THREE soccer-mad schoolgirls from St Peter's Comprehensive, South Bank, paid a visit to Ayresome Park as part of their sports and leisure studies programme in December 1988.
What does LS stand for?
LS stands for Leisure Studies
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of Florida) and Singleton (recreation and leisure studies, Dalhousie U.
Staff and students also did their bit for Children in Need raising pounds 827; the Christian Union took part in the Operation Christmas Child shoebox appeal, filling them with gifts for children overseas; the Islamic Society raised more than pounds 208 at Eid of Sacrifice for Islamic Relief's Flood Appeal; a Race Night run by A-Level Leisure Studies students raised pounds 1,151 and the college's annual "Hamp(st)ers" campaign is currently inviting staff and students to make up hampers for young people who will have little or no contact with family over Christmas.
I'd already got a BTech in leisure studies, something I began studying when I was a trainee at Cardiff, and I went on to get a National Diploma.
The students had to plan and deliver a charity event as part of their leisure studies course.
Alexander who holds a master degree in European Leisure Studies is editing the final draft of his PhD thesis titled "Serendipitous encounters in spaces of hospitality.
He is scheduled to graduate next December with a bachelor’s degree in sport and leisure studies.
TyneMet caters for 13,000 students in four specialist curriculum centres ( business and technology, professional care and education, creative and leisure studies, and cultures and sciences.