Today was the big day when many of our students had the opportunity to present what they have learnt in their time at Cambridge Prep, in our Exhibition Showcase. Different classes selected different methods of presentation, and they created something truly impressive!
The Global Business class donned their smart attire and presented their final product ideas, which they pitched to their fellow students and the faculty and admin teams.
Some classes presented their work in the form of visual displays instead, such as the Studio Art class. Their showcase consisted of their final paintings which highlighted the beautiful architecture of Peterhouse!
The Medical Science class also used visual media, and created excellent informative posters, which explained the causes, symptoms, and potential methods of treatment and prevention for various different diseases. They then explained these in more depth in excellently delivered presentations!
The filmmaking class displayed their talents with a series of short films, to the delight of a full theatre! Each film was introduced by its director, and the audience was engrossed and enthralled.
Creative writing students showcased their chapbook, Journeys, full of photography, illustrations, poetry, and prose, and Architecture students displayed the models they have been crafting. Staff and students alike had an excellent afternoon perusing the work which our students have been undertaking for the previous three weeks, and it is safe to say that everyone was incredibly impressed by their achievements!
The evening provided the Speech and Debate class with their chance to shine, as they hosted a debate inside the Cambridge Union Society. The Union is Cambridge’s oldest and largest debating society, and its debating chamber was modelled on the Houses of Parliament. It has played host to many renowned speakers and leaders, including Winston Churchill and Theodore Roosevelt, and tonight our students had the opportunity to walk in their footsteps and speak here.
The students debated three topics: the American Dream, American foreign policy, and the abolition of boys! All impressed with their eloquent, articulate, and impeccably delivered arguments, and all of the debates were very tightly fought. Congratulations to all who participated!
The CamPrep Team