Residential study programs for 14-18 year olds in Cambridge, UK.
Reach Cambridge August 2015: Day 12
Today the Reach students continued to enjoy their academic classes. Some of the highlights included a visit to Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam museum in International History and medical case study presentations in chemistry and Medical Sciences. At lunchtime the Global leaders students had an opportunity to further their plans for the SABRE charity event. This will be taking place on Friday with a range of exciting stalls exploring Ghanaian culture while raising money for a brilliant cause. Following their afternoon lessons our students enjoyed some down time, showing off their skills in football and cricket. There was a particularly strong turn out from the students of the Cathedral school who put in a valiant performance against the ‘Rest of the World’ All-star XI. We were really lucky to have a hugely inspiring lecture on Emmaus, an international homelessness charity that found its first UK home in Cambridge. The day ended on a high with the Summer School Disco, with students and Reach staff alike dancing to music from all over the world. Those who chose to remain in college had an equally musical evening, singing their hearts out in a game of ‘Singstar’. Written by Holly, Supervisor