Three teams of Y10s from Churston recently flew to London to take part in NESTA’s Longitude Explorer Prize semi final event. The challenge is to create or improve a product, app or service that uses AI technology to make the world a better place. Based on the premise that we would all like to live in a world where people can live longer, live better, live together, and live greener, and that technology has a positive part to play in this optimistic future.
The Philosophy and Ethics department is pleased to congratulate Rufus Sherville (Thompson) and Lily Reshad (Brunel) for coming fourth and fifth,
respectively, in the University of Nottingham’s Dare to be Philosophical? competition.
National Apprenticeship Week runs until 9th February, celebrating diversity in apprenticeships and the benefits they bring. More and more young people are choosing to do apprenticeships each year and the biggest and most popular companies are hiring apprentices.