The school is aiming to hold four lectures per term from expert speakers in particular academic disciplines as art of a new Academic Lecture Programme.
The lectures have been organised to be relevant for the current cohort of Year 12 university applicants. A number of sessions are already set up in the coming weeks in order to widen the girls' knowledge base and also enjoy contact with someone with university level research experience or with a significant professional background.

  • Monday 6 February: Establishing Archaeology in Independent India - Charlotte Coull, Department of History, University of Manchester
  • Thursday 16 February: The Causes and Implications of the Financial Crisis - Professor Gary Cook and Dr Shallni Mitra, Management School, University of Liverpool
  • Thursday 16 March: Relativity for Pedestrians - Dr Barry King, Department of Physics, University of Liverpool.
  • Thursday 30 March: Art, The Art Historian and the Creative Imagination -  Dr Colin Trodd from the University of Manchester
Post date: 26th January 2017