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6 October 2020   - Rose
Saturday 10th October is #WorldMentalHealthDay and this year it is more important than ever to prioritise your mental wellbeing. Here are a few simple ideas of thing you can do to help look after your own mental health that can ...
8 September 2020   - Sarah
I still can’t believe that I’ve finished University and now I’m out in the real working world. No more late starts or full on study days in the library (sounds strange, but I’ll miss it!). Three ...
12 August 2020   - Jack
A Level results day can be nerve-racking for parents and carers as well as students. Try your best to ignore the headlines around this year’s results day. What matters tomorrow is your young person’s grades and the university ...
3 August 2020   - Sarah
A Level results day is next week, and I can imagine it’s on some of your minds quite a bit. Will you get into your first choice uni? Did using predicted grades make a difference? In all of these ...
14 July 2020   - Rose
During these strange and unusual times, a lot of us have turned to technology to help cope and distract us from the outside world. Technology has provided a lot of connection and entertainment during lockdown, however it is also important ...
6 July 2020   - Sarah
As we get closer to Results Day, it’s becoming more likely that it will be a little different to previous years. A-Level and GCSE students haven’t sat physical exams this year and many open days have been moved ...
29 June 2020   - Sarah
Having finished my final assignments and waiting for my last grades to come through, I’ve got myself a great new job working with young people at the YMCA. I can already see how university prepared me for my next ...
25 June 2020   - Sarah
The Students' Union elections were held 9-13 March and on the Friday, we gathered round to hear the results. It was great to see how many students voted to choose the next leaders of the Students' Union and what a ...
24 June 2020   - Sarah
Have you ever done something for someone else and felt really good about it? Seeing the appreciation and thankfulness on their face is enough to make us smile and feel that, yes, we’ve done something to help someone else. ...

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