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10/06/21

Retweetd From HCACP DofE

There's always a huge range of jobs to do on the farm! https://t.co/BQ0Czb2M7Q

10/06/21

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An epic hike to the top of Skirrid - fantastic achievement team! https://t.co/gEtLvWsU47

09/06/21

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Planting flowers for a wedding in September! We hope the bride and groom have a lovely day and enjoy seeing the flowers in bloom. https://t.co/jQUXUh5UQv

08/06/21

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Made it to the top! Aiming high and with determination and courage achieving success. Looking forward to our first full day at Jamie's Farm! https://t.co/1KdyJOKsL9

07/06/21

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Arrived at Jamie's Farm and having our welcome meeting. Preparing to be farmers for the week! https://t.co/CVgdXbZe78

05/06/21

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Great to see so many students hard at work today at the table tennis half term camp. 🏓 https://t.co/xWwS3SJwiy

28/05/21

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Ecstatic to complete our incredible DofE Bronze Practice expedition. Great effort from the three teams! 👊💪 https://t.co/lUkUIGWPTY

28/05/21

The HCACP newsletter for May 2021 is now available https://t.co/Kt7Wm74upw https://t.co/ppz8n2Ldug

28/05/21

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All smiles for another successful day on our DofE Bronze Practice Expedition https://t.co/3akRODrdvk

28/05/21

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Delighted to have the first athletics meet in nearly 2 years today. Nice to see that the sprinters have not lost it. A clean sweep in the 100m today. Well done Kacey, Ava and Gift. https://t.co/W0cVcrl0NJ

28/05/21

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Great to see our fantastic and courageous year 9 students on their DofE expedition! We are really proud of your commitment! - Ms Owusu & Ms Feilden https://t.co/ypbOhr4Ltp

27/05/21

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Made it to our campsite at Frylands Wood! https://t.co/yQVNkDuSMu

27/05/21

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All this week Croydon University Hospital are running a walk in vaccine clinic Come along for your first dose of -19 vaccine if you are: - Over 30 - A frontline health/social care worker - AND haven’t had your first vaccine dose yet 24- 31st May, 8am-7pm, Shirley House https://t.co/hfTQTBIiXW

27/05/21

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We're running a walk-in clinic at the Phoenix Community Centre on Friday 28th May from 4.00pm -7.00pm. If you're over 40, a frontline health & care worker, or in an 'at-risk' groups & haven't been vaccinated, you're welcome to attend. No appointment needed. https://t.co/VISuB6vm9v

27/05/21

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Another hard fought win on the road for the basketball academy against our good friends from The Norwood school. https://t.co/cOUOUacZNc

25/05/21

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Today it was the turn of the Yr8 boys football and girls rugby teams to get back to business. Thank you and for the fixtures. https://t.co/10zLLkD9Rw

25/05/21

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The year 7 girls and 8 boys basketball teams were in action tonight. 2 fantastic team performances. Thank you and for the fixtures. https://t.co/DVsqIV0qj0

25/05/21

Year 10 Updates from HCACP. Work experience and Mock exam timetable. https://t.co/MdvsT983x2

22/05/21

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Our campsite in Frylands Wood. Time to get packing away soon! https://t.co/qqZ8pUlrq2

22/05/21

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Cooking pancakes for breakfast on the trangia stoves! Getting ready for another successful (and hopefully sunny) day on our Bronze practice expedition. https://t.co/yLlWBk88kc

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Posted on March 8th 2016

Harris Experience Advanced Students visit The Royal Society

Recently, a group of ‘Harris Experience Advanced’ Year 12 Scientists, including myself, were lucky enough to be invited to attend some lectures at world-renowned scientific organisation, The Royal Society. These were held at the Royal Society’s glorious and historic premises in central London, and were preceded with a tour of their building; host in years gone by to the likes of Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking, and many other icons of science.

The first event we attended was delivered by Professor Katherine Willis, Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and introduced by The President of the Royal Society, Sir Venkatraman Ramakrishnan. This lecture was called ‘Genes to Beans- Polyploidy on a Plate’ and held on the 11th February 2016. When we arrived, we were greeted by the kind members of staff from the Royal Society and given an insightful tour of the premises. We were given the opportunity to part-take in a mini Q&A session on the history and cultural aspects of the organisation before entering the lecture room and receiving the talk, followed by another questions session where we were able to experience real sparks of scientific debate.

We have also attended the ‘Royal Society- Café Scientifique: Uncertainty in Science’ on the 22nd February 2016. This event took a different approach in that it was more discussion-led rather than a lecture, but was still equally as fascinating. This visit allowed us to involve ourselves directly, as members of our group were given opportunities to contribute to the discussions on global warming and climate change. The evening was hosted by Cognitive scientist Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, a Royal Society Research Fellow in the Department for Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.

Most recently, a group of Physicists attended a lecture titled ‘The monster at the heart of our galaxy’, delivered by one of the world’s foremost experts on black holes: Professor Andrea Ghez of University College Los Angeles.

As you can imagine, these events are very popular and we are very fortunate to have received such special treatment. I can safely say on behalf of all of the ‘Harris Experience Advanced’ students that we all thoroughly enjoyed the visits, and would like to take this opportunity to thank the Royal Society for allowing us to attend. We look forward to attending more of these fantastic opportunities in the future.

By Ashleigh Francis 12C-M2