EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) is an option for Sixth Formers who are keen on doing research. Those Year 13 students who took the EPQ have made great achievements in their own chosen projects, and they shared their findings in the EPQ exhibition, which was successfully held last week on Tuesday evening.
The students demonstrated their interests in a wide range of academic fields, including literature, art, history, science and ethics. They also demonstrated their exceptional strengths in presenting ideas and explaining things. The event has attracted a number of people including students, teachers, and parents. All the guests were fascinated by the passion of EPQ students, as they asked questions about the subjects on display.
One of the students, Amber C, said: “If you pick a topic that you love, it’s an enjoyable experience, and you just need to make sure you stick to your deadlines.” Rowan C added: “It’s important to sustain your research over a long period of time and keep it going.”
Jamie W, Year 13
Last Tuesday, the Physics Department held a carousel of the required practical experiments needed at A Level, including ones that may only be touched upon