Monthly Archives: October 2014

Pupils at the new Mendip Studio School to develop bio-technology in Rwanda

An innovative biotechnology project developed at Writhlington school is set to become a key component of the curriculum at the Mendip Studio School which will open on the Writhlington Campus in September 2015. Eight young people, aged 14 to 17, …
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Teacher invited to present at Technology Education conference

Writhlington School science teacher Simon Pugh Jones has been invited to present the keynote address at the fifth annual Technology Education Strategies conference in Toronto alongside Mendip Studio School partner David Crellin of ScienceScope in February 2015. The presentation, entitled; …
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Three students win a £600 research grant

Three Writhlington Students aged twelve and thirteen have won a £600 research grant from the Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust (WWCT) for their project studying the laboratory conservation of the common spotted orchid. Emily Therle, aged thirteen, explained, “We are working …
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New Science and Technology Studio School at Writhlington Campus Next Year

The Department of Education has announced that Writhlington School’s application to open a brand new ‘Studio School’ has been successful. Headteacher, Mark Everett said that he was absolutely delighted that the new school , which will be called The Mendip …
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