Congratulations to our Second Form pupils who confidently presented their Independent Research Projects to their teachers and peers. They have been working on these for the past year and, back in September, each pupil came up with a topic of interest and posed a question linked to it.
Questions were diverse and included, ‘how has a bird’s anatomy changed over time?’, ‘what motivates murderers?’ and ‘what is the most profitable use of a hectare of grassland?’. Pupils then set about researching around the question and producing a project. These ranged from posters, to books, to models, to films and even to cake!
Staff were hugely impressed with projects produced after many months of hard work and with the courage Second Form demonstrated when presenting. We hope that the research skills developed will prove useful in years to come.