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Drama Rehearsals

This week Year 11 Drama students returned to the Arundel Centre to rehearse their monologue performances in preparation for their final performance assessments.

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EPQ News – “The Director’s Complex”

The EPQ course is a fantastic opportunity for students to follow their intellectual curiosity and extend their subject skills beyond their A level syllabi. Alongside the research essay, candidates can choose to make an ‘artefact’, which can be a joint endeavour.

In a Channing first, Lily Bea Howe and Hannah Schlenker had a dramatic vision and decided they would like to make a play!

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Teachers as Learners – Ms Melvin

This week, in the last of our series about Teachers as Learners, Lily Bea interviews Ms Melvin from the Classics Department about her experience of studying for a taught Masters and MPhil at Columbia in New York. 

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STEM Week – Careers News

STEM Week had an inspirational start with a talk from Dame Mary Archer, current Chair of the Science Museum, President of Addenbroke’s charity and Chancellor of the University of Buckingham.

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World Book Day

This week we were lucky enough to welcome two award-winning authors to speak to pupils virtually as part of our World Book Day celebrations.

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Classics Society News – EPQ Presentations

When journalists make casual references to the Classics, does this help or hinder our understanding of the texts or figures in question? Lily Blue explored this issue in her deeply thought-provoking EPQ, which she presented at Classics Society last Tuesday.

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EPQ News

Despite or possibly in defiance of the disruption to their education this year, more Year 13 students than ever before have seen their Extended Projects through to completion

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Teachers as Learners – Ms Mackie

This week Lara interviewed Ms Mackie (Art) about her experience as a learner. She gives a fascinating insight into her experience of being a learner via her MA in Design in Social Innovation and Sustainable Futures. 

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Law and Languages

As part of Languages Week in a ‘Law and Languages’ session for Year 9, Ms Pavlopoulos interviewed Melanie Willems, Head of International Arbitration at Haynes Boone, a major US firm.

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