MONDAY 20 May
4.35-5.15pm Literary Society. All welcome. English department (E7).
6-7pm Classics Society. ClassSoc offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the literature, philosophy, history, art and archaeology of the Classical world of Greece and Rome. It will especially appeal to those who are thinking of studying Classics or Ancient History at university, but individual sessions will also be of great interest to students studying English Literature, History, P&R, Modern Languages and Art History. Extension doesn’t get broader than this! Aimed at Fifth and Sixth form. Classics department (foyer).
6-6.45pm Psychology Society. Psychology chat. All welcome. There will be food! Library (Moral Room).
8-9pm Inspire Lecture. Mr Adam Rattray, ‘Jewellery, Murder, Revolution and Russia – Fabergé, the greatest artist jeweller in history’. All welcome. Napoleon’s Retreat.
TUESDAY 21 May
5.30-6pm Pictionary und Pretzels. More MFL games, fun and doughnuts (and probably pretzels) in the V&A. . Third and Fourth form. V&A.
WEDNESDAY 22 May
4.30-5.55pm Set Zero Maths. For anyone with an interest in problem solving and puzzles, Set Zero is an exciting opportunity to develop your problem-solving skills. Questions will be provided, but feel free to bring your own puzzles or problems too. All welcome. Maths department.
5-6pm French Debating Club. All welcome. MFL3.
4.30-5.30pm Debating Society (Third form). Come and learn how to debate! We have amazing coaches and cake. All welcome from beginners to experts. All welcome. Library (Moral Room).
5.30-7.15pm & 7.30-8.30pm Debating Society (seniors). More coaches! More cake! Library (Moral and Logical Rooms).
THURSDAY 23 May
5-6pm Creative Writing. All welcome. English department (E6).
5-5.55pm World History Society. All welcome. History department.
5-6pm PhilThy/Pheng. Philosophy mixed with Theology and English. All welcome. Library (Moral Room).
6-7pm The Development Section. Investigations into Music. Interesting discussion and listening on a range of musical styles, sometimes led by a member of staff, sometimes by students. Open to all. Music department.
6.15-7pm Science Society. Will Barker, ‘Ageing and Antagonistic Pleiotropy’ (where one gene can control something both beneficial to an organism and also detrimental to its fitness) and Charles Deane, ‘What are Dreams?’. All welcome. Chemistry 8.
FRIDAY 24 May
6-7pm Public Speaking. Come and learn how to develop your public speaking. Everyone is welcome – young and old – and snacks are provided. All welcome. Library (Moral Room).