You are doing the best you can under the current circumstances we’re all facing.
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Best Wishes for the Examination
While you are hard at work, preparing for the examination, we thought we'd share a few tips with you:
Study tip 1: Celebrate small victories
Study tip 2: Start today, not tomorrow (read more here)
Study tip 3: Study in short session of 30-50 minutes with a ten minute break in-between (click here)
Study tip 4: Do simple stretch exercises (click here to see how)
Study tip 5: Join or start a study group
Study tip 6: Drink water regularly (Find out why here)
(Click on each tip to see a short video)
Past news and events
FLY@UP, in collaboration with Student Health Services will be hosting an examination preparation day on the Hatfield campus:
Theme: Exam preparation and mental health awareness (also the effect of cancer on mental health).
Activities: Inflatables (similar to jumping castles), games, henna tattoos and baked goodies
When: Thursday 3 October 2019, 10:30-14:30
Where: Piazza, Hatfield Campus
The Psyche Society will be hosting two exciting fundraisers for extremely good causes.
Deaf Awareness fundraiser: Psyche will be selling baked goods, scrunchies and refreshments to raise awareness for deafness. All proceeds will go to one of our charities that works with and helps teach children who are deaf and have special needs and / or learning disabilities in order for them to be able to pay their staff this year.
Depression and Anxiety fundraiser: Psyche will be selling vegan henna temporary tattoos (no PPD and wash out in 2-3 weeks) as part of their Semi-colon Initiative for awareness towards depression and anxiety-related illnesses. All proceeds will go to the SAVE foundation which deals with suicide and suicide risks.
Come and join in the fun and engage with us as we take this opportunity to make a difference in our own lives and in the lives of the individuals who need us in our community!
Psyche Society has the pleasure of collaborating with the SRC and the Drama Department for The Ripple Initiative’s Mental Health Awareness Day and invites you to be a part of it!
This day will have a Mental Health Awareness silent march during the day (12pm - 1:30pm) where you are invited to stand against the stigma facing mental health in our society. We will be breaking the silence in our student body and marching for productive, inclusive dialogues surrounding mental health and other related issues that students face.
A Mental Health Awareness seminar that evening (5:30pm - 7:30pm) will also be held to give professionals in the psychological fields an opportunity to engage with the student body by providing us with helpful and practical tools to create these productive dialogues. These experts will be helping us better understand mental health issues and answering our questions surrounding them.
10 September 2019
Please watch this spacce - The programme will be added soon.
FLY@UP Wellness days