Students Staff

12 October 2018

Top Lines

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — tmarcu @ 9:15 am

Top Lines is a regular briefing for all staff from the Vice-Chancellor summarising the key issues, debates and decisions of University Steering Group (USG), Senate, Resources Committee, and Council. Take a look at the latest issue.

You can read more about key decisions at our University and capital development projects in the pipeline by signing up to Top Lines emails by emailing the Communications Office. You can also visit the Top Lines webpages. Top Lines is a regular briefing on the key issues, debates and decisions of University Steering Group (USG), Senate, Strategy and Resources Committee (SRC) and Council. You’ll need to enter in your login and password to access Top Lines online.

Also keep an eye out for Essex Weekly, the e-newsletter for staff, which will drop into your inbox each week. You can also check out Essex Daily, the blog for staff, for updates on everything from the latest research and events to staff news and estate updates.

 

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Brexit sessions for staff

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — tmarcu @ 8:41 am

We’re holding two Brexit sessions for staff on 31 October and 14 November. These will help you understand the immigration implications of Brexit and the practical steps you can take to remain in the UK.

 

 

 

 



Have Your Say on Maternity and Cancer Services Locally

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Danielle Karanicholas @ 7:54 am

Healthwatch Essex will be in the main foyer of The Forum in Southend on Tuesday 16th and Friday 19th October between 12-2pm – pop in and see us to find out more!

We are looking for individuals that have accessed maternity services during their pregnancy, or cancer services as a patient or carer within the last 5 years, who would like to come on board as Patient Partners to share their story and have input into the transformation plans within these services.

For further information online, visit the Healthwatch Website https://www.healthwatchessex.org.uk/get-involved/healthwatch-essex-ambassadors/ or contact Cheryl Huggins directly cheryl.huggins@heathwatchessex.org.uk

 

 



Community Clear-Up – 27 Oct

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 7:39 am

On Saturday 27 October, 10am-12noon, Councillor Julian Ware-Lane is inviting people to join him on a litter pick around Farringdon Service Road and The Forum.

Contact him at cllrware-lane@southend.gov.uk for more details.

 

 



Active 10

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 7:39 am

Brisk walk to better health.
You don’t need a gym membership to get the benefits of an active lifestyle.  Just 10 minutes of brisk walking a day could increase your fitness levels, boost your memory and improve your health.
The One You activity challenge is designed to help you walk briskly for at least 10 minutes a day.  Download the free Active 10 app, you can set yourself walking goals for the day.  The app will show you how much brisk walking you’re doing and how you can do more to achieve your goals.

Walking is free and can save you money on travel costs.  Whether it’s taking the dog out, walking on the school run, getting to work or college by foot, it’s a simple way to fit activity into your day.

Get started by downloading the Active 10 app.

Social media handles:
Facebook @IiMSEAT
Twitter @IiMSEAT

Hannah Patmore

Communications and Behaviour Change Officer

South Essex Active Travel Team

Department for Place

Southend on Sea Borough Council

01702 215249 (Direct) 07788766729 (Mobile)

hannahpatmore@southend.gov.uk

www.southend.gov.uk

 

 



FPN 21 – Cash Handling Process

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 7:18 am

Following the closure of the Lloyds Bank branch at Colchester Campus, we have published new guidance to reflect changes we have introduced as a result.

FPN 21 – Cash Handling Processes – which sets out the requirements for taking/issuing cash and how it should be safeguarded and processed.

We have also issued a FAQ for staff requiring advances for business trips.

Deri

Senior Financial Analyst (Quality Assurance)



East 15 Presents….

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Danielle Karanicholas @ 6:54 am

Full details of East 15’s autumn programme has just been released.  Make sure to get your tickets soon!

 

THE LIVER IN BED TWO: A CASE OF COMPASSIONATE ANXIETY ~ 24-25 Oct

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Directed by Ainslie Masterton

Written by Ainslie Masterton and the cast based on research archive documents by Isabel Menzies Lyth, this is an interactive performance exploring Isabel Menzies Lyth’s field notes on the experiences of nurses and other NHS staff across its 70 year history. East 15 Community Theatre in collaboration with Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, will draw on archival material held in Wellcome Library to create this unique performance.

This performance will be taking place at the Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE. Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis at the Wellcome Collection Reading Room on the day of the performance – please arrive in good time to avoid disappointment! 

Tickets: FREE (Performance Times – 24th Oct: 1pm & 4pm | 25th Oct: 4pm & 7pm)

AGE RECOMMENDATION: 12+ YRS

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 01702 328335.


REVOLUTION ~ 1-3 Nov

A Nice Day for a Revolution

Directed by Fumi Gomez and Franko Figueiredo

“Because things are the way they are, they will not stay the way they are.”                            – Bertolt Brecht

Focusing on relevant and contemporary issues, these never-before-seen works will provoke, inspire and raise the awareness of the audience; be entertained, enlightened and possibly angered by these insightful shows as they examine the world we share.

Both plays will be staged at each performance.

Tickets: Full £10 | £6 Concession

AGE RECOMMENDATION: PLEASE CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE ON +44 (0) 1702 328 335 FOR DETAILS.

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THE DEEP ~ 15-17 Nov

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Directed by Rich Rusk

Gecko Theatre Associate Director, Rich Rusk, will be working with the Physical Theatre actors to create this piece of visual and physical theatre.

An ensemble celebration of imagination, with stories collected throughout time from Stonehenge to The Yangtze River, featuring Norse Mythology, Mayan Sun Gods, Pagan rituals and an inner-city school plagued with mythical beasts, The Deep will uncover the unlimited power of an over active imagination and invite us to consider where stories come from.

Tickets: Full £10 | £6 Concession

AGE RECOMMENDATION: PLEASE CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE ON +44 (0) 1702 328 335 FOR DETAILS

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GADZOOKS! DOCH! ~ 6-8 Dec

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Directed by Ainslie Masterton and Stephen Douse

For this Christmas Music Hall performance we welcome our European friends with their daring cabaret. No difficulties with cultural misunderstanding will ensue.

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Tickets: Full £10 | £6 Concession

AGE RECOMMENDATION: 14+ YRS
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An introduction to the work of Françoise Dolto’ (Open Seminar) – Martina Paglia

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 5:19 am

Friday 2 November 17.00-18.30, Southend Campus, Room TF.2.14

This presentation will introduce the work of Françoise Dolto (1908-1988), the French psychoanalyst who contributed to the field of child psychotherapy with the creation of the Maison Verte de Paris in 1979, a welcome facility halfway between the warmth of a family and the outside world. It provides a service for pre-school children from 0 to 4 accompanied by their parents or carers. The success of this approach has led to the spread of Maisons Vertes across France, Europe and Latin America. Over the last fifty years, Dolto’s work has influenced and inspired a number of practitioners who are concerned with the psychoanalytic understanding of childhood. In France she has contributed greatly to the field of psychoanalysis with her distinctive personality, acute intuition and instinctive knowledge of infancy. Although her work is not much known in Britain, in France Dolto is a more popular and better known psychoanalyst among the general public than Lacan. Outside the English-speaking world she is seen as an authority on child psychoanalysis and of similar stature to Klein, A. Freud and Winnicott.

The Speaker: Martina Paglia is a Registered Clinical and Counselling Psychologist in a Local Authority Children’s Service and private practice in London. Her training is in Clinical, Community and Developmental Psychology. Her studies include models of psychopathology, clinical psychometrics and neuropsychology and in a range of psychotherapies. Her 10-year training qualifies her as a B.Sc. in Developmental Psychology and an M.Sc. in Clinical and Community Psychology from the Salesian Pontifical University of Rome, and an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies from the Tavistock and Portman, accredited by the University of East London. She passed the Licensing Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology, Psy.D at La Sapienza University of Rome. She completed the Foundation Course and the Post-Foundation Course at the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London. Her therapeutic experience covers working with children under5s and their parents, children, adolescents, adults, older adults, couples and families experiencing a wide range of intellectual, emotional and behavioral difficulties.

Entry is free, but you will need to register online https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-seminar-an-introduction-to-the-work-of-francoise-dolto-tickets-50905377354?ref=estw



Yoga and Wellbeing Classes – Southend Campus

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 5:12 am

Please click on link below for Yoga and Well-being class times

Yoga and well-being class

 

 



5 October 2018

Royal Mail Christmas Posting Dates

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Danielle Karanicholas @ 3:41 am

Recommended posting dates for Christmas 2018….. a full list can be found at: royalmail.com/greetings