Interested in the big answers? Interested in the big questions?
The Easter holidays are finally on their way - a chance to take a well earned break from school, eat some chocolate eggs and engage with your favourite subject.
Check out this year's top tutors and the exciting programmes we have in store for English, History, Law, PPE, Economics, Engineering and Medicine in the Easter holidays – click here for more information and booking.
Our School of Ideas is built for students in Y11, 12 and 13 who like questions – not simple, only-one-right-answer questions, but BIG questions. Develop the creativity and independence of thought you need to start A* thinking about your subject. Events take place on Saturday 6th April and Tuesday 9th April in Central London.
It may be hard to believe when you’re whipping up the mixture to make an omelette, but the structure of an egg shell is remarkably strong. In fact, the humble egg is a perfect example of precision biological engineering, and the secrets of its geometric strength are the key to many of the strongest structures in the world.
You can test this in two ways: the hands on (literally) approach, or the more empirically accurate scientific way. Be warned though, it could get a little messy... read more.
For the medically-minded, check out our resident blogger's thoughts on cell biology, paleogenetics and psychology here.
For those who like to debate hot topics, Mr Lafferty' legal blog might be for you. Get in touch with us and let us know your thoughts on the matter!
Our resident Economics blogger will take to the stage next week to talk about the budget so watch this space.
The Parthenon Marbles, or the Elgin Marbles, as they are better known in the UK, are a collection of Greek sculptures taken from the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis in Athens by the British in the early 19th century. The Greek nation has been asking for them back and these priceless sculptures are now at the centre of an international debate that calls into question the very way that museums function.
To see how you could tackle this controversial topic, see how our graduates would argue their case. If you feel really passionately about this topic, you can even join the campaign and add your voice to the debate...read more.