Last week on Thursday the year 13 EPQ (extended project qualification) cohort presented their completed projects to an audience of parents, teachers and fellow sixth form students at the EPQ Presentation Evening. The current EPQ cohort have worked hard over the past year creating highly creative, academic and interesting projects on a wide variety of different subjects and specialims. Some of the projects presented at the evening were:
- “Can the distortion in Francis Bacon’s work link to the distortion of perception created by schizophrenia?” – Kirsty Newsome
- “An examination of the patterns of female representation in Polish politics and its effect on female attitudes towards politics since the early 20th century” – Amber Prazuch
- “How has LGBT representation in Japanese film and TV changed through the 21st Century, and to what extent does this reflect social changes in attitude?” – Yuma Takemto
- “How plausible is the development of homegrown mycelium and its fruiting bodies at home?” – Petra Muirhead
All students presented in a mature and engaging manner, and all those attending the event left having enjoyed an intellectual and thought provoking evening.