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Ogden Trust Year 12 Physicist of the year award 2017

Ogden Trust Year 12 Physicist

The Ogden Trust (www.ogdentrust.com) each year sponsor each school/college to nominate an outstanding year 12 Physics student to receive an award.  Miriam Davies was this year's award winner from Cadbury College.  She was chosen for her outstanding work and for gaining the top marks in the year.

The award was presented to Miriam at a special event held at Birmingham University School of Physics and Astronomy on Thursday evening 22nd June by the Ogden Trust.  The award was presented by Professor Martin Freer, the head of the School of Nuclear Physics at the University.

Cadbury Model UN

Flags outside the UN

The United Nations (UN) is an international organisation that was founded in 1945 with the purpose of achieving international order as to avoid any further conflict between countries. The organisation was set up after the second World War to prevent such an event from ever taking place again. The UN works on a range of issues that include; climate change, security, terrorism and humanitarianism.

The Model United Nations gives students from schools, colleges, and universities a chance to experience what the UN is all about. Role playing meetings for different scenarios, students get an idea of how conflicts are dealt with by the UN.

Fairy tales of the forest performance

At Cadbury College students have a wide range of courses to choose from, each course providing a unique understanding of the different subject areas. Performing arts students have recently been invited to schools to showcase their ‘Fairy tales of the forest performance.’

The performance was written and organised by the students themselves. From creating the scripts, deciding on the scenes and even improvising during the performances. Students were able to have the freedom to create their own monologues and decide on what thigs to include during the play.

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