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14 August 2018
Estate update - 14 August
9 August 2018
Estate update - 9 August
2 August 2018
Temporary closure of Café on the Square 27-30 August
1 August 2018
Student Services Centre closed on Friday 3 August
27 July 2018
Car park 14 partial closures
26 July 2018
Changes to Resource Booker
intermittent loss of power across campus
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15 August 2018
PELP event: free football pitch access
PELP event: Welcome to PELP 4 weeks
17 August 2018
PELP event: Shopping tour in Egham
18 August 2018
PELP event: Trip to Brighton
20 August 2018
PELP event: Snacks and Chill - chocolate fountain
25 August 2018
PELP event: Trip to Cambridge
1 September 2018
PELP event: Trip to Bicester Village
From 2-5pm on Wednesday 15 August, come down to the 3G pitches at the Sports Centre and enjoy three hours of free access o the football pitches.
Attend the Welcome talk for students attending PELP. Free pizza will be available.
Take a shopping tour round Egham and get to know the town.
Take a day trip to Brighton for PELP students.
Enjoy some sweet snacks for PELP students! There will be a chocolate fountain and other snacks available.
Take a day trip to Cambridge for PELP students.
Take a day trip to Bicester Village for PELP students.
Take a day trip to Oxford for PELP students.
Heritage Open DayRoyal Holloway, University of London, welcomes the public to explore its spectacular Grade I Listed Founder's Building, Picture Gallery, Chapel and extensive grounds. The Founder's Building, commissioned by entrepreneur, Thomas Holloway and opened by Queen Victoria in 1886, is modelled on the Château de Chambord in the Loire Valley. Its flamboyant architecture makes it one of the most impressive university buildings in the world.This year our new Emily Wilding Davison Building, located to the east side of the Founder's Building, will act as the welcome and information point for our Heritage Open Day. The Emily Wilding Davison Building is the new home of the university's archive collections and also features a cafe for our visitors to enjoy.The Picture Gallery will be open for viewing between 11am - 5pm with talks by the College Curator, Dr Laura MacCulloch at 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm.A serious of tours will run throughout the day, please visit the information point from 11am on the day for tickets.Founder's Building and College History Tours - £2 (tickets apply)11.15am, 11.45am, 12.15pm, 12.45pm, 1.15pm, 2pm, 2.30pm, 3.15pmCollege Archives (tickets apply)11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pmAs in previous years, we are delighted to be working once again with colleagues at Virginia Park, the former Holloway Sanatorium, which will also be open to visitors with ticketed tours at the following times: 12.30pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm. Tickets must be collected from the information point in the Emily Wilding Davison Building at Royal Holloway.We look forward to welcoming visitors to Royal Holloway.Guide dogs only. Parking is available on campus.
Join us in the Students' Union for a party to mark the end of PELP.
Join us for the part-time jobs fair! We have over 20 employers coming to the fair. Offering on and off campus work! Including but not limited to Students' Union, THORPE PARK Resort, Camp America, The Runnymede on Thames and many more! All you need to do is bring your student card.
Are you interested in teaching in primary, secondary or further education? This interactive workshop will look at all the options available as well as the funding providers.
So, whether you want to follow a programme where you spend the first year as a Teaching Assistant and the second year as a Trainee Teacher, or launch straight away into a year's taught PGCE at a university, there is something for everyone!
Curious about a Career in Teaching? Not sure which of the many routes into teaching would be right for you? Then come along and talk to a variety of teacher training providers, who all have something slightly different to offer, from a PGCE one-year programme of study at a university, to working in a school from day one and earning a salary whilst studying for the qualification. No need to book. Just drop in any time between 2pm and 5pm and meet our friendly training providers as well as alumni who have already taken the leap of faith and can tell you all about it!
Premier Pathways - Two year programme: year one as a paid Teaching Assistant, year two as a Trainee Teacher (primary and secondary)
St Marys University - PGCE one-year programme of study or School Direct programme (primary and secondary)
Teach First - Two-year Leadership Development programme in schools across the UK (primary and secondary)
Teach South East - School-centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme in schools across the South East of England (secondary only)
Weydon School - School-centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme in schools in Surrey and Hampshire (secondary only)
Are you considering a career as a primary school teacher? Then drop in for a Q & A with our alumna who is a recently qualified primary teacher. Find out what it's really like, hear her hints and tips on how to succeed and ask your questions.
Are you thinking of applying to be a teacher? Find out how to make a really strong application from those who know how. This interactive session will be lead by an admissions tutor from St Mary's University's PGCE programme and a teacher trainer from a Schools Direct consortium.
Not to be missed. Booking highly recommended to guarantee your place.
The next careers fair will take place on Wednesday 24 October 2018, 11am to 3pm in the Picture Gallery and North Quad.
With many recruiters together on campus, fairs are a great way to speak with prospective employers in order to learn about career opportunities and understand their requirements. They aren't just for final year students either; first and second years can also benefit. Around three quarters of employers last year offered placements and/or summer internships as well as graduate training schemes.