Cardiff University – Open Day 27th October Kiran, Callum and Jack had a great (but very cold) time at Cardiff University’s Open day this Saturday. The boys took in mini lectures and workshops in optometry, business, economics and accountancy. The optometry lectures actually took place in the same buildings where
Check out some of the extra special treats sold in the canteen during the last week of term.
For year 9 Geography homework pupils had to research an area of coastline affected by erosion. Work produced by Joseph B and Angelika S.
Take a look at the fantastic homework produced by some of our year 7 pupils in term 1 Humanities lessons. This was work set for their Religious Studies project. Chloe L of 7P2 Tommy G of 7P2 In Year 7 Geography pupils could investigate their own fantastic place – some
4 successful geography trips done and dusted this term . . . rivers, rivers and more rivers . . . Year 10 visited Coleshill near Highworth on 3 abnormally sunny days at the beginning of October to investigate the hypothesis “Coleshill is typical of the middle section of a river”.
The last week in September for LPA was languages week where all students were encouraged to take more of an international point of view on the things they were studying. Teachers enjoyed pointing out the international elements of their courses and some year 7 students ended up doing far more
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On Friday 15th September we took some of the Year 12 Higher Performance Academy students to attend the Open Days at Lady Margaret Hall and nearby St John’s College, Oxford. After an informative talk from Alan Rusbridger, Principal and ex Guardian editor, the students had a tour of the college
We are pleased to announce that we are now in a position to launch our bi-annual Sixth Form trip to New York and Washington D.C. for the dates 28th November to 4th December 2019. This trip is only available to year 12 and 13 students (current year 11 and 12).