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26 November 2019

Before applying for a Masters degree at ARU, I was a little apprehensive as I did not know what it was going to entail and I had a few questions running through my head. But those worries soon melted away. Read more…

22 October 2019

As I was rapidly approaching 'the big 40', I reflected back on what it was I wanted to learn in order to meet my goal of being a Primary School Teacher. I investigated my options and a colleague suggested looking for a Primary Education Studies degree. Read more…

24 June 2019

If, like me, you choose to study Early Childhood Studies, there's a range of books and sources that are available to use for each module. They're on a reading list you can refer to at any time on Canvas, ARU's online learning portal… Read more…

14 May 2019

Budgeting can be daunting especially if it’s the first-time handling money. But it doesn’t have to be scary. It does take some effort and practise, but it eventually gets easier, not that I’m claiming to be an expert. See below my budgeting hints and tips that I hope you find useful. Read more…

11 March 2019

I am originally from London, so Cambridge is not far on the train. Even though commuting was an option, I felt that in order to get the full experience I wanted, living close to the campus was the best option for me. Read more…

6 March 2019

During my time at ARU, I have tried to grab all the opportunities thrown my way as not only are they a fantastic experience for me and my CV, but they have helped me grow in confidence as an individual. Read more…

30 January 2019

Working in Education is not an easy job. Every day is different because not all children are the same. Each child is an individual with different levels of needs and abilities and they require support in order for them to learn and progress. In this blog… Read more…

21 January 2019

At some point in our childhood, we will all read or listen to a story. Each story is different and shares a diverse range of emotions that children can begin to understand and express, whilst letting our imaginations run wild. Here's my pick of five of the best… Read more…

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