King Alfred School students try out Cambridge Uni life
form students from Highbridge's King Alfred School have enjoyed
a two day visit to the University of Cambridge.
overnight at Trinity Hall in order to experience undergraduate life,
the students took part in several masterclasses.
also enjoyed tours of several other colleges including King's College,
Christ's College, Sidney Sussex College and Clare College.
students also received top tips on making competitive applications
and preparing for the assessment and interview process," said
the visit the students were buzzing with excitement and ideas for
their own applications for the 2018 university entry as they wish
to emulate famous Cambridge students such as Charles Darwin, Stephen
Hawking and Burnham's very own Bethan Marshall, who has just finished
her second year reading Natural Sciences."
Pictured: Top, Vivien and Freja in the Darwin Garden at Christ's
College; Centre - Sian and Courtney on the bridge at Trinity Hall,
overlooking the River Cam; and above - Joe, James, Courtney, Sian,
Lewis and Alex on the terrace outside the library at Trinity Hall