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Preparation for starting with BAPP

Monday, 16 March 2020

Community Skypes

We are adding some 'community Skypes' as a response to the current news and changes and the isolation that they move towards. These are Skypes we can orchestrate through my (Adesola's) blog but they are for you to talk to each other informally, share ideas about the course but also larger approaches or challenges to your practice.

They are to keep in touch and support each other as the BAPP (and MAPP) community.
The first on will be
Thursday 19th March 7pm (time in London) 
Comment below if you will join. 


  1. Hi Adesola, i would like to attend this Skype please

  2. Hey Adesola. I would please like to join this skype! x

  3. Hello, Please would I be able to attend the Thursday 19th March session at 7pm. Thanks, Alison

  4. Hello,

    I would like to be added to this skype.

    Many Thanks
    Olivia x

  5. Hi can I be added to this please. Will try my best but may be disrupted throughout as it's a difficult time. Thanks

  6. The majority of tonight's chat was attempting to tie up everyone's loose ends across all modules.

    We discussed the correct way to build a bibliography (for myself on module one!)

    In the current climate we'd like to know whether students can claim ESA (jobseekers)? As we're part-time does anyone know if it's possible?
    We also talked about how it will also be incredibly hard for us all to work at the same standard we have been. If we get sick ourselves or have to care for family members, what protocols do we have to follow in terms of submitting work on the BAPP course?

    We also discussed the idea of a talent exchange, we felt we were nearing deadlines therefore wanted to put this first.

  7. Thank you for sharing Olivia- sounds like it was a good discussion! I think for ESA you are perhaps eligable if you work under 16 hours per week? I may be completely wrong but it's worth looking into! I've recently done a blog post which talks a little bit about ethics, especially in the current climate of the COVID-19 outbreak: