Celebratory Community Event at Clifton High School!October 8th, 2013
The week long programme, between 10 -15th October, showcases a broad spectrum of science, art, environmental, literary and musical events many of which are open to the public.
Highlights of the celebrations, and open to all, include an evening with acclaimed film director Ken Loach (Friday 11 October 7.00pm) and a virtuoso piano recital by Russian pianist, Konstantin Lapshin (Sunday 13 October 2.30pm).
Head of School Dr. Alison Neill said Clifton High School prides itself on its strong sense of community and in encouraging our pupils to have a life-long interest in the sciences and arts. This celebration reflects our ethos and we look forward to welcoming parents, prospective parents and local people to the school during this inspirational series of events.
The programme will be held in a marquee on the schools lawn, off College Road, Clifton and also includes:
- Thursday 10 October; 10.00am – 12.00pm: A wildlife photography workshop with Bristol-based photographer, cameraman and marine biologist Tom Walmsley.
- Monday 14 October; 10.00am – 12.00pm The Science of Chocolate local chocolatier Lisa Clarke joins forces with the schools Chemistry and Food Technology Departments to explore the secrets of chocolate making.
- Tuesday 15 October 12.10pm – 1.10pm Holly Smale, author of GeekGirl will visit as part of her national tour with her semi-autobiographical and popular teenage fiction which is currently the No.1 Bestselling childrens debut this year.
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