The Creative and Critical Review aims to showcase student talent at its most impressive across the whole curriculum. This year's edition again provides a sample of our finest poetry, prose, artwork, photography, musical compositions, mathematical solutions and Extended Projects. Click on the cover of the CCR below to view the pages and on the links below for the full text of the more extended pieces and the sound files or videos for the compositions.
Please scroll down this page to find all of the additional content from the 2016 CCR publication...
Here is a link to Alex’s Kodu IT and Computing game:
Ellie Macleod webpage:
Classics Essay: 'Sunt qui Propertium malint: To what extent is it fair to say that Propertius in book three of the Elegiae executed the features of love-elegy better than Ovid in book three of the Amores?' by Curtis Crowley