The annual Scholars’ Exhibition provides an invaluable opportunity for our Scholars to flex their cognitive muscles and showcase the fruits of their labour. Twenty-three Scholars from the First Form to the Lower Sixth presented their independent research projects, demonstrating the diversity of their interests and commitment to their scholarly pursuits through their thorough research.
A variety of topics were represented, with projects from ‘Memory’ to ‘Murder’ to ‘What Constitutes a Soul?’. Judges of the exhibition, Head of School, Dee (Upper Sixth, Gascoigne) and Ellie (Fourth Form, Swift), had the impossible task of choosing this year’s winners. Dee said ‘I was impressed with how passionate each Scholar was about their subject, engaging in deep discussions about their hypotheses and findings. Ellie and I spoke to all the Scholars individually and were impressed by the extraordinary amount of effort behind each project. We are, therefore, excited to read the upcoming Scholars’ Journal articles where they will have a chance to explore their subjects in greater depth.’
Congratulations to all our Scholars, but particular congratulations go to our winning Scholars: Lottie (Second Form, Gascoigne); Emmeline (Fourth Form, Feilden); and George (Lower Sixth, Vanbrugh) for their research and displays.