A level student Jonathan shares his thoughts on the theme of kindness for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.
In these unsettling times, as we all adapt to new ways of studying, working and living, looking after our mental health has never been more important. For Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, we'll be sharing tips and thoughts on the theme of kindness.
James – one of our lower sixth students – has continued to show dedication to his voluntary work, and to the embodiment of the MPW spirit, by building strong links in the community, sharing knowledge and empowering others.
Student Sam Berlet in collaboration with MPW tutor Antonio Torrisi delve into our existence on this planet and whether we should move to another.
A group of first year psychology students went on a day trip to Bethlem Museum of the Mind. With almost 800 years of history, this gave students an opportunity to gain insight into how the beliefs and treatment of mental health has evolved from the 13th to the 21st century.
At the end of last term, A level Physics students William, Tim and Hugo sat Round 1 of the Physics Olympiad. William achieved Silver while Tim and Hugo both earnt Commendations.
Richard Martin, MPW London's Head of English, shares his remarkable 35 years' worth of memories of the college.
In recognition of World Mental Health Day, students and staff spent the day dressed in yellow. Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year, but World Mental Health Day is a great day to show support for better mental health and start looking after your own wellbeing.
On the 9th October 2019, MPW Birmingham’s cohort of A level Geography students departed for a residential field trip to the Dorset coast. Students stayed at an award winning field centre only a few minutes walk from Swanage beach.
This afternoon our EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) students are meeting with their project supervisors to discuss their initial ideas and project proposal. The EPQ offers students the opportunity to complete a piece of research in to their chosen area of interest and then complete a 5,000 word essay on the topic.
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