George Marshall's (Director of Student Engagement) Quote of the Week:

''It doesn't get easier, you get better''

Dates for your diary:

Spring Term ends on Friday 8 April

Summer Term starts on Monday 25 April


Thank you for your kindness and generosity helping the college with the collection for Ukraine. The site team dropped it on Saturday and had to take the college van to be able to get all the boxes in!

To donate money, suggested links are

Varndean Theatre Club Performance

Thursday 10th March at 6:30pm at the Electric Arcade (under the zipline on the seafront)

Varndean theatre club students have been taking part in an 'Audition Prep' club and have been working hard on monologues and duologues. For many it is their first time in front of a 'live studio audience' so your support would be greatly appreciated.

Book your ticket here!

Teach the Future

Teach the Future is a student-led volunteer organisation working to repurpose the education system for the climate emergency alongside the government in various ways to ensure all students have access to climate education to support them to contribute to a sustainable world.

They are giving students aged 13-26 the chance to volunteer with them. It is a fantastic way to build valuable skills, including effective online and in-person communication, initiative, teamwork, and creativity. A lot of work is done online, a safe, secure space supported by adult staff members from SOS-UK (Students Organising for Sustainability UK).

Volunteers will get experience in a broad range of areas - including political and stakeholder engagement (meeting with UK and nation-specific politicians), website development, blog and policy writing, comms and graphic design, and event planning, amongst other areas!

No experience is necessary, and volunteers will be given training.

Climate change will impact the lives of everyone, and Teach the Future is determined to ensure that through climate education, students will be able to develop knowledge of the climate crisis and the skills, values, and attributes necessary to make a difference.

For more information, contact

Young Carers Project is visiting college to celebrate the Young Carers Action Day!

on Tuesday 15th between 11:30-13:30. They will be in the canteen

YCAD poster-for-professionals.pdf

Writing Revision notes without actively engaging in them is NOT an effective way to study and revise

You cannot treat your revision notes like your social media and just scroll through!

SU Elections


  • Hustings: DELAYED, new dates will be announced soon!


  • Voting between Monday 14 March and Thursday 24 March

  • Results will be announced on Friday 25 March


2 x Presidents

Communications Officer

Graphic Design Officer

Charity and Events Officer

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Democracy Officer

Enrichment Officer

Environment Officer

Social Media Officer

Wellbeing Officer



Undecided about apprenticeships webinar

Tuesday 26th March at 5pm

A webinar for year 13's who are interested in learning more about apprenticeships as an alternative to university. An employer and current apprentice will help you understand how to find apprenticeship vacancies and give you tips on how to prepare a successful application

Healthcare application webinars

National Audit Office Apprenticeship Scheme

Student Finance Webinars

22nd and 24th March from 5-6pm

When to apply for student finance, how much you can claim, repayments and other tips will be covered!

Book your place here!

Russell Group Webinars

For information, click here

Sheffield Taster Sessions

For information on them, click here!

MedVetDent Online Work Experience

Information about the work experience here!

Dentistry Day - Saturday 5th March 2022 - info here

Medicine Day - Saturday 19th March 2022 - info here

Midwifery Day - Saturday 26th March 2022 - info here

University of Southampton Residential Opportunities

BTEC Health and Social Care

Parents' Insight Webinar for Apprenticeships

Brighton Uni Subject Explorers

Unifrog Save the Planet Week

The first Unifrog Save the Planet Week is coming up on 21 March! It's aim is to arm students with the tools to become leaders in the fight against climate change and to do this, we'll be running:

  • A series of after-school student webinars on topics such as rewilding, being an environmental activist, sustainable food and fashion and how to choose sustainable university courses and careers

Click here for more info

  • An inter-school competition, judged by an expert panel, that gets students to create a project plan to make real environmental change in their community, while developing teamwork and planning skills.

More info here

  • Language Taster: Beginners' Mandarin 16 March 2022, 16:00 - 17:00

  • Psychology: Why we see things as they aren't 16 March 2022, 16:30 - 17:30

  • How to choose a course at university 17 March 2022, 16:30 - 17:15

  • Pop Politics: Kiss don't tell - Dating in of ethnic conflict 23 March 2022, 17:00 - 18:00

  • Geography & Environment: Measuring the meltdown 24 March 2022, 17:00 - 18:00

  • History: Easter Interrupted - of calendar custom 29 March 2022, 16:30 - 17:30

  • UK Student Finance: What's available and how to apply 07 April 2022, 10:30 - 11:15


PwC Insight Week

If you’re interested in a career in Business, Accounting or Technology, you won't want to miss the next PwC virtual event!

Thursday 3rd March from 5-6pm - PwC's introductory work experience session

They will take you through their upcoming summer work experience opportunities within the UK, and talk about how to make your application stand out to secure your place.

Applications close in mid-March, so start getting yours ready now!

Click here to sign up!

Fusion Lifestyle Job Opportunity

Fusion Lifestyle are the operators of the Saltdean Lido in Brighton and are looking for seasonal staff. They provide full training for free. The NPLQ lifeguard course is a great qualification and helps students with personal statements and also a portable skill that they can take with them to University.

Clifford Chance Law Work Experience - For Year 12 Students

Clifford Chance's next virtual insight event will cover the ins and outs of one of the world's most well-renowned legal firms, as well as sharing information on their upcoming work experience program.

Thursday 3rd March 5-6pm

Clifford Chance - one of the most prestigious law firms in the world, operating on a huge international scale with more than 3000 lawyers working across 34 offices in 23 different countries.

You must meet some eligibility criteria, sign up here!

Job opportunities

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

VOTS 28-2-2022.doc

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



This year the IWD theme is #BreakTheBias

Imagine a gender equal world

A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discriminationA world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusiveA world where difference is valued and celebratedTogether we can forge women's equalityCollectively we can all #BreakTheBias

Come and see our library display celebrating IWD this week!


Massolit is an online resource showing video lectures from leading academics. We have a two week trial (until 17 March) for Chemistry and Physics. In addition we have permanent subscriptions to the following subject areas: Classics, English Literature, History, Philosophy, Psychology and Government & Politics. Find a link to Massolit on the 'Online Resources' page of the library website - you will need to set up your own account (please make sure you use your college email for this). Ask a member of the library team if you need any help setting up an account or accessing content.


Loving Vincent
A young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating his final days there. (12A)

Sorry We Missed You

A hard-up delivery driver and his wife struggling to raise a family end up trapped in a vicious circle of modern-day labour exploitation. (15)

Yorkshire Ripper: the secret murders - episode 1

Examining the police investigation into the crimes of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, known as the Yorkshire Ripper. (PG)

Louis Theroux's Forbidden America: extreme and online

Louis Theroux meets the young and highly inflammatory figures of the latest incarnation of the American far right: a movement born out of the internet. (PG)


Goneby Michael GrantReading for pleasure
How To Be An Antiracistby Ibram X. KendiNon-fiction
A Million Little Piecesby James FreyNon-fiction
Plato: The republic, Charmides, Meno, Gorgias, Parmenides, Symposium, Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, PhaedoeBook
Everyday Economics: a user's guide to a modern economyeBook

Mastering Modern United States HistoryeBook

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