So it’s nearly exam time and the panic is starting to settle in… how can I possibly revise all of this stuff before my exams?! Breath. It’s going to be okay.
Placement can be a stressful time, especially if you’re not organised throughout. I’ve put together a few useful tips on how to keep stress levels to a minimum and increase productivity levels.
Stress, uncertainty, all new, fear, excitement, stepping out of your comfort zone, all these and many more may snap through your mind when you are about to come at the University for the first time. There are, […]
All parents will know that sometimes it’s difficult enough being just that – a parent – without adding ‘student’ in there too! I asked my colleague Georgie Sherrard for her experience of being a student parent and here’s what she had to share with you all.
I was always lucky doing my A-Levels. I never had to decide whether or not I wanted to go to university because I knew I needed to in order to achieve my dream of being a History teacher.
First Year Physical Education and Outdoor Education student Izzy shares her thoughts about the course and her student life at Worcester.
In short…yes, you can. When I first started Primary Initial Teacher Education (PITE) I thought I’d have a super busy timetable that wouldn’t allow me any free time to work. Turns out, I was wrong. During first […]
It’s a well-known fact that now-a-days you need a lot more than a good grade in your degree to impress an employer.