As we enter the final full week of the Program, there is no sign of things slowing down here at CamPrep!
In Engineering this morning, students presented their work on structural assessments of four famous bridges in Cambridge, including the Bridge of Sighs and the Mathematical Bridge at Queens’ College, before heading outside to make flow-rate calculations in the river. The students have fully embraced both the theoretical sides and practical sides of their Engineering major.
After that, it was time to let off some steam as both Espionage and Engineering major class students played some Gaelic football.
Meanwhile, the Film-making major students continue to put together their final film project, making great use of the various locations around Peterhouse. Students are really enjoying working with our experienced and knowledgeable film teacher, Jesse, and are flourishing as they direct their own films.
Two of our students celebrated birthdays today, and one even received a surprise cake from her Engineering major class made in the shape of the Bridge of Sighs!
Later this afternoon, students will have the chance to attend a Raptor Foundation demonstration at Jesus College, play some touch rugby, as well as take part in a lip-sync battle contest in college. Stay tuned to the blog for more updates on these events!!