During our Activity days this week Year 9 have been working on their Community Projects.
On Tuesday the 19th of March we flew to Santiago de Compostela to participate in the internationally renowned San Clemente Literary Prize. This event is famous for enabling students, from all over the world, to read a selection of works from Spanish, Galician, and foreign authors before selecting their favourites and choosing the winners of this remarkable award. As a part of our Spanish B language course we were granted with the opportunity to participate and represent our School at the prestigious event.
Year 12 student, Rhea Willson, is looking at artifical intelligence for her Extended Essay, she recently attended a conference on the subject and writes about her day here.
Two Year 12 Hockerill students, Ines Tollon and Isabella Birt are participating in the festival, held at our partner school in Santiago on Wednesday 20th March.
Various national media outlets have today reported the decline of language learning across UK schools, our Director of Languages, Herr Geissler, explains why we present a very different picture here at Hockerill.