Make your Summer Productive!
The value of a summer programme doesn’t end with its benefits to school work, life skills and university applications. It can also have a positive impact on your career.
Over the next few months the HEO will be promoting a few highly recommended courses that have received excellent feedback from our own students at DC and other ESF schools.
Our first visit was from Rustic Pathways on Tuesday. They offer an exciting range of travel, community service and sports programmes all over the world.
On Monday 2 February 2015 at lunch time, Rebecca Clarke from Cambridge Programmes will be giving a presentation to students and parents from Y9-12 in the Diploma Centre. Based in Churchill College, one of the thirty-one colleges of Cambridge University, this course offers a unique mentoring system and aims to ‘stimulate the mind and equip participants to think critically and creatively’. All parents and students are warmly welcome!
There will be an HEO information evening for Y12 parents and students on Tuesday 10 February from 5-6 pm in the Diploma Centre. Y12 parents should have received an email about this earlier this week. Please click here to view a copy of the message.