Date for your diary! Join us 3-5 August at Oxo Tower Wharf for #OriginsCreativeArts2018- FREE festival of painting, drawing, sculpture, video, fashion, music & performing arts - all by the freshest young student talent: https://bit.ly/2lHYV18
Updated charity guidance from ICSA.
The past few years have seen a period of intense activity within the charity sector and almost 50 pieces of ICSA guidance have been brought up to date to reflect a changed and changing governance landscape.
More information: ow.ly/XbmC30kIMIP
Perform Hajj with EC and you are guaranteed to experience Hajj like no other! It will be packed with education, learning and you will have your very own experienced Ulema to guide you throughout.
We are supporting St Luke's Hospice Plymouth a local community charity for this months dress down friday.
Why not join their midnight neon walk next month! Get involved - http://www.stlukes-hospice.org.uk/neon-midnight-walk/
Enjoy the sun with us tomorrow at our Founder's Day event! Our gates will be open to the community to enjoy music, market stalls, funfair rides and activities including abseiling. Proceeds will go towards a range of School charities including Demelza Hospice Care For Children and Sparrow Schools Educational Trust. We hope you will join us!
Join Mushood for a trip to the fantastic (and free) National Gallery on Trafalgar Square. Meet in reception at 4pm and we will go there together.
Congratulations to the winners of #DMC2018 - The Bridge Academy 🏆🥇🏆 Thanks to @ricssurveyors for hosting the finals #RICSDMC18 #champions #inspire #debate #winners #school #instagood #instadaily #educate #innovate #DM10 #GenerationDM
JONATHAN OKETAYOT has also been elected on a SEVEN TEAM DELEGATION (3 students and 4 lecturers) to represent Dar es Salaam University at the UN CHAPTER FORUM in Nairobi. He flies out tonight - to discuss & debate Conflict Resolutions in East African States. Well done Jonathan, we are so proud of you. Here is Jonathan with BSUF Founder Annette Mbedha.
For part two of our series examining Spitfire Audio's 'Chamber Strings' instrument library, PB composition instructor invites us to watch him write a chord progression for a mystery score :: http://bit.ly/2yFZTEA
The Library will close at 6pm this evening (Thursday 21st June) owing to staff sickness. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause you. If you need to return books, please leave them in the library slot in the post cupboard at reception.
To mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in most countries of Central and Eastern Europe, as well as of the Representation of the People Act in the UK, we invite papers addressing the most important contemporary developments that concern women’s lives, rights, and power a hundred years on.
We're hiring! We're after an energetic and self-motivated Corporate Sales Executive to join our growing team at our head office in Central London. Email [email protected] more info https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/549215779/
It's Profosser Gulnur Muradoglu School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London *Inaugural Lecture* on Tuesday 12 December 6:30-9pm @QMUL. Get her take on financial decision making as she debates rational vs behavioural finance theories. Book Now: http://bit.ly/2BagNvs
Calling all Postgraduate students: If you are still unsure about your Turnitin login or how to submit your assignments via Turnitin, there will be training session on Tuesday 12th December 2017 at 6pm. Speak to Makayla or Maria/Library for more info!
Tonight's the night!
'The Winter's Tale' begins in the John Lyon's Theatre at 7:30pm this evening.
Tickets available via Eventbrite:
#coventgarden #holborn #theatre #londontheatre
Victoria Heath, Westminster alumna and Senior Biomedical Scientist, will be giving the lowdown on her journey to becoming accredited Biomedical Scientist and travelling to Sierra Leone to work in a treatment centre as part of the UK governments response to the Ebola virus outbreak.
Victoria’s role in successfully helping curb the Ebola outbreak is an inspirational example of what you can achieve by following your personal passions and taking some risks along the way. She explains: “I strongly believe that people who are lucky enough to have knowledge and resources should use them to help those that do not.'
This talk will be particularly relevant to anyone considering a career in the charity/voluntary sector and for people aiming to work in crisis aflficted regions.
There will be time for the audience to ask questions of the speakers both during the Q&A and informally after the event with refreshments and networking.
VICTORIA HEATH, SENIOR BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST (BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES MSc, 2011)
Victoria has dedicated most of her adult life to pathology, working in NHS laboratories since she was 18, taking time out in 2011 to complete an MSc in Biomedical Sciences at University of Westminster. In 2015 she was deployed to Sierra Leone to work in a Treatment Centre as part of the UK Government's response to the Ebola virus outbreak. Based at a campsite in Port Loko, Victoria was part of one of the laboratory teams that were responsible for testing blood samples from the Centre's patients and swabs from any deaths in the local community for Ebola. Before they left the country the team started training scientists from a local hospital to safely handle Ebola positive samples. Back in the UK, she currently has two jobs, as a Senior Biomedical Scientist in Immunology the day, and as a private tutor at night. When she finds some free time, Victoria enjoys exploring the world with her husband, knitting, and adopting black cats!
"I myself had next to no training and spent most of that first term running to the school’s Senco. They were often busy with endless administrative tasks, and would send me away with a bulging file of reports, recommendations and assessments. I actually cried in despair"
Guess who is back? Red on stage as a coach!!!! A little genius using her skills and knowledge as a lawyer in a session that has all the required coaching competencies! #coachcertification #lifecoaching #skills #session #training
Coming in 2018! A free tour of the 3D printing and design studio (D2W) Digits2Widgets studio in Camden.
Learn how 3D prinitng is revolutionising the way jewellery, small work and silverware are being produced.
1 February 2018
6pm - 8pm
61-63 Rochester Place
Join to book >> http://bit.ly/2AimyGj
Major multi-country research shows the different positive impacts of Entrepreneurship Education. It helps raise ambition, employability skills & self-perception of capacity to succeed. https://lnkd.in/dZzegcp
16/11/17 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US :) - Wow, hasn't time flown by!..... Our 2nd year anniversary cake is here on our BBC Children in Need Pyjama day :D.... A BIG thank you and lots of LOVE to all our wonderful children, parents and staff.
#2Today #LeNidEDG #EastDulwich #EDG #Nursery
**Reminder about upcoming Management Consulting event with Deutsche Bank**
When: November 23rd, 6-9pm
What: Company presentation and drinks reception
Register with your name via e-mail to [email protected] until November 21st.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn more about Deutsche Bank and current employment opportunities (find out more at db.com/careers) and network with Deutsche Bank consultants!
Did you know?
The London Eye has 32 capsules (one for each of the city's 32 boroughs), but they're numbered from one to 33. Why? As with many buildings and other structures, there is no No. 13 capsule—whether the superstition about that number is warranted or not, the cars skip from 12 to 14. The operators of the Eye keep track of the celebrities who've taken the most rides on the attraction: In the U.K., Kate Moss is the winner, with 25 spins. The American celebrity who holds that distinction is Jessica Alba, who's gone on the Eye a whopping 31 times.
Cornhill London Week - 14th-18th December 2017...
A great chance to get a taste of ministry on the front line alongside a church minister in a local church. We would love to welcome you to... https://buff.ly/2yLFZn8
Please RT and invite anyone for whom this would be helpful...
Want to get things in place for GCSE revision later in the year. We've downloads and a course already available, plus 'revision-in-action' student workbooks coming soon
While the world seems to race on all around us, many of us are feeling the need to slow down.
MIO founder Tessa on how #music and #meditation help control the rhythm of your life:
The International Advice Line will not be running tomorrow due to staff training. See our website for other ways to contact us throughout the week: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/campuslife/services/student-advice-support/Contact/contact.aspx
With the new General Data Protection Regulations looming, it’s time to ask yourself an important question. Does your business meet the new confidentiality, integrity, availability and compliance requirements? Join us at Smarter Business Tech Live to discover how you can prepare yourself for GDPR without overspending. Find out more here: https://goo.gl/sdUjhu
This workshop includes a performance of testimony from the homeless community recorded by the artist Robert Lenkiewicz in 1970s Plymouth. It will bring together researchers, creative practitioners and activists to reflect upon how we can better understand the untold history of homelessness.
Sign of the times.........getttit?!?. @son_nel_son has been painting up some signs for us today. . . . . . . . #signwriting #fixshitorcrytrying #lbk #nevernotlearning #monochrome #paintingtime #myunicornlife #wetpaint #blackandwhite #artnouveau http://ift.tt/2zDJ0d7
Students at Ark Swift Primary Academy had a great afternoon yesterday with QPR FC captain Nedum Onuoha and authors of Football School, Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton learning all about how their school subjects relate to football bit.ly/2zjpKkP