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August 2021

Hi everyone!

It's great to see hundreds of OCA students visit and use the site. We've seen student groups being created and loads of you signing up for events!

To join in with these activities you need to be a site member, but please remember that we can only accept signups with your OCA student email. That way we can ensure that only OCA students have access to OCASA Events and Groups. Thank you!

Dan Woodward - Lead Rep

June 2021

My role involves helping to coordinate an annual yearbook to celebrate the achievements of OCA students.

 

This is a new project which we will definitely need some help getting off the ground, so if you have any ideas or would just like to get involved, do let us know!

We’ll post updates regularly on this website, and you can also follow us on social media (the links are at the top and bottom of the page).

Emma A - Social & Comms Rep

Upcoming Events

  • OCA & D&A: Session 1: Dismantling Bias & Celebrating Diversity
    OCA & D&A: Session 1: Dismantling Bias & Celebrating Diversity
    Online workshop
    30 Sep, 12:30 – 13:30
    Online workshop
    This session will explore intersectional diversity and how we can dismantle bias through raising awareness, presenting the benefits and setting a baseline by which positive change can take place.
  • Keeping up Momentum - Chain Reaction with Bryan Eccleshall
    Keeping up Momentum - Chain Reaction with Bryan Eccleshall
    Online two part event
    Multiple Dates
    RSVP
    09 Oct, 10:00 – 12:30
    Online two part event
    In this two-part workshop you will draw on ideas of translation and interpretation to generate new works.
  • OCA & D&A: Session 2: Intersectionality, What Is It & Why Is It Important?
    OCA & D&A: Session 2: Intersectionality, What Is It & Why Is It Important?
    Online workshop
    28 Oct, 17:30 – 18:30
    Online workshop
    This session will provide attendees with an introduction to intersectionality, with a key focus on the variety of structures and identities that make up an educational environment and what this means when creating an inclusive space.
  • OCA & D&A: Session 3: Managing Stress & Anxiety In Education
    OCA & D&A: Session 3: Managing Stress & Anxiety In Education
    Online workshop
    25 Nov, 17:30 – 18:30
    Online workshop
    This workshop focuses on the importance of taking a mindful approach to teaching and learning when managing stress and anxiety.
  • Keeping up Momentum - Peep Show with Hayley Lock
    Keeping up Momentum - Peep Show with Hayley Lock
    Online event
    Multiple Dates
    RSVP
    27 Nov, 10:00 – 12:30
    Online event
    The next two part ‘Keeping up momentum’ session with OCA tutor Hayley Lock is titled ‘Peep Show’, where you will consider ‘the box’ as a mode of escape as well as confinement.
  • OCA & D&A: Session 4: Changing The Way We Understand Disability
    OCA & D&A: Session 4: Changing The Way We Understand Disability
    Online workshop
    16 Dec, 17:30 – 18:30
    Online workshop
    Former NUS Disabled Students Officer Piers Wilkinson shares their own lived experience as a disabled person to discuss how we can change the way we perceive and understand disability
  • OCA & D&A: Session 5: Inclusivity Through Accessibility
    OCA & D&A: Session 5: Inclusivity Through Accessibility
    Online workshop
    27 Jan 2022, 17:30 – 18:30
    Online workshop
    This session will introduce accessible content and design.

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