Monday 9 January / Friday 13 January

9 January

Today we had Erica’s lesson and we did warm up with one game Let’s…. Yes Let’s! Then Erica work with groups…the first was Rear Window with Robyn and Ebony but Ebony wasn’t in college because she was ill. The second group was Psycho with Henry and me….and the third was Rope with Jamie-Leigh, Max, Matthew, Ami and Kieran (Kieran wasn’t in college because he was ill….so Henry was his sustitute for the performance). My performance with Henry did go well we learn our script but we need to work more but we will getting there. The only problem that I have is to work more on my dictation. Later we did start to watch the film Rear Window but we didn’t finished to watch everything. During the film Erica did took one person at the time to talk with her in her office about our avaliation. Before lunch I did go to the Library and study english and some research about my Task 3 and 4.

10 January

Today we had Choir with Paul and we start a new song about Movie (everything about our commission) “The Rainbow Connection” from “The Muppet Movie”. I don’t sing to well, but it’s allways a challenge for me but I have to listen the music and practice more. Next we had Directed Study and I took the opportunity to research more about the Task3 & Task4 about Award Winning Cinema. Later in Erica’s lesson we did watch the film Rear Window but Erica did the same like yesterday (9th January) and she did talk with everybody but she still talk with Ebony and Jamie-Leigh. I did like the film was a great film but from the start about 20 or 25 minutes was really boring but the it gets more and more interesting and by the end it’s a great story. It’s a film that have 40, 50 or even 60 year and still have the suspense and it’s amazing that we still watch Hitchcock films. Later I did go to the library and I had finished my research but I had to organize more and putting on WordPress. And I did research more about the characters and I did found that Janet Leigh the amazing actress who did Mary Crane from Psycho she’s the mothes of Jamie Lee Curtis…and it’s really amazing to carry on with Janet Leigh legacy…but she died in 2004.

11 January

In Lynn’s lesson we did talk about Diction. And that was important for me. We did said some of our lines that we have struggle to say the line.

“Tip of the tongue and teeth of the mouth” – was a exercice to say the words and the sound of the words with the help of the tongue.

We talk the different sound of the words and the American accent and the difference with the British accent.

I did enjoy this lesson because is something important for me expecially because I’m foreign language and to know the sound and to repite the word is good. It’s get better for me the more I practice, better will sound.

Later I did go to the Library and try to finish the Task3 and Task4.


12 January

Today in Employability we did search jobs on Indeed, Monster or Jobs24. Basicly we had to be on pairs and my partner was Kieran and I had to search any jobs for Kieran in his area (Ely)…and Kieran had to search any jobs for me in my area (Bury St. Edmunds).

Kitchen Assistant
Nowton Court / Heritage Manor – Bury St. Edmunds IP29

Ki tc hen Assistant/Front of House (Part time)

To cover shifts as required, including occasional weekendsShifts are usually between five and seven hours to cover the hours of 9.00 – 18.00, however there may be some earlier and late shifts required on occasions.Previous experience within a kitchen and dining room environment with a hospitality bias is preferable, but on the job training will be provided.Some flexibility of duties is required as cover in other departments such as housekeeping may be required to cover sickness and holidays.

Please ask for Rosemary Lawson on 01284 846835 for more information.

Job Type: Part-time

Job Location:

  • Bury St. Edmunds IP29

Required education:

  • Secondary education

Required experience:

  • Kitchen: 2 years



Floor staff

Corn Exchange – Bury St Edmonds

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Closes 30-01-2017
Contract type Part-time
Pay rate £7.00 per hour rising to £7.25 on completion of training
Number of hours per week 12
Shifts may include Variety of shifts across the week



Kitchen staff

The Corn Exchange – Bury St Edmonds

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Closes 14-01-2017
Contract type Part-time
Pay rate £7.25 per hour rising to £7.50 on completion of training
Number of hours per week Flexible
Shifts may include Variety of shifts across the week



Cleaning Staff
City Facilities Management (UK) Ltd – Ely CB7
£7.20 an hour – Part-time


Cleaners – Temporary Contract (Until 28/02/2017)

The job will include working with chemicals, machinery and on occasions dealing with clinical waste. Other essentials for this job are reliability and the flexibility to work outside usual hours on occasion. In return the company will be considerate of family commitments offering flexible working where possible. Full uniform provided. Family Friendly policies, discounted meal allowance and opportunity for progression.

The hours of work will be as follows:

18 hours per week – Ref C055539

Sunday 07.00-10.00 am

Monday 06.00-09.00 am

Tuesday 06.00-09.00 am

Wednesday 06.00-09.00 am

Thursday 06.00-09.00 am

Friday 06.0-09.00 am

Saturday OFF

Please send a blank email to us. You will receive an automated email directing you to our online application form. Please ensure you include the vacancy reference and store name when completing the online application form.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £7.20 /hour





Customer Experience Assistant
William Hill – Ely
£7.20 an hour

Would you like Tea or Coffee with that?

No, this isn’t an ad for a coffee shop – although with 2,400 shops in the UK, you could be forgiven for thinking that. In fact, for our customers, coming into a William Hill shop isn’t just about placing a bet and picking up their winnings, it’s knowing they’ll get great customer service from a friendly face and maybe even the odd tea or coffee. 

We’re looking for Customer Experience Assistants for our shopsYou’ll need to talk to our customers about what we do ­– but don’t worry if you’re not sure about your nap from your nailed on just yet, we’ll give you all the training you’ll need.

Happy working in a team or on your own you’ll show pride in your work, making sure the shop always looks the part, and open to taking on more and more responsibility (like opening up and closing down).

Perks of the job 

  • You’ll have plenty of chances to progress and we’ll support you in taking the next steps in your career – either Shop Manager or into a Head Office role.
  • There’s a whole pack of benefits, including an extra day off on your birthday, high street discounts and subsidised travel.

Essential skills/behaviours If you’re over 18, go ahead and apply. We look forward to hearing from you.



McDonald’s Franchise MPJ Enterprises Ltd – Ely CB6

Recruiting for the new McDonald’s to be opened on Ely Leisure Centre on Downham Road,Ely – opening 15th March 2017.


Join us and you’ll become part of a crew, or a team, that works together to provide the best quick service, family restaurant experience – by far. If you’ve visited one of our restaurants before, you’ve probably got some idea of what’s involved in working here. But you might not realise the variety and scope of the role.A franchised restaurant is a restaurant operated by a local business person trading under the McDonald’s name. Currently over half of our restaurants in the UK are franchised but from a customer point of view there’s no difference. For employees there will be minor differences between a company and a franchised restaurant.To join us as a Crew Member you’ll need to be confident in approaching and dealing with diverse groups of people. Friendly, courteous and helpful behaviour will come naturally to you and you’ll work well as part of a team.You’ll also need to understand the importance of maintaining high standards of quality and service as well as cleanliness. The ability to maintain high energy levels whilst working both efficiently and productively is essential. Finally, your appearance should be smart and clean.You will receive training on the equipment used in the cooking of our products, procedures to be followed, health and safety and food hygiene. Previous experience in a similar industry is an advantage but not necessary for the right person with a willingness to learn, who can work under pressure in a fast paced environment.

Job Type: Part-time

Job Location:

  • Ely CB6

Customer Service Assistant
One Stop Stores Limited – Ely CB6
£7.20 an hour

Owned by Tesco Plc, but operated as a separate business, One Stop Stores are an ambitious organisation, with growth plans over the next 5 years that will see us opening new stores across the country. We currently have over 750 stores across England and Wales and are looking for Customer Service Assistants.

As well as working for a company that is committed to investing in your future and the future of the brand, you will work in a culture that is friendly, fun and where our colleagues feel proud of their role in their community. You will really have a great place to work.

If that’s not enough, working for One Stop offers a vast range of benefits, such as:

  • Discounts in stores
  • A market leading holiday package
  • A commitment to your career development
  • Community involvement and charity work

To apply to join a store near you, please click apply below to send us your details, and we’ll be sure to be in touch

If sufficient applications are received One Stop Stores Ltd reserve the right to close this vacancy at any time



Cleaning Operative
TC Facilities Management – Ely
£7.20 an hour

We are currently seeking a Cleaning Operative to work within a local supermarket in the Ely area to deliver on site cleaning to specifications and standards within Health and Safety guidelines, policies and procedures. Previous cleaning experience is preferred but not essential as full training will be given.

You will be required to work 26 hours per week over 6 days.



In Han’s lesson we didn’t saw the rest of the Frankenstein (just 10 minutes left) and the story it gets more interesting. The scene that made me completly insame was when the monster talk with his creator to create a female monster for him and for they could live far away from the HUMANS and the creator Victor promised to the monster that he will made her…and when the creator made a female monster, the monster falls in love with her saiyng that she is very beautiful. But the creator had kill her. On his wedding day (Victor and Elizabeth) Elizabeth want to be touched but Victor walks away to kill the monster and promise her that he will be back…but the monster is already in the room ! He confronts Elizabeth saiyng everything that Victor did for him and she tells the monster to being friends but he abuse her and then kill her in front of Victor who walks in when the monster abuse her and the kill her. Basicly Victor promise a female for the monster but he kill her so the monster made the Victor’s promise and we touch her but then kill her because Victor kills his love. But the estructur of the stage was brilliant because the stage is a circule and moves and when they want to change of the scene it’s like growing up….




13 January 2017

Today we warm up with the year 2 and level 2 production…and we did some games about trust.

In Helena’s lesson we start to do the dance routine for our performance about Movies. And for the begginning was difficult for me to learn some poses from Hitchcock but then we practice and practice I think it’s getting there. On this dance routine we have to wearing suits like Alfred Hitchcock. In Erica’s lesson we did practice more about our script and we talk about the chotles who his going to wear what…. For me I have to be wearing a dress and hills for the character.


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