Christmas Party at the History Department!

Exciting times at the Department of History @ King’s College London!
It’s that time of year again folks, the Christmas Party!
Mince pies and mulled wine, we can barely contain ourselves!
All undergrads, PGT students, GTAs and members of staff invited! Also a chance to catch up and share what you thought of the past term.
The earlier you get there, the more mulled wine and mince pies available – they run out pretty quickly!

Click ‘Join’ on our Facebook event and let us know you’re celebrating the end of term with us!

A message from our Head of Department, Adam Sutcliffe:

The History Department, in conjunction with the History Society, would like to invite you all to a seasonal end-of-term party we will be holding in the S8 open space on Thursday 4 December from 5 pm to 7 pm. Mince pies and mulled wine will be provided!  All undergraduate and PGT students in the department, as well as GTAs and members of staff, are invited. Although the primary purpose of the event is for us all to enjoy ourselves, it is also a useful opportunity for the Department to gather informal feedback on our teaching and other ways of working. In order to provide a framework for this, the event will start, a few minutes after 5 pm, with a short (c. 10-minute) small-group feedback discussion session, with students breaking out into groups each facilitated by a member of staff. Please arrive at 5 pm for this if you can, as this is an excellent opportunity for us all to share ideas on how to improve our provision at all levels. If you are there at the start you will also be guaranteed to get to the mulled wine before it runs out, which happened very fast last year!

Somerset House by Neha Ravail Khaliq
Skate by Neha Ravail Khaliq

 

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