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AlTurnertive Prize 2017
Now in its second year, the Al Turner tive Prize - Lancing College’s response to the Turner Prize - has grown to be bigger and better than before including entries from both prep schools in...
08-12-2017
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Medical matters
Our medics have been very busy throughout the Advent Term, taking part in a series of events that will further develop and enrich their understanding of medical related issues and debates. The term began with...
PSHE Programme at Lancing: Understanding Sexism
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project , ‘unlikely feminist’ and writer of ‘Girl Up!’ spoke to an audience of over 60 parents and staff as part of our PSHE for Parents programme. Her...
04-12-2017
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Head Master's Lecture with Professor Richard Strange
Head Master's Lecture: Feeding the Ten Billion: Professor Richard Strange OL, Editor-in-Chief Food Security journal; Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL On 17 October, Lancing College welcomed Professor Richard Strange OL, who shared his...
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...
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...
Pupils attend Medical Dinner
The medics' group is formed of 18 Lower Sixth students, all passionate about medicine. The majority hope to apply for a degree in medicine or medicine-related subjects, including veterinary. The annual Medics’ Dinner is a...