At St-Anselm's Catholic school we have a number of opportunities for you to get involved in enrichment activities that the department.
This club is run by Ms Kenrick and Miss Allsopp. The team consists of all year groups and they take on a project each term to get working on and develop. This term they are working on the garden area between the corridors in M-block, making it tidy and are busy making wildlife areas using recyclable materials.
SACs Medics Society.
Newly started, this society is run by they 6th form at present and is for all the students looking at going into following a medical career path. They meet with Mrs Allen once a week and give presentations and discussions on fields of interest which are wide ranging from Autism to clinical anxiety and everything in between! They are looking forward to getting involved with the Kent University and Christ Church University and their new Medical school with some outreach opportunities that will come their way.
STEM was not completely put on hold over the recent pandemic and lockdown and we were lucky to have some STEM kits that were sent out to students in year 7 and 8 to use at home.
We are also lucky enough to have contacts with the Royal Academy of Engineering who provide us with opportunities to carry out STEM activities involving all age groups.
As restrictions begin to relax a little more we hope to get our STEM club up and running again in the months to come so watch this space!
11th - 20th March - the big celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Watch this space for what will be happening this year in school and ideas for activities you can do at home.