After I have completed my education, just one step away with my PGCE course, I want to be a teacher at a Special School, so to do this I need experience. So recently I have been working at a school in Gloucester called the Milestone School and it has been the best thing I have ever done!
Every course has a reading list that is available before the course starts. You can either find your reading lists on your Sole page or on BlackBoard, in the individual module sections.
Making friends at university can be difficult. You’re thrown straight into a room full of people, some know each other some don’t, and you are expected to become friends straight away. It doesn’t work quite like that but it is possible.
There are always a few things that seem obvious, but people tend to forget when moving into a uni room. Here’s a quick checklist of things that I think you might forget if you’re moving in for the first time!
When you begin a degree course you expect to be doing that topic for every lecture you sit in, understandably. But you do have the opportunity to branch out and partake in a module that isn’t directly related to your degree. Just for a bit of a change!
The expected route into uni is to choose your firm and insurance choice but and then attend one of these two, but this is not always the way! Unfortunately some students don’t achieve the grades to attend their two choices so have to go through what is known as ‘Clearing’.
After the initial excitement of getting a place at a uni, it will soon hit you. As your move-in day approaches, that initial excitement can often be replaced by apprehension. All your planning has come down to the day you move out into halls or a house.