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ACTIVITIES WEEK

17-21 MARCH 2014


ACTIVITIES WEEK

I am delighted to support the Bucks Activities Week this Spring. Please join me in spreading the word in person and via social media that Activities Week has lots to offer all our students. The first Bucks Activities Week took place in November where students attended over 200 sessions to support their academic achievements, develop their entrepreneurship and improve their employability. We had some ‘sell-out’ sessions: the sign language, safeguarding and first aid courses filled up as soon as the booking system went live on the Students’ Union website. We were very encouraged to learn that a number of students gained jobs from attending the Jobs, Volunteers and Information Fair where over 80 employers gathered on campus on one day. Our March Activities Week promises to be just as exciting and interesting. A huge variety of events will be run by academic departments, the Students’ Union, Careers & Employability, the Chaplaincy, the Learning Development Unit and Societies. One that is sure to be popular takes place on Wednesday at 2pm, in the Gateway lecture theatre where ‘Baxter’ the robot will be putting in an appearance. Visit youtube.com/user/RethinkRobotics to find out more. A huge thank you must go to all staff and the Students’ Union who make this event possible.

Shân Wareing Pro Vice Chancellor Learning & Teaching

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Activities Week is an exciting week at Bucks. Collaboratively, as a Students’ Union and University, we have put on copious amounts of opportunities and activities to get involved in that you won’t want to miss. The week is different from your normal, scheduled teaching timetable allowing you the time to engage in the extracurricular activities that you may not already be able to take part in. The scale of sessions throughout the week are so varied from community volunteering to special industry guest speakers, sports activities to certificated courses, performance showcases to late night entertainment and the list goes on. Not to mention that all of these workshops are absolutely free. After you leave university you will realise that there isn’t a lot of things that you get for free so you should really take advantage of this week. By the end of it your CV will look stronger, you will have met some new friends and possibly have won a brand new iPad! All events are on our website so make sure you sign up before it’s too late bucksstudentsunion.org/events.

Naomi Franco President, Bucks Students’ Union

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HOW THE PLANNER WORKS Time These run at 30 minute intervals, however please check online for the exact time of the session.

9am

10am Event title The name of the event is listed here. This should give you some idea of what it is about but check the details list or online for more information.

The event This is a coloured block that the event information is contained in. The top and bottom show you the start and the end of the session. Key to sessions There are four different types of session that are represented by the following colours:

Department specific sessions University support sessions Students’ Union sessions Sport for Fun sessions

New Secularism III

Casting and mould making ceramics workshop

11am

Noon

Ceramics Studio

1pm

2pm

Casting and mould making ceramics workshop

Ethical issues in tourism OH1

Event location This is where the event shall be taking place. Please double check online for any room changes.

3pm Ceramics Studio 4pm

5pm

ROOM LOCATIONS Beats

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6pm

Beats Cafe is on the first floor, East Wing

Concourse

7pm Meet on the concourse next to the Gateway building near reception

Events Hall

Mezzanine of the Gateway building between the ground and first floor

Foyer G3.03

The Students’ Union bar foyer ground floor, North Wing 8pm Gateway building 3rd floor computer room

GLT

Gateway Lecture Theatre, ground floor, Gateway building

OH1

Owen Harris building Lecture Theatre 1

OH2

Owen Harris building Lecture Theatre 2

The Lounge

The Students’ Union bar ground floor, North Wing

The Venue

The Students’ Union nightclub ground floor, North Wing

WW1.11

West Wing first floor - enter by the exit barrier at Lily’s Walk

9pm


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS When is Activities Week? Monday 17 to Friday 21 March 2014. What is Activities Week? A week of interactive, engaging and fun activities supporting students’ employability and enterprise, providing something extra alongside the planned academic programme, combining subject specific and cross-University opportunities, plus a full programme of social activities. We hope this ambitious event becomes a valuable addition to the Bucks offer – please help make it so with your support. Why are we having Activities Week? Bucks is strongly committed to developing students’ employability and enterprise, and this week offers a chance for out-of-the-ordinary activities for courses, departments, schools, and across the whole University. The programme has been developed so far through consultation with students and staff. How do I book a ticket for an event? Visit bucksstudentsunion.org. Once you have logged in either click on the news article about Activities Week or click on ‘what’s on’ and then use the drop down menu to select ‘Activities Week’ and then select the event you want to book a ticket for. Click on the ticket symbol and then check out and follow the process through. How do I log into the bucksstudentsunion.org website? Go to bucksstudentsunion.org and click login in the top right corner and then register. A new page will load where you can create your own login but you must have a valid email address that you can view in order to complete the login process. Why do I need to put in a credit card? Although none of the events for Activities Week require payments some of the events that we do at other times require a fee so a credit card is needed. Your card details will not be shared with anyone. The session I want to book has no tickets left - what should I do? Firstly, contact the person listed on the website then look at the programme for similar coloured sessions and see if any of those take your fancy. Then contact william.hoskin@bucks.ac.uk to find out if there are any other similar sessions that are going on throughout the year. Why aren’t there any course specific sessions for my course? Ask your tutor and they should be able to tell you what they are running during Activities Week. Why is there no session on that interests me? There are lots of sessions that you could try but if there is nothing that you want to do, make a suggestion to william.hoskin@bucks.ac.uk. We are always looking for more session ideas and will have another two Activities Weeks next academic year so please let us know what you think. I’ve booked a ticket for a session but I now can’t go what should I do? Contact william.hoskin@bucks.ac.uk and we will sort it out for you.

Some sessions require a deposit to be paid. This will be refunded to you at the end of the session.

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MONDAY 17 MARCH To book your free sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events

9am Activities Week Breakfast Sports Taping Course 10am CV Workshop

The Lounge Law Construction Skills Presentation

N3.15 11am Managing Workload

N3.05 Noon N3.15

1pm Sport for Fun: Netball

2pm

Volunteering: Outdoors

Events Hall Validation and Review Presentation

Bubble Football Numerical Reasoning Tests G3.01

3pm N2.05 Gateway Concourse

Meet the Sabbs

4pm Beats Events Hall

WW1.11

5pm Sport for Fun: Table Tennis

Sport for Fun: Boot Camp Events Hall 6pm

Events Hall 7pm Sport for Fun: Athletics 8pm

Hillingdon Sports Centre

St Patrick’s Day Party

9pm

The Venue

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Activities Week Breakfast

Come down to The Lounge and get a great deal on an Activities Week breakfast, the best deal in town.

Performing Arts third year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Dissertations, scratch performances and rehearsals for third year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Performing Arts first and second year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Site responsive performance and intermediality for first year Performing Arts students, Performance and Screen scratch performances for second year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Sports Taping Course

Ever wanted to tape up your shoulder or ankle before the game? Learn how with this day long course. You must be part of a sports team to do this course. Deposit required.

CV Workshop

Get advice at this workshop on how to promote yourself on a CV, along with advice on different styles of CV and tips on different formats to make the most of your range of experience.

Law Construction Skills Presentation

Hayley, from the Construction Industry Training Board, will give a session on her career path to becoming her organisation’s Major Projects Manager for London. Hayley’s current projects include the Thames Tideway Tunnel and High Speed 2 (two of the biggest civil engineering projects in history).

Managing Workload

If you are struggling to fit things such as studying, a part time job, rehearsals, sports training, volunteering, sleeping and partying into the 168 hours of a week, then this session is for you. This interactive session looks at the best ways to manage all of your work load and still find time for those extracurricular activities.

Sport for Fun: Netball

Netball for fun, if you haven’t played in a while or are looking for a fun session then this is ideal for you.

Volunteering: Outdoors

Chopping down trees and putting up some bird boxes with the Chiltern Rangers on Tom Burts Hill. Meet on the Gateway Concourse.

Validation and Review This fun interactive presentation includes how validations and reviews impact on courses and their Presentation design, how a student’s point of view can make the difference and the skills that you will learn and develop that can greatly enhance your CV. Numerical Reasoning tests

Many jobs these days ask applicants to take a psychometric test, often called something like ‘numerical reasoning’. These check your use of basic skills from a ‘common sense’ approach, by asking you to apply basic maths skills to scenarios you may meet in the business world. Bring a pen and paper and an open mind!

Bubble football

Ever wondered what it feels like to be inside a football whilst it’s being kicked about, this is your chance, it’s all for charity and don’t miss the refreshments from the Multifaith Chaplaincy.

Meet the Sabbs: Old and New

This is your chance to meet the current Sabbs and also speak to the Sabbs who have been recently elected, all over a coffee and muffin.

Sport for Fun: Boot Camp

Sign up through the Gateway reception from Tuesday 11 March. A station-based fun, active workout using short, sharp, functional exercises incorporating the latest exercise equipment to help you have a total body workout.

Sport for Fun: Table Tennis

Table tennis for fun, we supply the table, the paddles and the net, you supply your body.

Sport for Fun: Athletics

Athletics for fun, with over 20 different disciplines to choose from we’re sure you can find one that you enjoy. Contact dtuttle93@gmail.com to sign up.

St Patrick’s Day Party

Come to the Venue and see if St Patrick’s Day brings you the luck of the Irish. For special offers see posters nearer the time.

Department specific sessions

University support sessions

Students’ Union sessions

Look out for the Activities Week competitions

Sport for Fun sessions

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TUESDAY 18 MARCH To book your free sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events 9am Activities Week Breakfast 10am TVP Volunteer Service: Citizens in the Police

Word for Dissertations and Reports

11am

The Lounge

Creative CVs

Thinking of doing a dissertation?

N3.05

Societies Showcase

Live Music Outside Broadcast N4.03

G3.04

Noon N4.06 RAG Collection 10am-4pm

1pm Topical Talk in the Tardis 2pm

Beats

Using Word to manage Harvard Referencing

Volunteering: One Can Trust

Lawdit Talk N3.03

Students’ Union Offices

Anti Doping and Supplements N2.06

G3.04 3pm Gateway Concourse Meet the Sabbs

The Venue

Events Hall

4pm Beats Business Simulation: Running a Thai Hotel 10am-noon

5pm Sport for Fun: Boxing

6pm

High Wycombe Boxing Club

Sport for Fun: Badminton

Events Hall

Sport for Fun: Climbing

Sport for Fun: Table Tennis N3.08

N4.08

7pm

8pm Sport for Fun: Volleyball

The Climb, Amersham

9pm Comedy Central Events Hall

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The Venue

Tweet #BucksActivitiesWeek

Validation and Review Presentation 10am-11.30am

N2.12


Activities Week Breakfast

Come down to The Lounge and get a great deal on an Activities Week breakfast, the best deal in town.

Dance workshop day - Dance Studio 2, 9am-5pm

This event includes dance workshops with professional dancers and an Industry panel with a range of guest speakers (with question and answer sessions). It is open to dance students, and to applicants to the two dance programmes.

Performing Arts third year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Dissertations, scratch performances and rehearsals for third year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Performing Arts first and second year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Site responsive performance and intermediality for first year Performing Arts students, Performance and Screen scratch performances for second year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Creative CV’s

A CV is the first impression an employer will have of you, so it needs to be a representation of you and your personal brand. Visual CVs allow you to promote yourself in a refreshing and creative way. Sectors that like an innovative approach are marketing, advertising, design, art and fashion.

Validation and Review Presentation

This fun interactive presentation includes how validations and reviews impact on courses and their design, how a student’s point of view can make the difference and the skills that you will learn and develop that can greatly enhance your CV.

Business This activity will demonstrate business principles and give insights into dealing with business crises and decision Simulation: Running making. You will analyse business finance data and appreciate the impact on a business of controlling your a Thai hotel costs, getting to know your customer and supporting your staff. Open to all. TVP Volunteer Service: Citizens in the Police

Suitable for all Criminal Justice and Social Science students as well as those from Law and Psychology who want to find out more about the volunteer police force.

Word for Dissertations and Reports

This session will include: effective use of styles to manage headings, automated tables of contents; managing figures, tables and cross references; managing page numbering across document sections.

Societies Showcase Come to the Events Hall and see what some of our amazing societies do, your chance to meet the students who make the most out of their time at Bucks. RAG Collection

Fundraising for our three RAG (Raise And Give) charities.

Thinking of doing a dissertation?

An opportunity for business students to ask questions to current final year students and discuss ideas with subject specialist lecturers from the business courses.

Live Music Outside Broadcast

Live music outside broadcast production with a small Americana label involving Sennheiser.

Dance: Industry panel - OH2, noon-2.30pm

This event includes dance workshops with professional dancers, and an industry panel, with a range of guest speakers (with question and answer sessions).

Topical Talk in the Tardis

Why not pop along to Beats and take part in a topical talk on any issue of interest that has arisen in the media that week.

Using Word to manage Harvard Referencing

This session will include: referencing common source types: books, chapters in edited books, journal articles and web resources; managing works with multiple authors and editors; fine-tuning in-text references; managing references across different assignments.

Lawdit Talk

Lawdit are a law firm specialising in intellectual property law and commercial law. A partner from the firm, Michael Coyle will talk to you about how he established the firm and his career path.

Volunteering: One Can Trust

Come volunteering at One Can Trust, sorting and packing donations at a local food bank.

Anti Doping and Supplements

The talk will be useful for anyone representing the University at any sport or playing at a semi-professional level . The talk will focus on selecting supplements (if required) to stay within anti-doping regulations, Medications and the anti-doping process followed by a question and answer session.

Meet the Sabbs: Old and New

This is your chance to meet the current Sabbs and also speak to the Sabbs who have been recently elected, all over a coffee and muffin.

Sport for Fun: Boxing

All welcome at Wycombe Boxing Club. Boxing is a dynamic form of exercise that has many social, physical and mental wellbeing benefits. Contact jasveer007@hotmail.co.uk to book your place.

Sport for Fun: Badminton

No Strings badminton is a social and informal session for players of all abilities. The No Strings Coordinator at the session is there to welcome you and get you playing straight away.

Sport for Fun: Table Tennis

Table Tennis for fun, we supply the table the paddles and the net, you supply your body.

Sport for Fun: Climbing

Run at The Climb in Amersham. A great way to test your ability and endurance, this session is for all abilities. Try something new, contact thomas.nichol2991@gmail.com to book your place.

Sport for Fun: Volleyball

We may not have sandy beaches but we do have court space for everyone, so get your mates along and go spike!

Comedy Central

With the amazing comedy stylings of Romesh Ranganathan (Live at the Apollo), John Kearns (Edinburgh newcomer 2013) and Ivo Graham (BBC Ed Fest, and BBC Radio 1).

bucksstudentsunion.org/events

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WEDNESDAY 19 MARCH To book your free sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events 9am Activities Week Breakfast

Emergency First Aid at Work (one day course)

10am The Lounge

Myers Briggs Type Indicator N4.08

11am Go Luck Yourself N4.08 Noon

1pm

Sport for Fun: Gymnastics What Employers want from Graduates

Sport for Fun: Watersports

N4.08

Taplow Lake

2pm Industrial Robot demonstration: Baxter

Booker

3pm

Volunteering: Shelburne Lodge

GLT Gateway Concourse

Meet the Sabbs

4pm Beats

5pm

Sport for Fun: Swim for ÂŁ1, 1-7pm

6pm Wycombe Sports Centre 7pm

8pm

9pm Frat House The Venue

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Thanks to Careers, LDU, Multifaith Chaplaincy

N1.04


Activities Week Breakfast

Come down to The Lounge and get a great deal on an Activities Week breakfast, the best deal in town.

Emergency First Aid at Work

Gain your ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ certification in just one day. Deposit required.

Performing Arts third year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Dissertations, scratch performances and rehearsals for third year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Performing Arts first and second year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Site responsive performance and intermediality for first year Performing Arts students, Performance and Screen scratch performances for second year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Myers Briggs Type Indicator

Are you interested in learning more about your personality for career development and helping you to identify your strengths? This session will help you to understand yourself and others and can provide practical application to teamwork, relationships and self-awareness.

Go Luck Yourself

How psychology can help you deal with the challenges of finding your ideal career. How much is getting that ideal job down to being in the right place at the right time? Perhaps more than we would like to admit. But once we accept that, what can we do to influence matters? Plenty. In this session learn about the psychology of ‘luck’ and what you can do to influence yours.

Sport for Fun: Gymnastics

Gymnastics for fun, all are welcome to come and have a go. Gymnastics not only improves fitness it helps with flexibility and comes in a variety of disciplines, contact magicmike89@hotmail.co.uk to book your place.

What Employers want from Graduates

This session provides an opportunity to hear from Paradigm Housing a local employer about what attributes and characteristics are desired in graduates. This will also give students the chance to compile or refresh their CV and ask questions about how to frame their experiences at university to boost their employability.

Sport for Fun: Water sports

Water sports for fun, contact hannah.jeremy@bucks.ac.uk to book your place hurry they go fast.

Sport for Fun: Swim for £1

Handy Cross sports centre. With a Wycombe Leisure Card you can swim for £1 on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons.

Robot Demonstration

Robotic systems have been used within industries, such as car plants, since the 1960s. However, in the last decade technology has advanced greatly and what we used to see in the films is now becoming a reality! The Baxter robot, from Rethink Robotics, is one such system that is redefining the way robots can be used in industry, come and check out what this cutting edge robot can do! Open to all.

Volunteering: Shelburne Lodge

Spend your time giving back to the local community, playing games and entertaining the elderly.

Meet the Sabbs: Old and New

This is your chance to meet the current Sabbs and also speak to the Sabbs who have been recently elected, all over a coffee and muffin.

Frat House

It’s Wednesday and that can only mean one thing, Frat House is here, great drinks offers, great music and a great atmosphere.

Department specific sessions

University support sessions

Students’ Union sessions

Tweet #BucksActivitiesWeek

Sport for Fun sessions

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THURSDAY 20 MARCH To book your free sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events 9am Activities Week Breakfast

Graduate Jobs in Sport LIVE

10am Interview Tips N3.05

Using Word to manage Harvard Referencing

The Lounge

Sign Language

11am Using LinkedIn G3.05

Internship: What experience does it give students? N3.03

G3.03

Noon The Money Talk Uxbridge Campus

N4.15

1pm

2pm

Volunteering: Crafternoon

Word for Dissertations and Reports Financial and Business advice for setting up your own business N3.03

G3.03

Sign Language

3pm Beats Meet the Sabbs 4pm Beats N4.15 GLT and Events Hall 5pm

6pm

Sport for Fun: Boxercise Dance Studio

Music and Event Management Graduate Panel The Venue

7pm Sport for Fun: Athletics

Sport for Fun: Rush Hockey Bisham Abbey

8pm

Hillingdon Sports Centre MC9 - Demo Drop

9pm

The Venue

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Great prizes up for grabs


Activities Week Breakfast

Come down to The Lounge and get a great deal on an Activities Week breakfast, the best deal in town.

Performing Arts third year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Dissertations, scratch performances and rehearsals for third year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Graduate Jobs in Sport LIVE

The only careers event entirely dedicated to helping graduates into a career in sport. The event will bring together 30 top employers in the sport industry to help the expected audience of 600 students and graduates find their ideal job in the industry. Graduate Jobs in Sport LIVE is the first event of its kind in that it brings together the largest number of sport employers ever assembled in the UK.

Interview Tips

Job interviews can be quite daunting. They are also highly competitive therefore it’s crucial you stand out, so get advice and top tips to help you approach your next interview with real confidence and give you the best chance of getting an offer.

Vision Mixing Masterclass 10am-1pm and 2-5pm

Simon is an experienced sports TV director and vision mixer who will run a masterclass in TV studio 2, focusing on the craft of vision mixing in the contexts of live sport and live music productions. Simon has previously worked on the Australian Open and also covers many major international tennis tournaments each year including Wimbledon. This session is only for students currently studying in these areas.

Using Word to manage Harvard Referencing

This session will include: referencing common source types: books, chapters in edited books, journal articles and web resources; managing works with multiple authors and editors; fine-tuning in-text references; managing references across different assignments.

Sign Language

Learn the basics of British Sign Language in this half day crash course.

Using LinkedIn

Networking is valuable way to find work and establish contacts in Industry. LinkedIn is a professional networking site that you can use to network and identify contacts including alumni, join groups of relevant interest and job search and is an essential tool in the job search.

Internship: What experience does it give students?

This session provides an opportunity to hear first-hand about doing an internship and about how to find and prepare to apply for one. This session will be led by one of our 3rd year Criminology / Sociology students.

The Money Talk

Budgeting and financial advice for students in order to help you mange your finances while at university. Contact suadvice@bucks.ac.uk for more information and to book your place. This event is at the Uxbridge Campus.

Word for Dissertations and Reports

This session will include: effective use of styles to manage headings, automated tables of contents; managing figures, tables and cross references; managing page numbering across document sections.

Volunteering: Crafternoon

Come to Crafternoon and discover the hidden treasures that are right in front of you and find out what you can make from recycled newspaper.

Financial and Business advice for setting up your own business

Paul Dexter will give advice and answer questions on a range of areas related to self-employment and small businesses, including Income Tax, Corporation Tax, NI, VAT, cash flows and business funding. This will include tips on avoiding common pitfalls, official requirements and sources of help and information.

Meet the Sabbs: Old and New

This is your chance to meet the current Sabbs and also speak to the Sabbs who have been recently elected, all over a coffee and muffin.

Music and Event Management Graduate Panel

Talk to Music and Event Management graduates to find out what they are doing now and how they got there.

Sport for Fun: Boxercise

Sign up through the Gateway reception from Friday 14 March. Boxercise is a fun, addictive, safe, stress-busting workout, suitable for all levels of ability. Also enhances hand-eye co-ordination, balance and timing.

Sport for Fun: Athletics

Athletics for fun, with over 20 different disciplines to choose from we’re sure you can find one that you enjoy. contact dtuttle93@gmail.com to sign up.

Sport for Fun: Rush Hockey

It’s fast, it’s furious, it’s fun. A small sided game that is guaranteed to be high scoring without a goal keeper.

MC9 - Demo Drop

Come one down and get your music listened too by Music industry people. Could this be your chance to be discovered?

Department specific sessions

University support sessions

Students’ Union sessions

Lots of money and financial advice sessions today

Sport for Fun sessions

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FRIDAY 21 MARCH

SATURDAY 22 MARCH SUNDAY 23 MARCH

To book your free sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events

9am Activities Week Breakfast 10am The Lounge

11am Questionnaires & focus groups hints and tips Noon Sport for Fun: Basketball

N4.15

1pm Sport for Fun: Swim for ÂŁ1

Sport Relief Fundraising

Events Hall 2pm Inter-generation Tea Dance

Sport for Fun: Rowing

3pm

Marlow Rowing Club 4pm

Naphill 5pm Activities Week Awards

Sport for Fun: Five-a-side Football

6pm Wycombe Sports Centre

Wycombe Lido

7pm

The Lounge

The Venue

8pm The Big Quiz and Rock n Roll Bingo 9pm

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SOAP - Krispy Kreme Party

Unisex - Fifth Birthday

The Venue

The Venue

Sport Relief fundraising from 1pm onwards

The Venue


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

22/3/14

10pm 3am

FREE FOR BNU STUDENTS / £7 PUBLIC ADV OR £ 10 OTD 18+ ID REQUIRED / ROAR / TICKETS: UNISEXEVENTS.COM

FRIDAY Activities Week Breakfast

Come down to The Lounge and get a great deal on an Activities Week breakfast, the best deal in town.

Performing Arts third year ‘Scratch My Back’ festival

Dissertations, scratch performances and rehearsals for third year Performing Arts students. Speak to course tutors for time and venue.

Questionnaires & Focus groups hints and tips

Interested in conducting some research during your time at university? Gemma Heath, Research Coordinator, will pass on her expertise in a practical session covering the basics of writing survey questions and conducting focus groups.

Sport Relief Fundraising

To kick it all off we will be walking/running a mile. Then join us in The Venue for a chance to play Table Tennis, Curling, Powerpong and FiFa all for £2 - with all proceeds going to Sport Relief. To sign up for any of the sports email Hannah Jeremy at hannah.jeremy@bucks.ac.uk.

Inter-generation Tea Open to dance students and applicants to the dance programmes. This event is arranged in partnership Dance (Centenary between Wycombe District Council, and supported by Oxfordshire Youth Arts Partnership. Nation coordination of WW1) by the Imperial War Museum and choreographed by Nocturne Dance. Activities Week Awards

Come to the Lounge to help us celebrate with some of the great people behind the amazing activities that have been going on throughout Activities Week.

SOAP - Krispy Kreme party

SOAP treats Bucks Students’ Union to a Krispy Kreme party.

SATURDAY Unisex - Fifth Birthday

Come down to the Students’ Union for the fifth birthday party of Unisex − a monthly bass music night playing the best in House, Drum & Bass, Dubstep and more!

SUNDAY Sport for Fun: Basketball

Basketball for fun, come along and shoot some hoops, all levels welcome, come and try your hand.

Sport for Fun: Swim for £1

Handy Cross Sports Centre. With a Wycombe Leisure Card you can swim for £1 on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons.

Sport for Fun: Rowing

Rowing for fun, if you have experience or if you’re a newbie all levels welcome to come and try rowing. Contact hollie.sipple@live.co.uk to book your place.

Sport for Fun: Five-a-side Football

Five-a-side for fun, jumpers for goal posts? No, we actually have proper posts come try five-a-side football. Contact shayfenlon@hotmail.co.uk to book your place.

The Big Quiz and Rock n Roll Bingo

The Big Quiz and Rock n Roll Bingo are here to carry you through your Sunday evening, getting you ready for another week of lectures.

Department specific sessions

University support sessions

Students’ Union sessions

Unisex is five years old!

Sport for Fun sessions

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To book your sessions visit bucksstudentsunion.org/events

3pm

2pm

1pm

Noon

11am

10am

9am

4pm

3pm

2pm

1pm

Noon

11am

10am

9am

Friday

4pm

5pm

Thursday

5pm

6pm

Wednesday

6pm

7pm

Tuesday

7pm

8pm

Monday

8pm

9pm

My Week

9pm

We will consider any request for accessible formats that may be required. Please send your request to advice@bucks.ac.uk

This publication was produced by Buckinghamshire New University in March 2014, and is accurate at time of going to press. We reserve the right to amend information within this programme without prior notice. Š Buckinghamshire New University


Bucks New University Activities Week Planner - March 2014