On Wednesday 13th December 2017 we are inviting students to come to college dressed in their pyjama's in support of the homeless in Birmingham.
Faris narrates his adventures at Somaliland, Saudi Arabia & Bangladesh. He writes that visiting Somaliland, Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh have been both very intense and rewarding experiences. He has encountered horrific disasters, met amazing people and tried to assist aid workers thrown in the midst of the Somaliland’s hunger crisis and the Rohingya refugee disaster.
Daisy Avery-Wright describes her Sri Lankan volunteer experience.
AS Drama students have been working to hone their acting skills this term and as part of their efforts, they performed extracts from Chekhov’s The Seagull for an audience in the theatre for the first time at the start of November. This gave the group an opportunity to put into practice the techniques they have been learning as well as becoming accustomed to being on stage and in front of an audience.
A varied programme of events in London filled a fun-packed two days for our GCSE students. They visited the National Theatre, the Tower of London, Greenwich Royal Observatory and the School of Rock musical.
On Tuesday 31st October our overseas students celebrated Halloween by attending a Halloween Party organised by International Officer Ryan Moran in partnership with the student accommodation team next door.
MPW Birmingham’s undefeated start to the season continued with a 3-2 victory in the MPW Challenge Trophy against MPW Cambridge.
This production of Jane Eyre at the National Theatre in London has been highly successful and will soon be going on tour around the UK. It introduced me to a new kind of theatre and has inspired me to think outside the box when performing and staging plays.
In a local derby with one of our Edgbaston rivals, the MPW Birmingham football team recorded a 10 – 1 victory over St Georges.
On the second Friday of term, the college invited the Young Film Academy to spend a day with year 12. This organisation helps young film makers to achieve their dreams. The day was split into two parts: the morning was all about learning and practice; and the afternoon was when we really got to work.
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