kaiyaThe week long residential in Cambridge in July saw our students work with the Brilliant Club and their team of graduate student tutors, studying their choice of courses on the EU, Computer Science, and the emergence of modern society during the 18th Century. The students had to submit a piece of work following the residential,brilliant club and Saturday was the culmination of the programme, with the students receiving feedback on and recognition for the work they had done.

In addition to the ceremony itself, our students received a welcome talk, a study skills session and a Q&A with KCL students, while their parents heard a talk on how they can support their children as they apply for and navigate their way through Higher Education.

Summer 2016 was the second time we had worked with the Brilliant Club and it was once again a resounding success, to the extent that our link up has now become a core element of our programme.12345 It is exactly these sort of experiences that we hope ultimately will allow our students to achieve what they want to achieve!

You can find out more information about our friends at the Brilliant Club via their website http://www.thebrilliantclub.org/

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