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Showing items for tag Supporting Careers in STEAM

  • 19/07/22

    Year 10 Physics students collaborate with other schools in STEM challenge

    A group of Year 10 Physics students collaborated with students from other local schools to explore the science behind a slinky drop as part of a STEM club challenge.
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  • 12/07/22

    Bohni’s Science writing is published in Imperial College magazine 'I, Science'

    Congratulations to Bohni (Year 10) whose article Looking for joy? Find some fear won the I, Write competition run by I, Science, a science magazine published by Imperial College. 
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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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  • 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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  • 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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