As mentioned, I have been accepted to undertake a PGCE course at The Faculty of Education in Cambridge. I also had to apply to a college and naturally picked my old alma mater, Girton, four miles from the Faculty of Education.
However, I have discovered if I am lucky enough to get a parking space at all, it will be my college which allocates it to me.
Jenny suggested that I might like to drive an hour and a quarter through the rush hour to a hostel which Girton owns then cycle the remaining two miles.
To which I reply, “What kind of friend are you, Jenny?”
Dan thought I might be able to drive from home to the next town, park there, then take the (very) leisurely train ride to Cambridge, then walk.
Dan, henceforth you are a stranger to me.
Instead, I Google Homerton College, well-known for its links with the Faculty of Education. Although I have arrived here with a specific query about car-parking, their website convinces me that Homerton is where I should have applied to in the first place. They are impressively geared-up to support PGCE students.
Just how difficult is it going to be to swap colleges?
“How could Sarah have vanished so completely?”
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