Thank you for wearing mask.
Please continue to test regularly.
Dates for your diary:
w/c 31st January: Exam Practice Week (Year 2 & Level 2)
w/c 14th January: Half term
George Marshall's (Director of Student Engagement) Quote of the Week:
FOCUS ON THE STEP IN FRONT OF YOU,
NOT ON THE WHOLE STAIRCASE.
...in Tutorials this week:
Health Check Week
HE: Replying to offers
Revision Tip of the Week!
Spacing is another good revision technique that you can employ. This involves you learning a little information regularly, rather than trying to learn a lot in a single day. Recent research has found that the use of spacing resulted in a 10% to 30% difference in final test results compared to students who did lots of cramming. Spacing out you revision gives you enough time to forget previously learnt information, meaning that when this information is re-visited and re-learnt it is more likely to be transferred to you long-term memory.
The Clothes Swap will take place in the Tutorial block
on Tuesday 25th and Thursday 27th at lunch break
You can buy a strip of raffle tickets for £1 which give you five tokens to trade for items.
You will need to bring your cash to buy an entry ticket at the door.
All proceeds raised will go to AGE UK
GRAB YOURSELF A BARGAIN!
Do you love learning? Have you thought about studying at a top university?
If you have ambitions to study in a top university, and have already been academically successful then come along to the first meeting of Aspire. We will be offering support and information to students who have the ability to flourish on academically challenging undergraduate courses. Forget the stereotypes, come along and find out more.
Meeting 27th January @ 12.10pm in room 48
The Photography Movement - Show and Tell Exhibition
Students respond to a business challenge using the medium of photography to express how they are feeling. With the chance to have their photograph included in a national billboard campaign, this is a very good opportunity for them to add to their portfolios and refine their skills. You can find further details HERE.
The deadline is now February 24th.
POST COLLEGE INFO
Search and apply here for opportunities to work and study!
Maximum number of per week should be 10hrs otherwise it will affect your at college!
Please email the Careers team to book an appointment or if you have any enquiry email: email@example.com
Look out for posters in your classrooms showing all the great revision resources we have in the library and online to help you prepare for exams. Search the collection for your subject areas or ask the library team for more information.
NEW ON CLICKVIEW
Thomas Hardy's Poetry (In Our Time podcast)
Radio discussion programme in which Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Thomas Hardy (1840 -1928) and his commitment to poetry, which he prized far above his novels. (E)
The Sisters Brothers
Eli and Charlie Sisters, an infamous duo of gunslinging assassins, chase a gold prospector and his unexpected ally in 1850s Oregon. (15)
Sarah seems to have found her calling working in a Liverpool care home where she has a special talent for connecting with the residents. Then, in March 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic hits. (15)
Van Gogh: Life and Art (Art on the BBC)
Art historian Kate Bryan explores the BBC archives to create a television history of a man who has become the embodiment of the 'tortured artist', Vincent Van Gogh. (PG)
NEW BOOKS & eBOOKS
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org 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.