On Wednesday 6th July 2022 we had the Symposium at St Marylebone School in London. I was blown away by students that stepped up to run the event, attend sessions and demonstrate that they are World Class. As it was said in the closing remarks of the day, our young people are powerful and a force for good. The symposium was a clear example of this.
Two very successful days in Oxford for the World Class Schools Alumni Association! April 5th and 6th 2022 saw 45 World Class students from around the country visit St Edmund Hall of Oxford University as part of GCSE and A-Level Chemistry Outreach Events.
In 2021 Ben, Chloe and Elsie from The Ashley School attended the WCSQM Awards Ceremony. Here they discuss their visit, thinking about the experience and how they felt.
During the WCSQM accreditation process we have had to make many changes when we meet as world class ambassadors.
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