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Each half term students will have the opportunity to take tea and cakes with the Principal, whilst discussing a range of intellectually challenging topics.
To be considered to attend a CIT event (Cake, Intellectual discussion and Tea), students must answer one question and submit this to Student Reception.
The Principal will then select ten students to attend the CIT session.
Each CIT session will start at 1.50pm and end at 2.40pm (Period 6).
There will be two CIT events per half term, one for Key Stage 3 students and one for Key Stage 4.
This half term’s questions to discuss over tea and cakes will be:
Key Stage 3 - Topic and Question
Why do some animals have stripes?
Key Stage 4 - Topic and Question
Should students still read poetry and the classics such as ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens or ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austin?
Students wishing to be considered for the CIT event should collect a CIT challenge sheet from Student Reception and return it by Thursday 16th May 2013.
The Principal will select entries over the half term period.
The events will take place on:
Key Stage 3 - Wednesday 5th June 2013
Key Stage 4 - Thursday 6th June 2013
The Principal looks forward to eating a selection of delicious cakes and discussing the topics above with the selected students.