Under the watchful eye of two doctors, an A&E nurse and an operating theatre technician, the boys took a very hands-on approach to study anatomy. They dressed and acted as surgeons to surgically remove and dissect organs before intubating a 'patient'
Sixth Form pupil Patrick McSwiggan has come joint second in the highly competitive ‘Peter Cane Legal Reasoning Competition’ run by Corpus Christi College, Oxford, with an essay entitled The Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 and its Implications.
Current Upper Sixth pupil, Jamie Baudry had specific reason to celebrate this Easter when he found out that he had been chosen to represent the UK at the world’s largest biology competition for school pupils, organised by the Royal Society of Biology
To start the term with a WOW the science department organised a visit from ‘Fantastiko’ science circus. All the children experienced circus tricks and activities and learnt about the science behind the trick.
In February, a number of Culford pupils from the top maths sets in Fourth Form, Lower 5th and Upper 5th entered the Intermediate Maths Challenge; a very popular competition for pupils across the UK, organised by the UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT).
Pupils from Ardingly College Prep School have been involved in judging the Awesome Book Prize for children’s authors. Launched by Cranleigh Schools this year, the innovative award is designed to honour the best new authors for young readers.
Operating Theatre Live's arrival created quite a buzz as the Theatre was transformed into an operating theatre, giving Year 7 pupils the chance to get hands on and learn all about human biology in the most practical (and graphic!) of ways.
The Science Department was delighted to find out over Easter that Mrs Jan McKernan's 3D model display board of the Fluid Mosaic Model had won first prize in a national STEM classroom display competition.
Taunton School was the venue for the inspirational ‘Skirting Science’ event on Wednesday, organised by women’s group Soroptomists International Taunton, attended by over 200 local Year 9 girls and featuring many local businesses.