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Spectroscopy in a Suitcase
A group of enthusiastic Lower Sixth chemists took part in a workshop held by the University of Sussex. We were all enthralled by the infrared spectroscopy, which was brought along to the College. After a...
The Mole Economics Games
The Mole Economic Games is an ‘olympiad’ style tournament for students of Economics. The participants – in teams of one, two or three – are given 30 to 50 multiple choice questions, all covering a...
French Students Visit La Rochelle
Our trip started with a visit to L’Ile D’Aix. By the time we reached the island, the sun came out for us and we spent the day eating ice cream, visiting shops and cycling around...
'How Drugs Work' Lecture
Professor John Spencer from the University of Sussex visited the Chemistry department to give a lecture titled Tackling Cancer - How Drugs Work. The fascinating talk covered a broad range of topics related to Chemistry...
Lower Sixth Visit Shakespeare's Birthplace
After the mock exams, a small group of Lower Sixth English students were treated to a weekend of culture, theatre and Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon. We had heard from the Upper Sixth that the weekend was...
Pupil Headliners – December 2016
Chess Tournament Congratulations to Lancing’s Chess Club. On 20 November the team of six players participated in England’s biggest chess tournament and took second place. Oleg S (Fourth Form), Dmitry S (Third Form) and Alex...
Lancing Student achieves highest award at the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge 2017
Well done to Russell W, Lower Sixth, who has achieved the highest award, the Roentgenium, in this year’s Cambridge Chemistry Challenge. An outstanding result which places Russell in the top 0.78% of over 7,000 students...
Lancing Student is 'Highly Commended' in Peterhouse Thomas Campion English Prize
Lower Sixth Form pupil, Eunice A, attended the prizewinner’s luncheon at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, hosted by Bridget Kendall, Master of Peterhouse and former BBC diplomatic correspondent. Eunice’s essay, titled The ways in which critics or...
Visit to the Goodwood Festival of Speed
On 29 June a group of Design & Technology students and prospective engineers from the Sixth Form visited the famous festival. There was a wide variety of cutting edge technology being presented: the Bloodhound land...