It was great to see so many enthusiastic Year 11 students join us for the Nexus VI Open Morning today at the Nexus campus. The Nexus VI programme is expanding to build on the amazing successes of this year, and students from all over Cornwall came to see what we offer.
The students and their parents heard from Dr Foster about the exciting programme that has been described as ‘breathtaking’ by NACE, the national charity for able children in education. The Nexus VI programme is designed for able students who intend to study STEM subjects at A Level. As well as studying Maths and Sciences at the Nexus campus amongst other students targeted As and A*s at A Level, students will experience an unrivalled package of opportunities and support.
The aim of Nexus VI is to provide a springboard to the most competitive courses at the best universities; within the programme there is a special stream for students destined for Oxbridge.
If you are interested in applying for the Nexus VI programme for 2018, it is not too late. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to arrange a tour of the campus.
Students extracted albumin protein using a variety of chemicals.
Mr Rees shows students how to find the equation of a parabola.
In the Physics workshop the students derived and used the SUVAT equations.
Students also used the iodine clock reaction to investigate rates of reaction.
Breaktime was an opportunity to meet other students considering applying to the programme.
Mrs Sarah Belshaw, who leads the VI Form Academy, was on hand to chat to students and parents about their plans for Post-16.