The only thing that’s constant is change – preparing to face an uncertain future

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The last few years have brought so many changes in the way we study, work and socialise. Find out about workshops designed to help you respond positively to challenges.

Welcome to 2022, another year on and more changing rules in the ever-changing but long lasting pandemic. If you’re tired of constantly keeping up with changing rules and re-organising your social and study schedules, you are not alone!
Whatever you have resolved to do with your time this year, see if you can make space for one of the upcoming workshops on ‘Resilience in an ever-changing world’ this term. It’s a 90-minute informal collaborative workshop for students at all stages of their studies with an external facilitator, on resilience and wellbeing, giving you the opportunity to reflect on your experiences learn practical techniques to support your wellbeing. The session aims to inspire and motivate, leaving people feeling more equipped and more positive about the future. Students can also earn 10 employability points for their attendance.
The next session is on Monday 24th January from 7 – 8.30pm online via Teams and available to book online now.
There are other opportunities later in the term to come in person or online as you prefer in the forthcoming schedule, check out the Student Support and Wellbeing Calendar for further details and to book your place:
  • 2nd February from 2pm to 3:30pm hybrid: in room KS4 and via Teams
  • 9th February from 2pm to 3:30pm hybrid: in room KS4 and via Teams
  • 21st February from 7pm to 8:30pm online only via Teams
  • 1st March from 7pm to 8:30pm hybrid: in room KS16 and via Teams
  • 20th April from 2pm to 3:30pm hybrid: in room KS15 and via Teams
If you have any questions about these or other wellbeing workshops, please contact us at
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Written by Natalia Crisanti, Student Services staff, on 11.01.22
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