Sarum College News

Sarum Pause for Reflection: Re-Imaging

Reflection “Look! someone’s changed one of the stars on the war memorial,” my walking-companion pointed out to me: “they’ve painted it blue, and added continents to make it Planet Earth – and spikes to turn it into a SARS-CoV-2 virion.” The … Read more

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End of an Era

It is with a heavy heart that we say a fond farewell to our dear friend and colleague Linda Cooper who joined the small staff of Sarum College on 18 September 1995 as PA to the Principal following her end … Read more

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Azariah France-Williams: Book Launch- Ghost Ship

We are excited about the release of his new book, Ghostship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England, which is available via SCM Press from 10 July 2020, and at a discounted price of £15.99 until 30 July 2020.  So that … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Living in the Present

Reflection ‘Keep looking at the blue cross!’ urged the technician checking my eyesight with a new bit of tech. A lull in Cov19 restrictions had made for a chance to catch up on a routine eye test – and journey … Read more

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Sarum College Re-Opening Update (July 2020)

Dear friends It gives me great pleasure to announce that Sarum College will re-open to the public on 1 August 2020.  Visit this page for an overview of our enhanced cleaning and safety measures. From the day the buildings closed in March, our academic team … Read more

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Sarum College Blog: A Piece From Former Principal Keith Lamdin

I guess lockdown has given all of us a chance to slow down and become more aware, not only of the world around us, but of our own thoughts and feelings.  One of the things I have been doing is … Read more

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Lock-Down Poetry: On the Fifth Sunday of Lock Down by Andy Delmage

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Andy Delmage | | At St Bede’s we have gathered on Sunday mornings with people using a mixture of Zoom and phones and developed a simple and participative … Read more

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Sarum Pause for Reflection: Be the best

Reflection No-one tells bees to make a bee-line for a thistle.  They just ‘know’ where to go.  With most volunteers barred (why?) from working in the countryside, there are plenty of thistles around this summer.  A few thistles in a … Read more

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Lock-Down Poetry: Poems in a Time of Covid-19

A Contribution to our poetry series on the Sarum College Blog, by Rachel Mann | | Poetry has a discipline, intensity and – this is not to be dismissed! – a brevity which meets our restless hearts with balm. As … Read more

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Keith Elford Appointed Leadership Programme Leader

Keith Elford, a leadership expert with 20 years experience supporting leaders to make sustainable and transformative changes in their organisation, has been appointed* programme leader for leadership learning at Sarum College, starting 1 October. The current programme leader, Tim Harle, … Read more

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