Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Inside One World Nursey

Supporting our students with parenting responsibilities

Our experienced One World Nursery Team has an abundance of skills and practical knowledge that may be able to help you remotely with tips and advice, especially while the nursery is closed.

Day in the life of a student in lockdown

Day in the life of a student during COVID-19 lockdown

After a competition launched on Facebook to make a short film to present a day in the life during lockdown, we’re pleased to present the winning video.

At home shouldn't mean at risk

Support for those experiencing Domestic Abuse, Online Harassment, Sexual violence or Stalking during COVID-19

The Student Wellbeing Team have recently developed two new COVID-19 wellbeing guides for students, one focused on online harassment and the other on domestic abuse.

International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHoBiT)

IDAHoBiT on 17 May and LGBT+ support during COVID-19

Find out about LGBT+ support during COVID-19 lockdown as we celebrate IDAHoBiT on 17th May with this year’s theme ‘Breaking the Silence’.

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Online survey launched to understand wellbeing during COVID-19

Calling all undergraduates. What impact has COVID-19 had on you and what helps your mental and social wellbeing? These are the key questions in a survey aimed at developing an intervention to assist students in the local area. The project is being led by Dr Clio Berry, Lecturer in Healthcare Evaluation and Improvement at Brighton…

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How to say positive in uncertain times

Sometimes it is difficult to stay positive when there’s a lot on your plate and things aren’t necessarily going your way. This guest blog post by student Lois shares her tips on how best to combat these negative moods.

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Tips for home schooling your children

Sarah Ottewell, deputy manager at the One World Nursery, has written a blog post on her experiences of home schooling during lockdown. She has shared some ideas on trying to make it work for all the family, not being too hard on yourself, and why it’s okay to be just good enough. So, home schooling….

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Observing Ramadan

We’re committed to supporting students who will be observing this holy month.

Mind boost for a positive outlook

Mood Boost for student wellbeing

This free course will help you manage your anxiety, stress and low mood and connect with other students in a safe, caring and supportive space.

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Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week

It aims to raise awareness of sexual abuse and sexual violence, promote healthy discussions, and shine a spotlight on what is normally a very hidden subject.

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