The UCAS Fair at the University of Chichester on the 21 & 22 March
Higher Education Fair at the University of Sussex on 23 March
To have your name added and for details of booked time slots, please come to or email Careers: firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 11 February.
Dance Creativity workshop - come and have a go, all welcome!
Every Thursday P4 in the dance studio - Run by the HNC Level 4 dance students Working on finding creative solutions in dance and movement. Looking at peoples individual way of moving.
Politics SocietyThursdays P4 FF07
If you’re interested in politics or have strong views on key issues in our society and would like the opportunity to express your opinions in a calm and fun manner then this is the club for you. Each week there will be a discussion topic on fundamental issues of our society. There will be opportunities to meet influential speakers such as our local MP Sir Nicholas Soames. Refreshments included, and you don’t have to be studying politics to attend. This also looks great on your personal statement if applying to university!
If you're interested in science and would like a chance to meet new people
and have some fun, come along to Science Society on Thursday P4 for interesting
experiments and a break from your usual work. You don't have to be studying a
science. Experiments will be up to popular opinion; this week (Thursday 1st
October) we will be making match-stick rockets, with a prize for whoever can fly
the furthest! Come to the Science corridor (left-hand side of the second floor)
to take part! if you want more information about Science Society go to the Facebook page at Central Sussex College Haywards Heath Science Society. We can't wait to meet
Food and Drink in Class Rooms It is not permitted to take food or drinks into class rooms at any time. This includes chocolate bars, snacks, crisps, cereal bars, sweets, sandwiches, chewing gum, fizzy drinks, juices. Plain, unflavored water is allowed.
Be AWARE of allergies Some students and staff at Haywards Heath suffer from severe and life threatening allergies to nuts and peanuts. In some cases the reaction can be triggered by a the smallest trace - for instance touching something that has previously been touched by someone who has been handling nuts. If you do eat nuts at college, please minimise the danger to others by washing your hands before touching objects which are used by other people - for instance keyboards and door handles.