Tagged: University

Sixth form assist ABM University Project

  Sixth-formers from Bishop Vaughan took a tour around Morriston Hospital’s children’s ward, giving their views on the care being offered and suggesting improvements. The group were recruited to take part in the 15 Steps Challenge – a project devised to help health professionals improve their patients’ experiences in hospital....

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Medical Physics Day at Singleton Hospital

A group of Year 12 students from BVS participated in a Medical Physics day at Singleton Hospital. The event was organised by Swansea University and gave students the chance to explore a variety of medical careers, such as radiography and medical engineering. Students took part in a number of hands-on...

Year 12 Pupils Visit Cambridge University

Two Year 12 students from BVS visited Cambridge University over the Easter holidays. The visit was organised by the HE+ scheme, which Bishop Vaughan School participates in. The HE+ scheme, supported by the Seren Network, is designed to support and prepare the most able A Level students make applications to Oxford,...

Medicine and Criminology Masterclasses

Pupils in Years 10 – 13 benefited from two fascinating masterclasses from local universities this week. On Wednesday, Oliver Purnell, a medical student at Swansea University visited the school to deliver a masterclass on the topic of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. The pupils heard about the latest developments in...