Presentation on theme: "BULLETIN W/C 5 th May 2014. Exam Statements of Entry Please collect your statements of entry from the Exams Hatch ASAP! You will need to show your ID."— Presentation transcript:
Exam Statements of Entry Please collect your statements of entry from the Exams Hatch ASAP! You will need to show your ID & lanyard It is vital you collect your statement of entry and check your exam entries are correct
Progression onto next year If you are changing your study programme completely from: BTEC to AS/AS to BTEC Brand new AS subjects You MUST complete an ON-LINE application through the Brock website You MUST state Brock is your current school & your statement should focus on this year at Brock, plus why you want to make this change to your study programme You will interviewed to see if a place will be offered – based on your attendance and performance this year Deadline for these on-line applications: Friday 9 th May
Choosing your A2 Options All first year A level students - A standard A level programme consists of 4 AS courses, followed by 3 A2 subjects. In May all first year students will be asked to choose their 3 options for year two. Procedure : Log in to your student portal and click on A level progression Click the box for the three courses you wish to continue Click on save – you will be starting your new timetable when you return to college after study leave
IF You don’t know which three to choose You want to continue all four subjects Click on all four subjects. Your timetable after study leave will include all four subjects and we will discuss your final programme with you when you enrol after the results in the summer. IF You have changed your career plan so that your current courses are no longer suitable – you will need to submit a new on-line application before May 9 th. In re-applying you are not necessarily guaranteed a place and you will need a very good report from your current teachers. There are only two subjects you wish to continue. You will be able to add a new course to existing A levels this will be to AS level only. You will be required to complete your current third and/or fourth subject by working hard with your teachers and passing the summer exams. Click on the button that says: I am thinking of starting a new course at Brock or intending to leave at the end of the year. You must make an appointment to see your progress manager during Study Leave or before. Go to the admin office in Student Services asap to make an appointment.
WORK EXPERIENCE/INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY Would you like to add value to your employment or university applications? Develop your employability skills? Enhance your CV? Gain valuable references? An opportunity has arisen to gain valuable office experience within the Business Development team at Brock College. We are looking for two enthusiastic students to help improve our database and our Customer Relationship Management site. Primarily focussed on improving and updating our records, the successful candidate will get real experience of working within a small office as well as an opportunity to visit local businesses with a member of the Business Sales Development Team, a valuable networking opportunity. This will be an ongoing opportunity, so we are looking for people to help us within the summer half term, and again for x2 weeks slots throughout the summer holidays. Training will be given in: Business to business telephone calling Updating our database Creating new databases / contact list If you’d like to register your interest or find out a little bit more, please contact Jacquie Maguire at the Tuesday Drop in (12.30-2.30, upstairs Hard Brock) or email@example.com@brock.ac.uk
UCAS – Tracking! If you have not already done so, your UCAS Tracking page must be completed by choosing your Firm and Insurance offers. Your personalised Tracking deadline could be as early as 6 th May. If you miss your individual deadline shown on your Tracking page, all your offers will be declined by UCAS Please see your tutor if you need help
For information of upcoming open days at the universities that you wish to study at please go to: http://opendays.com/search/
Please remember that you can apply to the college Student Support Fund if one of the following applies to you; * You are aged 16-18, studying full time and have family income of less than £21,000 * Your family are suffering financial hardship * You are living independently Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ASK DEB! ROOM 7, TURORIAL CORRIDOR BREAK AND LUNCH TIMESstudentsupportfund@brock.ac.uk
Your leavers photo has been printed, if you wish to have one please come to Student Service’s to collect an envelope with order instructions on. The collection date is: 8 th May 2014 Please could you return the envelopes before 9.00am on the above date at Student Service’s, in order to collect your photo.
Monday 5 th May 11.00am – 2.00pm On the front lawn - Bank Holiday Tuesday 6 th May Healthy Bodies & Minds Stress Down Day Cancer/Meningitis Awareness When to see a GP/Optician Mental Health Awareness Get Help and Who to go to for Help College Counsellors Bereavement Counselling Wednesday 7 th May Healthy Leisure Stopping Smoking Alcohol/Drug Awareness Fitness Levels/BMI Explained Exercise & Sporting Activities Thursday 8 th May Healthy Eating Diet/Nutrition – Facts Healthy Eating/Meal Planning Dental Health Body Conscious – who to go to for Advice Friday 9 th May Healthy Relationships Safer Relationships Anti-Bullying Sexual Health Awareness Chlamydia Testing Condom Distribution For more information please contact Andrea Kennedy – Health and Safety Partner email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org All-Ways Healthy 2014
L2 CYQ Gym Instructor Course @ Brockenhurst College 14th July—25th July Monday—Friday (10 days) For Brock College students this course has been reduced to £450 (normal price £549) To book you place on the course please email; email@example.com Or contact Alan Steel (07961 079017) If you are wanting to progress onto the L3 Personal Trainer course at the College you need to complete this course as a pre-requisite.
BOKWA IS CONTINUING @ BROCK!! THURSDAYS 4.30PM – 5.30PM IN H16 ( THURSDAY – 8 th MAY) What Is Bokwa? Bokwa ® is a new and completely different approach to group exercise that is rapidly spreading across the globe. Bokwa ® participants draw letters and numbers with their feet while performing an energizing and addictive cardio workout routine. Moving together to today’s most popular music, participants of all ages draw the Bokwa ® L, 3, J, K and dozens of other steps!!
Your new Student Union President is … Jasmine Craig
For further information about upcoming events To find out about more events happening, please go to the student homepage and look under News and Events. Such as: Trinity Law Residential Wight Challenge 2014 Studying an A Level for one year Contraception Clinic Change Follow these links: My.Brock http://my.brock.ac.uk/Students/Pages/default.aspx E.Brock http://e.brock.ac.uk/
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