As part of our long-standing relationship with the Crown & Manor youth club in Hackney, London, our Science department recently ran an evening of exploration and experiments for their young members.
A group of 20 club members had the opportunity to handle invertebrates from our natural history collections, learn about the Physics of pinhole cameras, and witness some spectacular chemical reactions. Overall, the bug handling, run by our Natural History Fellow Eve Cavey, was deemed the favourite activity.
This is the latest initiative we have run with Crown & Manor, a club that was founded with support from Winchetser College, which continues to this day.
20th February 2024
The team won the 2024 Cambridge trophy and finished in 3rd place out of the 100 schools participating in the competition.
21st November 2023
Conservationist and presenter Megan McCubbin delivers the annual Cameron Bespolka Memorial Wildlife Talk and Lecture to over 900 local pupils
26th September 2023
On 21 September, a group of College pupils attended the Engineering Your Future Conference at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire.
14th March 2023
Professor Brian Cox delivered the annual Duncan Louis Stewart lecture in March 2023 focusing on cosmology and developments in the study of black holes.
12th March 2023
In early March, pupils from Winchester College attended the 2023 Tonbridge Science Conference where they took in talks from keynote speakers, and delivered their own presentations.
10th March 2023
The College's Outreach programme marked St David’s Day on 1st March with two memorable events at the Cathedral and St Peter’s Roman Catholic Primary School.