Welcome to all our new students who are starting the great adventure that is known as RPE. As Dave mentioned in the previous post, we did excellently in the NSS again. This is testimony not only to us, but also to our wonderful students.
There are many great ideas and activities you are going to be introduced to throughout the year, but one that thing that makes RPE special is all the extra stuff we get up to: visits, societies, and clubs. Oh and we also have been known to go to the pub once and a while.
One important event that I do want to direct your attention to, which is happening soon and is organised by our friends in history, is Black History Month. There will be two events at FCH, which you might be interested in.
Bonnie Greer 'A Talk on Disruption and Insouciance'
Wednesday 14th October, 6.30-8.00 pm
Gary Younge 'Free at Last: Reclaiming the Lost Stories of Black History'
Tuesday 20th October, 6.30-8.00 pm
Both are at FCH and in TC001.
You can book both events at the SU website
Friday, September 18, 2015
Wednesday, September 09, 2015
Well, after last year's 100% Student Satisfaction in the National Student Survey for Religion, Philosophy & Ethics, and our recent 3rd place in the Guardian League Table, we thought we might have seen our best results: but the new National Survey Data is just out..
You can see below that RPE was rated highly again - and scored 100% overall satisfaction, and the other scores show how happy our students have been. If you want to know just why we rate so highly - visit us at an OPEN DAY - and find out..