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Cambridge Chemistry Challenge 2017
At the end of June 2017, several of our Lower Sixth chemists took part in Cambridge University’s annual Chemistry Challenge Competition . Pupils dealt with testing questions ranging from the chemistry of pink tap water...
15-09-2017
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Lancing College visit to CERN
In the last days of the Summer Term, 19 Lower Sixth students took the opportunity to fly out to Geneva for three days of sightseeing, cultural exchange and cutting edge particle physics. Accompanied by Dr...
01-09-2017
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'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...
Pupil Headliners - May 2017
Associated Board Exam Results Lent 2017 Congratulations to the following pupils who have passed their Associated Board Music exams last term: Ramon B – Grade 6 Tuba India F – Grade 8 Singing with Distinction...
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 Pupils – Making a Mark in Medical Sciences
With the challenges of an ageing population and increasing life expectancy, the current shortage of skills in the medical and bioscience areas looks set to continue. This is an area of expertise where demand stretches...