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to Glyn School, the only boys’ comprehensive in Surrey and one of the county’s best-performing schools. Judged by Ofsted in May 2012 as ‘outstanding’ for the second time, we are very proud of the success of our motivated students and dedicated staff. Founded in 1927

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Glyn School Enrichment Lecture Series Glyn School Enrichment Lecture Series 2014-2015 These lectures are available to all interested students, parents, carers and staff. Most of the lectures will take place directly after school; however, as we know this is not necessarily convenient for all of you, our Lead Practitioners are also putting on a selection of lectures later in the evening 6.30pm-7.30pm to encourage parents and carers to attend. These sessions will more resemble a lesson rather than a lecture and will therefore give you a taste of the fantastic educational experience that a student has here at Glyn School. The list of available lectures is below. If you are interested in attending with your son or daughter please come along at the advertised time, having signed in at reception beforehand.   Lecture No.     Date     Location     Member of staff     Proposed title     8     2 February     TBC     Mr T Starke     Dealing with disaster- how societies cope with natural disasters     9     9 February 6.30pm-7.30pm     Proctor Hall     Mr S Taylor and Mr T Inthirarajah (Lead Practitioners)     Exercise and the science of fitness     10     23 February     TBC     Mr R Tyrrell     What ever happened to the British Empire?     11     2 March     TBC     Mrs T Pearson     Leukaemia under the microscope     12     9 March 6.30pm-7.30pm     TBC     Miss S Moore and Miss H Lee (lead practitioners)     ¡Viva España!     13     9 March 6.30pm-7.30pm     TBC     Mr G Roberts and Mr M Keating (Lead Practitioners)     Why people don’t gamble rationally: Maths, psychology and life!     14     16 March     TBC     Miss L Mercer     Is Ebola really that bad?     15     23 March     TBC     Mr J Matthews/Mr C Duffy     Why the ideas of Charles Darwin shocked Victorian Society     16     13 April 6.30pm-7.30pm     Proctor Hall     Miss C Gatt and Miss S Lindley (Lead Practitioners)     Of Mice and Men     17     20 April     TBC     Mrs P Hamilton     An insight into graphic design     18     27 April     TBC     Miss L Butler     Globalisation? Exploring the power of global stereotypes     19     11 May 6.30pm-7.30pm     Proctor Hall     Mr B Rouse     The role of the internet in education: Distraction or enhancement?     We hope that students (and parents and carers) will make the most of this opportunity to draw on the professional expertise and passions of their teachers and to extend their intellectual curiosity in a wide range of subjects. If you have any queries please contact me via email on All lectures will take place after school from 3.15pm-4.15pm unless stated in the timetable. (lectures number 4,9,12,13,16 and 19 will be from 6.30pm-7.30pm). Read More
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