ARU Blogs — Lucie Hamilton

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Faculty:Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

School:School of Education and Social Care

Course: BA (Hons) Early Childhood Professional Studies

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Hi, I’m Lucie and I am in my second year at Anglia Ruskin University, studying BA (Hons) Early Childhood Professional Studies at the Chelmsford campus.


I am a mature student, and I am also the course representative for my year group.

Alongside early education and childhood, I have a passion for writing. Last year I signed a two book-deal with publishing giants, HarperCollins, for my commercial women’s fiction titles. It is an amazing achievement and I hope to, one day, extend my writing credentials to children’s books and academic writing within the early childhood field, merging my two passions.

I hope you enjoy following my journey. I aim to provide you with a collection of posts both as a representation of my course and what ARU has to offer, and personally how I deal with student life both as a mature student and alongside my writing.

My ultimate career goal? To be back at ARU as a member of staff sharing my knowledge and experience as a lecturer in early childhood, alongside sharing my writing as an author in various capacities.

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29 June 2017

I have always had an interest in special educational needs (SEN) and as someone who also loves attending training, conferences and events for my professional development, I jumped at the chance to attend The Autism Show at the Excel in London. Read more…

14 March 2017

When doing an early years degree at university, I would say the best thing you can do is try to surround yourself with lots of opportunities to explore the field even more. I would imagine this would be good practice for any course you do. Which is why, when I found out about ChildcareExpo… Read more…

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