This year’s Extended Project Qualification presentation evening covered a wide variety of topics. The Upper Sixth students impressed the audience with their proficient presentations and breadth of subject knowledge. Each girl spoke passionately about her topic.
Mrs Speirs, Head of Sixth Form said “The presentations were outstanding; they were informative and interesting, and the girls should all be extremely proud of themselves.”
The presentations were as follows:
Shelby Phillips: An analysis of the success of a Fashion Show held to raise money and promote companies.
Niamh Robinson: How does music affect children with disabilities?
Nazish Ali: How much do we really know about psychological disorders?
Harriet McInerney: To what extent have the chosen denominations of the three Abrahamic faiths developed in the modern world?
Ashleigh Monkhouse: How modern publicity affects appearance in young women.
Rosie Mann: How permanent are the effects of the Aral Sea disaster and what are the biggest impacts?
The EPQ is a qualification that is increasingly valued by universities and is just one way in which the School offers enrichment and extension opportunities to the Sixth Form.