The Lower School Mathematics Master Class on Tuesday investigated folding paper to form shapes. This creative workshop enabled the participants to build a fantastic rotating image of a 3D box and then to start on a rainbow flower or a pop up pyramid. The girls were enthusiastic about the activities and interested in how a 2D net came alive as a moving 3D sculpture. The workshop was enjoyed by both our Mathematics academic scholars and girls from a variety of maths sets working together.
‘How does a lion get its Vitamin C?’, ‘Which is more powerful: word or image?’, ‘What are your views on the voting age for the referendum on leaving Europe?’ These were just some of the questions posed by external subject specialists to our students undertaking mock Oxbridge interviews this week. Prior’s Field’s Oxbridge Coordinator and Head of History Dr Goldsmith comments, ‘The evening provided them with good practice for the real thing and useful feedback on how they can put themselves across to the greatest advantage at interview.’
A gallant team of First, Second and Third Formers debated the motion ‘This House Would Make All Schools Co-educational’ at Ibstock Place School, Roehampton on Thursday, as part of the London Junior Debating League. Thanks to Sixth Formers who participated as judges.
Fourth Form Drama students visited Weydon School for a performance by Paper Birds Theatre Company on Thursday.
Upper Sixth Art students participated in a print workshop at Ochre Studios, Guildford on Wednesday.
The Third Form were inspired by some of the latest innovations in home and design technology, on Friday’s visit to the Ideal Home Exhibition.