Year 13 marked the end of their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) today with an Upper School Lunch and EPQ celebration.
After a delicious lunch, a number of students spoke about their projects, which included research into why BAME women are more likely to die in childbirth in the UK; sustainability and the creation of a website to explore two cities’ approaches to this topic, and a comparison between the Civil Rights Movement and the Black Lives Matter Movement. Each of the speakers also shared their tips for undertaking the EPQ, as well as the advantages of the qualification, including lower university entry requirements.
After a toast to Year 13 for completing their projects, the rest of Upper School, along with staff members, had the chance to talk to Year 13 about their work, as well as look at this year’s projects. Previous projects were also on display, some of which can also be seen here.