Our Upper School students recently presented their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) presentations – enlightening us on subjects as wide-ranging as ‘To what extent is Cleft Lip and Palate preventable’? to ‘Commercial Nuclear Fusion: Why aren’t we there yet?’ and ‘How has Brutalism helped shape our perception of social housing in the UK’?

Talented Sixth Form students enjoyed presenting their own research projects, and demonstrated exceptional academic endeavour – as well as fantastic responses to questions from their audiences.

The EPQ is an optional, research-based qualification in which our students have the opportunity to explore an academic topic outside of the classroom. Akin to university-level academic research, it is a fantastic opportunity for our students to prepare for what they may encounter when they leave Trinity and enter Higher Education.

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