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  • 07/06/22

    Upcycled picnic blankets showcased in the House of Commons

    Following on from Soha and Aditi’s collaboration with students in the Bahamas, a project was rolled out to STEM club in which over thirty students from years 7 – 10 upcycled crisp packets to create more blankets. 
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  • 28/04/22

    Students collaborate with STEM Club in the Bahamas to co-create sustainable gifts to present to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and First Lady Ann Marie Davis of the Bahamas

    Aditi and Soha (Year 12) who were part of a team that was placed third in the 2021 BIEA International STEM Youth Innovation Competition, collaborated with students from the FEM STEM Club in the Bahamas to create sustainable picnic blankets as gifts to raise awareness of climate change. 
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  • 29/03/22

    Coders win South East final of the CyberFirst Girls Competition

    Congratulations to Miranda, Lizzie, Jingwen and Emily in Year 8 who won the South East final of the CyberFirst Girls Competition in February.  Run by the National Cyber Security Centre (part of GCHQ), the competition attracted 6000 teams and aims to support and inspire girls interested in a car...
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  • 22/03/22

    From detecting DNA to designing a sustainable greenhouse – a celebration of Science

    TGS celebrated Science Week with a wide range of activities that included a ‘Four Day DNA Technology Series’ supported by the Royal Society, measuring trees in the school grounds for the Treezilla research project, designing a greenhouse from sustainable materials as part of our Marvello...
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  • 15/03/22

    An inspirational visit from Professor Sophie Scott C.B.E. on International Women’s Day

    We were delighted to welcome Professor Sophie Scott C.B.E, of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, to TGS to mark International Women’s Day.  She has an interest in the neural basis of vocal communication - how our brains process the information in speech...
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  • 18/11/21

    A Royal Society funded project, in academic partnership with Dr Hearn (King's College London), provides students with high level research opportunities using university-standard technical equipment

    A STEM project that was submitted to the Royal Society by Dr Emmanuel, Teacher of Biology and STEM Co-ordinator, was recently approved and provides TGS students with £3,000 of university-standard technical equipment. 
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  • 02/11/21

    Interdisciplinary Science project challenged all Year 12 students to investigate ‘Travel’.

    A key focus of the IB Diploma is providing students with opportunities to use their knowledge in an interdisciplinary way in real life situations to solve global problems.   
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  • 21/10/21

    DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD PACKAGING WINS STUDENTS 3RD PLACE IN INTERNATIONAL STEM COMPETITION

    Team Quadrifolium, that included Aditi and Soha in Year 12, won third place in the BIEA International 2021 STEM Youth Innovation Competition. 
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  • 06/09/21

    Competition-winning Periodic Table takes pride of place in the Science department

    A Periodic Table designed by year 12 students Jess, Eloise, Renée and Beth has recently been put on display in the Science Department. It was designed as part of a competition run by the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2019 to celebrate the 150...
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