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24 August 2018

Children use their senses from birth. It is important that we create different opportunities for them to explore and discover the different senses in a variety of ways, to help stimulate their development. Read more…

24 August 2018

Student Ambassador Shannon is studying Early Childhood Studies at ARU; in this blog she discusses how the way children play together changes as they grow. Read more…

28 June 2018

The Advocacy and Group Dynamics module really intrigued me. Not only is it an interesting module but a module which has students reflect on most areas of the health and social care/policy institutions without even knowing it! Read more…

27 June 2018

Prior to starting your social work degree, you must first go through the dreaded, fear-fuelled process that is the interview. Just the thought of having to be interviewed may cause chills to ripple down your spine, but fear not! I have devised a handful of tips to hopefully assist… Read more…

21 June 2018

My journey onto the Social Policy course was not a journey I had ever imagined taking. When I left school in 1992, college and university were most definitely not on my radar. Read more…

1 May 2018

Death and dying is a fact of life and, as nurses, something we can all expect to deal with at some point in our career. How do we manage this as a student nurse on placement? Read more…

30 April 2018

Children will learn most through doing things themselves and being given the opportunity to experience different skills through play. It is important that children are given this opportunity because they are able to develop holistically. Read more…

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