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3 September 2015

Being an organised person, I often find myself being so prepared with assignments that I have drafts of them a couple of weeks before the hand-in date. This is great in many ways as it allows me to be able to get feedback from my lecturers about what I could improve upon or change… Read more…

19 August 2015

When I first heard that one of my semester 2 modules was going to be social work in society I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I thought it might have been to do with society in general, but that was very broad – and wishful! – thinking. Read more…

23 October 2014

Assessed Readiness for Practice (ARDP) days are highly informative and I believe everyone enjoyed the interactions the days offered. You are required to attend them, otherwise you will end up playing catch-up, potentially travelling to other campuses to obtain the certificates. Read more…

16 October 2014

Missing a lecture can be really detrimental when preparing to write your assignments. I missed two lectures due to unforeseen circumstances, and I always felt I was missing vital information. The lectures offer guidance on structuring your assignment and meeting the required learning outcomes. Read more…

21 August 2013

Hello, I’m Alice and I have finished my first year of Education Studies at Anglia Ruskin in Chelmsford. I was lucky enough to be able to pass through my first year of the course relatively unscathed and am able to progress into my second year! Read more…

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