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St Paul’s Way Trust School’s Science Summer School 2016 with Professor Brian Cox OBE

BRITAIN – FIRST FOR SCIENCE

“Britain needs more scientists and engineers” says our patron Physicist Professor Brian Cox

This is one of the key reasons why the St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School has been running for 5 years. The project aims to inspire young people to become the next generation of Britain’s scientists. It is also part of a major transformation initiative for the local community led by social entrepreneur Lord Andrew Mawson OBE.

Since 2012, St Paul’s Way Trust School has changed from being a school without a sixth form to one that now sees most of its students attend top universities.

This year’s event ran over 2 days at the start of the summer holiday and was our largest and most adventurous challenge to date! Students joined with leading scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs for a programme of seminars, discussions and hands-on experiments and workshops.

Student feedback was excellent.

Media coverage

Watch BBC News interview with Prof Brian Cox OBEWatch ITV London interview with Prof Brian Cox OBE

The Science Summer School attracted strong media coverage including Reuters and 2 ‘live’ early-evening TV interviews with Professor Cox for BBC News Channel and ITV London. An estimated 2 million viewers watch BBC News Channel and 1.3 million watch ITV London.

Science Summer School 2016 Programme

Science Summer School 2017

Provisional dates for Science Summer School next year are: 25th and 26th July 2017. If you are aged 11-18 and are interested in attending the next event please get in touch with Ms Ahmed: wajihaahmed@spwt.net

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26 & 27 July 2016

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