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BULLETIN W/C 9 th June 2014
Weds 25th June 2014, 9.30 - 1.40pm (normal timetable for periods 5 & 6) For A-Level and BTEC 1 st year students Progression Day is a half day event designed to support your research onto your next steps progression; whether it will be university, employment, an apprenticeship or a gap year. There are more than 100 external speakers coming to Brock for our Progression Day and it is an invaluable step in helping you to move forward successfully. Attendance is compulsory and you are asked to plan your morning by booking seven different talks. Two of the talks are mandatory: you must attend: 1. The key note speech & 2. Either the Registering on to UCAS OR the Registering onto Employment websites The other five talks can be any you choose
How to choose and book your seven talks: 1. Go to e.brock.ac.uk 2. Log in: using your College username and College password - if you need your password changed, please visit the IT Services Hatch in M07B in the Main Block to reset your password 3. Once logged in, click on the Progression Day logo on the front page 4. Click on Overall Sessions Schedule to view all the talks so that you can plan your seven choices 5. Make your seven choices (including the Key Note speech and either Registering on the UCAS or Employment sites). Please do this soon - before 18 th June Once you have completed this you will see your e.brock calendar * Hover over the date - 25th June * You will be able to view the seven sessions you are booked onto. Remember: you can go back in and change any sessions if you need to * It is suggested you make a note of the session names, times and rooms so you can be on time to each talk on the day
Classical Civilisation Are you looking for a new subject to study next year? Have you considered AS Classical Civilsation? AS Classical Civilisation is a challenging and rewarding subject that gives you the opportunity to explore the worlds of Ancient Greece and Rome. Classical Civilisation is an academic A level highly valued by universities. If the subject fires your interest, then provided you have B grades in GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature you may like to consider the full A Level in one year. It allows to engage with the literature, beliefs, customs and ideas that have shaped modern European Civilisation. FIND OUT MORE: Classical Civilisation tutors at Brockenhurst College: Nick Cousins, Sophia Jundi E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Don’t forget that you can now apply for Financial Support for September 2014 if you are intending to continue your study. If you were eligible for funding this year, you must reapply to be assessed for Sept 2014. You can download a form from eBrock or the College Website.
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Return of loan equipment Could students who have loaned equipment such as laptops, alphasmart keyboards or digital recorders from Skills Development and who no longer need them, please return the items to the Skills Development department upstairs in the LRC.
Thursday 10 th July 6.30pm to 9.30pm at the Nevada Music Warehouse Farlington, Portsmouth PO6 1TT – Tickets Available £5.00 each Call 02392 205100 to purchase your ticket or buy on-line.buy on-line. Demos include :- Guitar / Bass DI recording and production techniques Drum production workshop Pro Tools 11 Music Production Demonstration Vocal recording workshop An evening of recording techniques.
BOKWA IS CONTINING @ BROCK! THURSDAYS 4.40PM – 5.30PM IN H16 To book your place in Thursdays class please contact: Rob Cook (College Sport Maker – firstname.lastname@example.org / H09/10 Office or comment on the Facebook post )email@example.com 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 off all ages draw the Bokwa ® L, 3, J, K and dozens of other steps!!
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: Aspire Coaching & Fitness New! Apprenticeship Opportunities The Handy Trust BoomTown Festival Volunteer Jobs Please Slow Down! Locker Refunds Follow these links: My.Brock http://my.brock.ac.uk/Students/Pages/default.aspx E.Brock http://e.brock.ac.uk/