Presentation on theme: "BULLETIN W/C 10 th November. Thank you to everyone who entered the LRC’s Short Story Competition! The results are as follows: 1 st Prize – Bruthcombe."— Presentation transcript:
BULLETIN W/C 10 th November
Thank you to everyone who entered the LRC’s Short Story Competition! The results are as follows: 1 st Prize – Bruthcombe Beach by Joshua Perrett 2 nd Prize – Erelin by Maxine Andrassy 3 rd Prize – Jump by Felice Southwell Winners: please come to the LRC main desk! If any of the entrants would like feedback on their stories come to the LRC main desk or at:
Wear a onesie to college Friday 14 th November Also, there will be a sweet and cake sale in the Hard Brock and Oliver Baynham will be doing a sponsored silence.
Thursday 4 th December 2014 Beaulieu Motor Museum Tickets £35.00 per person Or £40.00 if you would like transport to and from the venue. Further information on travel arrangements will be available soon. Tickets will be on sale from the Brock Shop from Friday 14 th November.
WHAT NEXT…… ? Starting Sept 2015: HND in Travel and Tourism Management at Brock. 2 year course, 2 days per week with pathway progression to a Full Degree in International Hospitality and Tourism Studies (1 year) at a local University. Be part of this exciting Global Industry. For further details contact
Lions International Youth Programme An amazing opportunity to travel abroad during the summer. Come to a meeting on Thursday 20 th November at in M10. All welcome.
If you would like to fill a shoebox or give a donation of toy/s or colouring book etc. to the College Christmas shoebox appeal this year you would be most welcome. The deadline this year is Friday 22 nd November 2014 – filled boxes can be handed in to the Safety Office or Reception. Leaflets and spare shoeboxes are available now in the main staffroom. Thank you in advance for your support Andrea Kennedy Health and Safety Partner Brockenhurst College Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2014
Dear Student, I am writing to inform you about IBM's Post 18 Opportunities Open Evening that is happening on Wednesday 26th November. This event will be taking place at IBM's Hursley location and will be open to all students and their parents that are considering next steps after college. IBM is the world’s largest Consultancy and IT Services Company with locations across the UK. This event is designed to give an insight into IBM and the post 18 options we offer. Throughout the event we will be addressing the common questions about our Apprentice and Gap Year schemes such as: What training will I receive? How much support is available? And how does the scheme compare to a University degree? The evening will consist of talks from Gap Year students, New Apprentices, and Apprentices who have been with us for the past 3 years. There will also be a session on our application process finishing off in a Q&A session and networking opportunity giving you the chance to ask questions 1 on 1. The first talk will start at 6:15 prompt, with doors open from 6:00. The evening's talks will end at 8:00 with IBM'ers staying around until 8:30 to answer questions. We hope that you will encourage your students and their parents to join us at this event in order to find out more about the career opportunities we can offer. It will be a registered event, so please ask your students to register their attendance (and their parent's attendance) at our event page on Eventbrite.event page The password is IBMINSIGHT. Tickets are limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis. We hope to see as many of your students there as possible and answering any questions they or their parents may have! Kind regards, James Brazill Schools & Universities Attraction Coordinator IBM UK Human Resources - Recruitment To find out more about our careers, visit our careers website at ibm.com/job/ukibm.com/job/uk
KPMG School and College Leaver Programme Earn up to £21,500 a year and have your study fees and university accommodation paid for. We are looking for ambition students to join our 2015 School and College Leaver Programme. We’ll cover the cost of your tuition and accommodation fees, while you to work towards gaining an accountancy degree from the University of Birmingham or Durham University Business School. You’ll be working for KPMG, learning on the job from experts in their field, earning up to £21,500 a year, and have the opportunity to enjoy the university lifestyle. On completion of the programme, you’ll be a fully-qualified Chartered Accountant, having gained valuable experience in Audit and financial services. Sound good? Positions for the programme are filled on a rolling basis, so make sure you get your application in early for this very popular opportunity. Applications are now open for opportunities to start in August / September To find out more click here.here
All Year 2 level 3 students HE Finance information For more information and advice regarding HE Finance please come to a workshop: Monday 17 November 12.45pm – 1.40pm - FOYER Thursday 20 November 12.45pm – 1.40pm - FOYER
All Year 2 students Applying for Apprenticeships For more information and advice regarding Apprenticeships please come to a workshop: Monday 17 November 12.45pm – 1.40pm - SEC Thursday 20 November 12.45pm – 1.40pm - SEC
LANYARD PRICING If lost, stolen, broken or otherwise, the prices are as follows: PVC soft ID holder - 50p Rigid plastic ID holder - £1 (now available) Lanyard - £2 New ID card - £10 These can be purchased from the BrockShop daily between the hours of:
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