Sixth Form students to Model United Nations Conference in Geneva
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- Venue: Geneva
On Friday 26th January, seventy students from year 12 and year 13 experienced workshops from the excellent Robin Mobbs of the National Space Academy. Robin enthralled the students with his stories of working alongside Tim Peake and the M&M floating around in the ISS. The year 12 session looked at UK space careers and how we lead on satellite production in this country as well as considering Newton’s laws and which other scientists were integral in their formulation. The year 13 students had a session on Kepler’s law where they were able to be hands-on and producing their own sinusoidal representations.
The session inspired the students to think about their futures and hopefully one day APS might have their very own home-grown astronaut.
Find out more about yourself and your future career options at our annual careers fair. Over 25 representatives from employers, universities, colleges and training providers will be in attendance including:
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