Going back to the days when I was thinking whether I should live on or off campus and my first days as a fresher at the University, I can remember that everything was new, exciting and sometimes confusing.
Like Big Brother, you get to stay in an accommodation with people that are completely different from. Not always. But it is pretty likely.
Mainstream or Special Educational Needs teaching? Now that’s a difficult question.
Moving out to live on your own can be difficult to get used to at first. Not only do you have to need to wake yourself up on time, remember to eat and get yourself to your lectures on time, but you also need to remember to go food shopping regularly to prevent starvation.
Summer is creeping up on us and when it is warm, lots of people (me included!) try and eat a bit healthier. I tried to kick start this healthy eating with giving up crisps for lent (from March 5th-April 20th and anyone who knows me would know that crisps are my weakness!).
“I’ve got my full set of colouring pencils ready!”
This is the first thing a friend of mine on another course said to me after selecting an optional geography module.
For this post, I thought it may be helpful for some of you to find out a little more about the facilities that the University offers us, students.
I’ve been in Worcester for a couple of years now so it’s safe to say that I’ve gone for a fair few meals out, whether it’s been with my current housemates, first year flatmates, my boyfriend or my family when they’ve come to visit.