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IB News

Congratulations to all Year 13 students who have recently been appointed as Subject Specialists within academic departments.

IB Subject Specialists

In this key student leadership role, appointees are expected to make a significant contribution to the academic life of the school, championing their subject by acting as mentors for younger learners, establishing and chairing relevant Clubs and Societies and enthusiastically promoting wider interest and enrichment in their chosen field. Already we have seen plenty of activity, with a number of student led clubs and other initiatives springing up - watch this space for more news and see below for the full list of our subject specialists.

Name Subject specialist
Alexandra B. Biology
Antonina B. Chemistry
Alicja B. Sports Science
Laura C. MFL
Kostiantyn D. History
Lorraine D. Psychology
Laura D. Maths Studies
Dominika D. English LL HL
Lea F. Geography
Jakub G. Psychology
Xavier H.S Sports Science
Woojong K. Maths
Marianna K. Music
Christian M. Physics/Chemistry
Ala M. Art
Gunjan N. Business Management
Ola P. Biology/Maths
Marcelina P. Business Management
Matteo S. Economics
Bernard S. Sport Science
Laura S. Art
Zofia T. Biology
Masahiro U. Chemistry
Alexander V. V. Polish
Witold Z. Economics

 

Law Society Meeting on 1st October prepared and chaired by Zosia T.

This week the IB Law enthusiasts gathered to discuss the 2009 case of Yearworth v North Bristol NHS trust, where the main themes were: negligence, the right to property and the right to bodily integrity. In short, 7 male subjects were diagnosed with cancer and before submitting to chemotherapy gave sperm samples to the hospital to preserve them in case they wished to have children in the future. Due to a fridge malfunction, the samples were damaged while in the custody of the hospital. Was this negligence? After an intense discussion, without prior knowledge of the ruling, the class voted 4 to 3 against the male subjects that sued for psychiatric injury, in contrast to the fact the Court ruled in favor of the men. Ignacy gave us a brief explanation of three steps needed to mark something as negligence: Firstly, the duty of care, secondly the breach of duty of care and finally causation. Watch this space for a surprise Law Society event coming soon….. 

 

Tim Clark

 

Assistant Head

Head of Year 13 and University Adviser