Everybody has a preferred learning style. When students know and understand their own learning style it helps them to learn more effectively and it enables teachers to better structure classroom activities.
Dr Sally Stephens comments on the controversial national curriculum arguing that there is an over-emphasis on learning facts at the expense of scientific literacy.
As Year 11 students begin to think about their final year of secondary schooling their focus turns to the leadership of the School. Head of Gibson House and Year 11 Co-ordinator, Mrs Hazel Boltman, explains the preparation and guidance given to the girls at this important time.
Ms Natalie Smith, Director of International Studies discusses ways of developing globally agile and culturally flexible students who can appreciate the diversity and connectedness of the world.