EPQ Evening - 26th April
Parents, students, families and friends are invited to attend an evening event to showcase the work of Year 13 students who are taking the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). The event takes place on Wednesday 26th April from 7pm – 8.30pm in the Maureen Grant Room.
The EPQ enables students to pursue personal interests whilst developing a way of working akin to the university undergraduate.
Some of the diverse projects students are working on for their EPQ include:
“Can a child be born with psychopathic tendencies?”
“Why is Stalin remembered and Robespierre forgotten?”
“Was the friendship of JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis influential to their writing, and how is this demonstrated through their trilogies in particular?”
“Creating an album for the digital music industry”
“An evaluation of the significance of compliance on men and women in the years 1950-2016 in America.”
Damien Sharp, EPQ Co-ordinator at St Paul’s Catholic School said: “If you’d like to meet our students and find out more about the work they’ve been doing, or if you are a parent with a child who is thinking about choosing to do the EPQ, then this a great opportunity to find out more.”