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Extra-curricular


GREEN – External Clubs

The English Department are offering the following school trip’s:-

London Model United Nations (November)

Romeo and Juliet (November)

Romeo and Juliet Workshops (Spring)

Romeo and Juliet Trip to Globe (Spring)

Year 8 Debate Club

The Science Department are offering the following this academic year:-

Engineering day at National Space Academy/5th November/all day/WLL & Technician also attending + all Y12 pupils/off-site.

Medical Talk (Year 11, 12 and 13) - King's College London (in-house)

Christmas Lectures - in-house (Christmas Fayre) (top-performing Year 9, 10 and 12 Science students)

Spectroscopy in a Suitcase - UCL - in-house (6th formers and MEA)

Spectroscopy Day (Year 13) - UCL - UCL campus (6th form - independent)

Spectroscopy Day (Year 12) - UCL - UCL campus (6th form - independent)

Christmas Chemistry Lab - in-house (6th formers and MEA, LEN)

Daniel Lecture - Y12/13 – Kings College London - October

Explore Kings College London – Y12 – MEA - January

Race for the Line – Year 7 (all the year group) – WLL – Feb-March

TFL innovate competition – Y12/13 – CRN

Discover Science Day, Kings College London – Y9/10 – MEA

Chemistry Lab Skills Workshop – May – Y9/10 – MEA

Y9 Engineering masterclasses nominations will be organised in November. This will involve going into Y9 assembly and introducing it with a pupil who did it last year. The pupils will be asked to produce some research on an engineering project. The best 5 research projects will be nominated for the masterclasses and 4 of those will go on to complete them on Saturdays. This is coordinated by the Royal Institution and led by engineering companies.

Y11/12/13 pupils are encouraged to attend Friday lectures at University College London. The Science Centre Lectures are free lectures on a range of scientific subjects for sixth form students and their teachers. There is usually a lively Q&A session at the end of the talk. Sixth form & fifth form (year 11) students are welcome with or without a teacher and do not need to book. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/physics-astronomy/outreach/science-lectures