NOTICES, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND CLINICS

11th October 2021

 

 

DEVICE BANK
A group of L6 boys are collecting unused laptops to be donated to refugees in the local area. If you have an old laptop or an old phone (iphone 6 equivalent and above) please could you bring it to the Bell room, either this week or the week after half term.

THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY SOCIETY – Tuesday 12th October
4.30pm-5.30pm in Seminar Room (Library)
Sami Haroon and James Moffat will be presenting on ‘The mind-body problem: Nature of the soul’ and there will be discussion with other Religious Studies students from Kimberley College.

ENGLISH SOCIETY – Wednesday 13th October
1.00pm in R2
All are invited to hear Ethan Whitlock give a talk to the English Society on the Romantics.

YEAR GROUP ASSEMBLIES – Wednesday 13th September
There are TWO Year Group Assemblies this week. Lower Sixth will be in the Great Hall and Upper Sixth will be in the Erskine May Hall.

FILM STUDIES SOCIETY AND ECKERSLEY SOCIETY- Friday 15th Oct
1.00pm in R2
Please come to hear Sami Hundal talk to a joint meeting of the Film Studies Society and Eckersley Society, on Friday.
‘British black history through film: the ‘Small Axe Series’, directed by Steve McQueen.’
All year groups welcome.

GEOGRAPHY SOCIETY – Friday 15th October
1.10-1.40pm in the Seminar Room
The inaugural talk of the academic year will take place on Friday. Tom Herbert and Gabz Mann will be discussing ‘the human causes of and direct impacts of climate change’. This talk is specifically aimed at those in the 4th, Remove and 5th Form – though all are more than welcome to attend.

POETRY RECITAL – Wednesday 17th November
6.30-7.30pm in the Library
‘Poetry Reading for All’: all boys and staff are also invited to submit a poem that they love and want to read aloud at our evening poetry recital on Wednesday, 17th November, from 6.30 to 7.30pm in the library. Poems to be 30 lines or fewer and titles to be emailed to Ethan Whitlock so he might compile a running order; bring your poem along on the evening and be ready to read. 

 

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