When thinking about Fulston Manor School’s (FMS) Library, the difference in size is striking! It’s within one large room with a number of printed books and has its own app with e-books compared to the large building housing Canterbury Christ Church University’s library, Augustine House.
17th-21st June 2019 is CCCU Staff Wellbeing Week and with the recent launch of the university’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework, it seems that more than ever we are understanding the importance of openness and empathy around mental health (MH). In this spirit, I’d like to talk a little about my own experiences with MH both within and outside of the workplace, and as June is Pride month I’d like to explore the parallels I can draw between existing in this society as an LGBT person, and as someone with depression and anxiety.
Whether you are studying American Cinema, History, Literature, or Politics – the library has books, journals, and databases to suit your needs.
On Friday 9th June 1944, The Kent Messenger reporting on D-day, described Kent as “elated but not exultant at news of beach landings” explaining that the county “had witnessed too much of the grimness of war to exult – yet.”
They can all be cited using Cite them Right. Find out more about the new 11th edition of Cite them Right: the essential referencing guide below:
The front entrance to Augustine House continues to be out use while essential work is carried out. Please use the rear or side access doors during this time.
We will post a further update once access through the front entrance has been restored.