes puppets in his workshop in Hove, in the south

east of England, for productions across the UK and abroad. Working with teams

of talented makers from across the country.

University of Portsmouth Open Days

Fantastic VODAFONE degree apprenticeship

On Wednesday 1st December from 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Vodafone’s big virtual kick-off event to showcase what the company is about and all of their fantastic degree apprenticeship opportunities!

They offer degree apprenticeships in a variety of business departments such as: Software Engineering, Network Engineering, Project Management, Human Resources, Data Analyst, IT Consultancy, Cyber Security & Sub-marine Management. Upon completing one of these Level 6 programmes you’ll also come out with a paid-for degree in the relevant field.

Registration link:

Job opportunities

Maximum number of per week should be 10hrs otherwise it will affect your at college!

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Please email the Careers team to book an appointment or if you have any enquiry email:


Group Study Area

We have been trialling this area in the library as a place where you can work together quietly. How do you like it so far? Too noisy or just right? We'll be asking for your feedback soon and then make a decision!

Sussex Library open to visitors

Sussex Library is welcoming back visitors, including students studying at local sixth forms and colleges who wish to use their collections to assist with their studies. To apply for a reference membership, fill out this form and follow the instructions.

New Criminology eBooks

Students can now access Criminology eBooks for relevant course content. For Book One, click here. For Book Two, click here.

NB: only 10 students can access an eBook at a time! If unable to access a copy please be patient and try again later.


The Romantics and Us with Simon Schama: Tribes
Simon Schama explores how the romantics created the secular cult of national belonging in their poetry, music and art. (PG)

Dick Cheney overcomes several challenges in life and becomes a powerful bureaucrat in Washington. Vice presidency to George W Bush allows him to reshape the world. (15)

Henry V

In the midst of the Hundred Years' War, the young King Henry V of England embarks on the conquest of France in 1415. (U)

Code of a killer - episode 1

The story of Sir Alec Jeffreys' discovery of DNA fingerprinting and its first use by DCS David Baker in catching a double murderer. (15)


The Vanishing Half
The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations
Criminology: A Very Short Introduction
Economics for IB Diploma
Criminology Book Two for the WJEC Level 3 Applied DiplomaeBook
Mathematics: Analysing and ApproacheseBook

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email on 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.

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