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Recent UpdatesMay 2017

News Stories: Dignissimas awarded

This morning's assembly saw six dignissimas awarded.

Three students received the award for their Extended Studies projects.

Harriet Crompton received her award for her Extended Project dissertation. Mrs Costello-Kelly comments; 'Harriet completed an inspiring and strikingly original piece of work focused on her dance performance ‘The Struggle for Survival’. She worked independently throughout and in putting together this piece she demonstrated imagination, dedication, superb time management and organisational skills as well as developing her choreography. The accompanying write up and presentation were also completed to a very high standard.’

Tom Smart also received a dignissima for his dissertation on the subject of Tau proteins and their role in the development of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Mrs Costello-Kelly notes: 'Tom worked in a highly independent manner to produce a piece of work which was well-structured, meticulously researched and discussed biochemical concepts which were of a high undergraduate level.’

News Stories: Understanding adolescent girls

King Edward’s is pleased to welcome back Lorraine Lee tomorrow evening to give the second of this term’s presentations entitled ‘Understanding adolescent girls’. With three children herself and a background in Child Psychology, Positive Parenting Training and Child Development, Lorraine is passionate about informing, equipping and supporting everyone who has a role in the lives of children and young people. Training offers dynamic and inspirational training for parents, teachers, practitioners, children and young people from early years right through to college. The event is open to all current parents and will be held in the Hospitality Suite at 7.00pm.

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