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The atmosphere across MPW Cambridge on A level results day was one of excitement, happiness and pride. Many of our students chose to come to college on this important day, their results signaling the beginning of bright futures for our class of 2018.
Meet Abi Docherty, an award winning, published playwright and our Creative Writing tutor. Abi discusses with Joel her MPW students' imaginative work, her love of story-telling and her creative process. Abi wrote the play “One Thousand Paper Cranes" which will be staged at the New Victory Theater in New York.
DfE puts MPW Cambridge in the top 1% of all schools in the country for A level value added, placing us 26th out of all 2786 schools and colleges in the country offering A levels.
Every year the A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics students of MPW sit the Senior Mathematics Challenge. It is held across the UK on a single day each year, and is sat by many thousands of students. This year Jacky Tsui, pictured, achieved the best score for MPW.
At MPW Cambridge, we recognise that students should be given an opportunity to experience a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Mindfulness and yoga sessions became an obvious choice – after all, how many of us can say that they live fully and clearly in the moment, with great awareness, balance and peace of mind?
On December 11 2017, MPW’s Economics Department attended the PolEconUK A-Level Economics Students Conference in London. Key speakers included Tim Harford, a leading economist and author, Vince Cable, Kamal Ahmed, and John Redwood.
MPW Cambridge supports Children in Need. Wear a hat for charity! Alex narrates the GCSE students' plans for raising money for a very good cause.
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.
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.