Hannah in Year 12 attended a Geography Masterclass on Environmental Responsibility at Corpus Christi College in Cambridge where she attended a series of lectures and gained an insight into life at Cambridge.
Year 12 student Eve won a place at the Women in STEM conference at Cambridge University. She was selected to take part in the end of conference debate and shares her new view on plastics in her review of the event.
Well done to Team Rampage who won the close fought Race for the Line competition.
Year 7 teams worked to design and make the fastest rocket powered car. Each car used the same size rocket motor and competed over the same track distance. The students considered aerodynamics and ways to reduce the mass of the cars.
Our Year 13 IB students have been submitting their CAS portfolios and blogs for moderation and it’s fabulous to see the wide array of projects they’ve been involved in. Projects have included sport coaching, hiking in the Peak District, arranging a skydive, organising a food bank collection and helping in primary schools…
Year 11 and 12 welcomed student representatives from Queens College, Cambridge who gave them an insight into their studies and life at Cambridge. They also provided some useful tips on the application and interview process.
On 19th March, Students in Years 12 and 13 welcomed back alumna Livvy Edwards to speak about her experiences studying and working in the Film industry. This forms part of a series of ongoing talks by inspirational alumni.
Four budding scientists took part in the Barton Science Competition at Tonbridge School. They were challenged by a series of practical tasks in Biology, Chemistry and Physics that encouraged them to draw on their scientific knowledge to approach unfamiliar problems.