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What’s going on in Cambridge 2015

2014 was another amazing year in Cambridge. It was marked by some pretty big events: in January, Prince William started a full-time course at the university, and in July, one of the greatest sporting events in the world, the Tour de France, raced through the city (read what Reach Cambridge staff and students made of…
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New Year’s Eve celebrations from across the globe

The holiday season may be coming to an end, but we’re looking forward to the new year! We can’t wait to welcome more teenagers from around the world for an exceptional summer school experience in 2015. Last week, we told you how the festive season is celebrated across the globe. This week, we’ve rounded up…
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Holiday celebrations around the world

2014 has flown by! We’ve had a great year here at Reach Cambridge, welcoming more teenagers than ever to our Cambridge summer school, and running tailor-made international study programs for school groups from around the world. Now ‘tis the season to be jolly, and we are looking forward to all the festive fun that this…
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The River Cam

It is difficult to think of Cambridge without picturing the River Cam – images of the colleges across the Backs, of students punting along the water, or rowers practicing at high speed are all immediately recognizable as part of the Cambridge experience. The Cam is a special river, not least because, unusually, it is named…
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Day 19: The Bronte Parsonage Museum from a student’s perspective, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore

Bacon and eggs again. Later, an olde house upon a recluse hillside a galaxy away. Well, at least the air is warm with the glorious blaze of the sun. Across the globe however, the same flame-ball never fails to set alight my country Singapore. Seems like today is a miraculous, even mix of invisible snow…
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Day 16: Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick Castle

Hurricane Bertha may have greeted us with a fond good morning as the songbirds woke the students at the Reach Cambridge camp, but in typical British fashion we showed that a little rain was not going to be allowed to ruin the fun. So, as the rain lashed against the coach and we all attempted…
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Day 15: Blenheim Palace and Oxford

Saturday saw early starts, bus rides and fun in abundance, as the students and supervisors explored Blenheim Palace. The home of the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a delightful stately palace surrounded by spectacular gardens. After a guided tour of the Palace ROOMS the students enjoyed…
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Day Nine: Brighton and Arrival Day

After a brilliant day in Ely yesterday, today was just as exciting as students from the Global Leaders Program headed south to Brighton! As we drove into Brighton on the bus, a wave of awe resounded throughout the bus as we passed the Royal Pavilion; an awesome palace that looks like it belongs in India…
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