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Over the Easter break, the Learning Centre team has made some essential improvements to the layout of the Learning Centre.
We have changed the location of the AV room and the Silent Study room to ensure that all learners can study in an environment that suits them.
Come along and check it out!
One Born Every Minute – Series 5
Shop Secrets: Tricks of the Trade - Programme revealing the tricks and scams used to make us spend money.
15,000 Kids and Counting - This series has unparalleled access to the entire adoption process, from social workers to birth parents and adopters.
Tonight: Britain's Young Drinkers - Documentary exploring the effects of binge drinking on young peoples health.
How to Get a Council House - Programme exploring how councils cope with a lack of properties and a surplus of people in need of homes with affordable rent.
Music Nation - Profile of the history of British music scenes
Invasion of the Job Snatchers - Programme following a group of young people given work experience with the chance of a permanent position.
The Stone Roses: Made of Stone - Acclaimed filmmaker Shane Meadows (This Is England) documents the legendary 1990’s indie band’s recent reformation.
The Trap – What Happened to Our Freedom - Adam Curtis, documentary exploring the origins of our contemporary, narrow idea of freedom.
Teacher’s vs Government: Seventy Years of Education Policy – (BBC Radio 4) - Roy Blatchford, a
Southampton City Council’s Arts and Heritage team is now taking registrations to become an Arts and Heritage events volunteer.
SeaCity Museum, Tudor House and Garden and Southampton City Art Gallery run a wide range of exciting events throughout the year, from family fun days to new exhibition private views. Volunteers are key in making these events a success and we are looking for some more help!
This is an excellent opportunity to see how events at our museums and gallery are run and gain customer service experience and improve your interpersonal skills. We are looking for people who are confident and enthusiastic with an interest in their local history and culture. Volunteers will need to be comfortable actively engaging with visitors and providing a warm and friendly welcome to our venues.
For more information please contact Leon Buteux, Employability Adviser on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02380 577 279
If you are a Level 3, Year 1 student, why not come to one of our workshops between Monday 14th and Friday 25th July 2014 from 11.00am to 13.00pm in the Futures Shop. You will have the opportunity to register on the UCAS application system and get support with how to write your personal statement. The Higher Education team are also available to guide you on how to search for your university courses and understand more about student finance.
If you have any further queries, please contact your Higher Education Advisor, Sarah Birbeck on either 07827 885047 or email@example.com
From 1st April more 2 year old children will be able to access a Free Early Years place. If you have a 2 year old (or a child coming up to 2) and receive certain benefits or meet other criteria, you could be eligible for up to 15 hours in any week (maximum 570 hours for a full year) of Early Education for your child. New eligibility criteria have been added including -
“Families that receive Working Tax Credits and have annual earnings of no more than £16,190”.
To find the full list of eligibility criteria and to find out more about Early Years places please visit:
The Southampton City Council website www.southampton.gov.uk/2yearfunding.
Your local Sure Start Children’s Centre can also assist and link you into other family support www.youngsouthampton.org/surestart
The Children and Young People’s Information Service (CYPIS) can assist in finding places and provide support with the application process:
Telephone number: 0800 169 8833 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to run in the Summer term Learner Voice Elections please email your campaign poster to email@example.com by Friday 4th April or speak to Paul Watson in the Student Union