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CERN, Geneva trip leaves

Our students leave for Geneva to visit the CERN establishment and the United Nations building and more ...

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Students from The British School of Beijing (BSB) Shunyi will embark on an exciting 1 week trip from 28th September to 4th October, 2016 to Geneva, Switzerland. This year we are taking 12 students, including one former BSB student who has moved to our sister school, The British International School Shanghai, Puxi.

The aims of the trip are to:

• Provide a unique opportunity to see and experience closely the most exciting physics research lab in the world.

• Introduce students to university level scientific research and give them an opportunity to talk to researchers, professors and students from all over the world.

• Inspire students into this field of science and help them to develop new interests in: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

We will spend a whole day at CERN, home to the Large Hadron Collider, and the world centre for particle Physicists.  Our students will also have tours of both the United Nations and Red Cross headquarters, which are both located in Geneva. And this year we have been invited for lunch and a tour of College Du Leman, one of our sister Nord Anglia schools which is situated along the banks of Lake Geneva. There we will be making radioactive cloud chambers!

Please visit our School Trip blog and BSB Facebook page for more updates and photos.

Thank you for you continued support and encouragement

Mr Pinnock and Ms Burraston

Click the link "Reflection from CERN science trip 2015" to read blogs written by teacher and students who went on the exciting trip last year.