We're delighted to have received the prestigious Silver TEF for Teaching Excellence. Pro Vice-Chancellor Helen James explains what it means for the University #CCCUSilverTEF #TEFresults
Students Zack and Luke tested their knowledge on last night’s episode of Pointless ! See how they got on, watch on BBC iPlayer > [ Ow.ly Link ] #CCCUproud
Students Zack and Luke tested their knowledge on last nights episode of
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Tonight, we're celebrating and saying THANK YOU to our amazing alumni volunteers who have made a fantastic contribution to the life and community here at the University. #TBT to last year's event, which saw Gill Rowland crowned Alumni Volunteer of the Year 2016 for her work as a Canterbury Partnership Teacher. Who will win for 2017? Follow the event hashtag tonight from 7pm tonight on Twitter...
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Tonight were celebrating and saying THANK YOU to our amazing alumni volunteers
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GB Paralympic Skier, Millie Knight, and Triple Olympian Hockey Player, Jen Wilson, attended Canterbury Minilympics this week, taking part in team athletics and giving pupils from ten local schools motivational talks about the benefits of excelling in #sport to encourage #active and #healthy lifestyles.

The annual event is jointly organised by the #CCCU Outreach Team and The King's School ....
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GB Paralympic Skier Millie Knight and Triple Olympian Hockey Player Jen Wilson

Primary school children across Kent go head-to-head at Minilympics

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Thomas Hennessey, Professor of Modern British and Irish History Canterbury Christ Church History Programme has written for the The Independent on his experience taking an insider look at the #DUP
Thomas Hennessey Professor of Modern British and Irish History Canterbury Christ Church

I'm one of the few people who's been allowed an insider look at the DUP – and they're not as bad as you think

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Emily Lauren Aspinall
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Canterbury Archaeological Trust (CAT) has uncovered the footings of the St Augustine’s Abbey precinct wall, dating back to the 14th Century, on the University’s North Holmes Campus.

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Canterbury Archaeological Trust CAT has uncovered the footings of the St Augustines

Archaeological excavation uncovers 14th Century abbey precinct wall

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We’ve loved meeting all our #CCCUopenday visitors today at the Canterbury Campus! But, our favourite visitor has to be Holly who accompanied her family for today’s visit
Weve loved meeting all our CCCUopenday visitors today at the Canterbury Campus
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OPEN DAY at the Canterbury Campus this Sunday! We can't wait to meet everyone! Let us know if you're attending

Here's everything you need to know ahead of your visit > #CCCUopenday
OPEN DAY at the Canterbury Campus this Sunday We cant wait to

Canterbury Campus Open Day this Sunday!

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Christ Church Students' Union is offering lifts to polling stations across Canterbury to anyone in the local area tomorrow. Get in contact with David from the SU, see info below
Christ Church Students Union is offering lifts to polling stations across Canterbury
Today, the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health launches its most recent research report showing singing improves the quality of life for people living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

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Today the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health launches

Academic calling for singing on prescription for respiratory illness

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For those travelling to Canterbury for the #CCCUopenday this weekend, our student ambassadors have selected their favourite happy songs for you to listen to our your way here! Listen on Spotify
For those travelling to Canterbury for the CCCUopenday this weekend our student

Listen to our summer #cccuopenday on your way to Sunday's open day!

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Dr Elaine Brown, Senior Lecturer in Counter Terrorism, discusses tackling cyber bullying in relation to the recent terror attacks.
Dr Elaine Brown Senior Lecturer in Counter Terrorism discusses tackling cyber bullying

Terrorism and cyber hate | Expert comment

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Check out the photos from Friday night's #CCSUball!
Check out the photos from Friday night's CCSUball
Wishing all our students an amazing time tonight at the @christchurchsu #CCSUball! Enjoy celebrating the end of the year. Top acts performing tonight including Scott Mills, Scouting for Girls and more.
Wishing all our students an amazing time tonight at the christchurchsu CCSUball
Cheryl Unsworth
Are you attending the #CCCUopenday on Sunday 11th June? Use our app to get ready for your visit. Check the full programme schedule, create your own personalised itinerary and use the maps to navigate around the campus on the day. Download - APPLE STORE: [ Ow.ly Link ], GOOGLE PLAY: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Are you attending the CCCUopenday on Sunday 11th June Use our app
The The New York Times has just spent 36 hours in Canterbury! Read the article to see how they spent their time in our city. We'd love to know - what are your must-see recommendations for new visitors to Canterbury? Post your suggestions in the comments below
The The New York Times has just spent 36 hours in Canterbury

New York Times - 36 Hours in Canterbury, England

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#CCCU's Professor Mike Weed, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) explores the apparent inability of opinion polls to agree on our opinion, in an #expertcomment today.
CCCUs Professor Mike Weed Pro ViceChancellor Research and Enterprise explores the apparent

The polls are telling us: decisions are made by those who show up! | Expert comment

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Dr Catherine Meehan, Faculty Director of Early Childhood, was interviewed by BBC Radio Kent's Julia George, looking at how the political parties proposed policies on childcare and examining the wider issue of funding early years childcare. Listen to Dr Meehan here (1hr 45mins).

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Dr Catherine Meehan Faculty Director of Early Childhood was interviewed by BBC

Election 2017: Manifestos and manifestations of childhood | Expert comment

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On the 75th anniversary of the first of the Baedeker raids on Canterbury, Dr Martin Watts, Lecturer for the Canterbury Christ Church History Programme and Jordan Newton, a third-year Modern History student, look back at the attack on the City.
On the 75th anniversary of the first of the Baedeker raids on

Baedeker Raids 75 years on | Expert comment

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Bob Richards
Bob Richards