No pain, no gain: year 12 Shreya published
During her work experience last year, Shreya in year 12 carried out some independent research into patient views of online consultations
Speaking of sustainability, it’s time for an update on the eco-committee, who have been busy working towards their Eco-Schools Green Flag award.
Young Enterprise: Urban51
Last newsletter, we introduced you to the Young Enterprise team Pinimals and their enamel pins of endangered flora and fauna. This time, the spotlight is on Urban51 and their DIY customisable facemasks.
Dr Know: alumnae medic mentors
For the past few months, we have been running a Medic Mentor programme between year 11 and 12 students and CLSG alumnae who are currently studying medicine at university. Our students have been in contact over email, receiving lots of helpful advice and tips on applications, university life and more.
The Barbican Zoo: Year 6 try augmented reality
Don't recall seeing Babe on site recently? You're not going crazy. Year 6 have been exploring the possibilities offered by augmented reality in their computer science lessons.
New MedSoc newsletter
The next edition of the MedSoc newsletter is here, put together by year 12 students Farah, Maria, Kaya, Celine and Shreya.
Getting to the heart of it: Cardiologist Dr Varnava’s Founders Day Lecture
In a week where many were having metaphorical heart attacks about the proposed European Super League, our Founders Day lecture was suitably delivered by leading sports cardiologist and CLSG alumna Dr Amanda Varnava, who advises a number of professional football teams including Arsenal, Watford, and Fulham on screening for inherited heart conditions!
Pins with puns: Young Enterprise
The Young Enterprise team Pinimals have been working hard over the past few days to enter the regional competition with their product: enamel pins of endangered animals and plants, designed to spread awareness of those species. As you might have gathered by their name and the wildlife wordplay on their website, Pinimals are also big fans of puns, which is pretty paw-some.
Intermediate maths challenge? No (maths) problem!
Covid 19 could not hinder the brightest mathematical minds of our current year 9 & 10 cohort, who participated in the Intermediate Maths Challenge. Several candidates not only achieved a Gold Certificate, awarded to only the top 6% of entrants, but were also invited to compete in follow-on rounds on 19 March.