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Summer 2024: Program 1 - Day 9

Despite a less sunny start than yesterday, spirits remain high as we go forward, with another day of classes, and some more sports taking place alongside some very exciting book tours!
Following some very interesting classes, which saw the Economics and Business class come together for a quiz, students had a great range of activities on offer to choose from !

Cambridge being known for its academic atmosphere, meant the students were eager to explore the book stores in town ! A stop was made at Heffers, which always has a warm and inviting atmosphere, and allowed the students to explore a range of different genres from historical fiction to fantasy.
However, for those who were eager to make the most of the large green spaces Cambridge has to offer: badminton, volleyball and rounders also took place. With multiple sports taking place the students were able to enjoy some fresh air and even take part in some sport they had not played before. When the weather took a turn for the worse, the  fun was able to continue indoors with a competitive sport based kahoot.

After some delicious dinner, the students made their way over to the McCrum lecture theatre, for a docufilm screening of ‘H is for Harry’. The 2018 film reflects on the harsh realities of poverty in the UK alongside the difficulties this poses for education and in the case of Harry, illiteracy. Following the film, students were able to ask the producers of the documentary questions about the actual production but also class and poverty in the UK.

Finally, after the insightful documentary session, the students had the option of watching the very thrilling , ‘France V Spain’ Euros game in the theatre. For those looking for a more relaxed games night also took place back at Trinity hall with poker!

Come back tomorrow to hear all about the third day of week two , and as always, check out our Instagram and Tiktok for more daily updates ! (@reachcambridge).


Students at Reach Cambridge engage in a creative engineering project outdoors, fostering innovation and teamwork.