We were delighted to see so many of our Trinity community join our Upper School students for their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) presentations this week.

With subjects as wide ranging as AI and its ethical implications, global inequality, and mise-en-scene in cinema, our students presented their own research projects, demonstrating exceptional academic endeavour and fantastic responses to questions from their audience.

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.

Matt Ryan, Head of Academic Projects, said:  “I was blown away this year by the sheer variety on display. It was brilliant to see the students present so enthusiastically, exploring their ideas with real academic rigour. I’m very proud of them all.”

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