SPIP’s Sixth Form students have been dedicating their time, committing themselves to their passion project, also known as Research Project (EPQ) at SPIP, since the beginning of Term 1. A passion project worth 1000 words and a 5-minute presentation based on any product, topic, category chosen by our very own Sixth Formers.
Our Head Girl (Belle), Head Boy (Flint), Deputy Head Girl (Leo), Deputy Head Boy (Micky), Common Room Manager (Plan), Lunch Duty Manager (Minnie) and Club Duty Manager (Anny) lead by example by completing their Research Project ahead of time whilst leading and managing other projects at school.
Check out the research questions created by our Sixth Formers:
– COVID-19 Severity & Susceptibility in Children
– The Damage Sunlight Can Cause to Human Skin
– To what extent does Theravada Buddhism have an influence over Thai Culture?
– How Art and Culture Operate as Soft Power
– An Analytical Paper on the Efficacy of Apnea Training as a Training Method for Alpine Mountaineering
– How Surrealism Influenced Culture and Society
– Is mental health being used as a tool for manipulation, and is it changing the societal support of those medically diagnosed with mental illness?
– How do ecosystems affect humans’ well-being wellbeing and how can we protect them?
– The Portrayal of Science, Ethics, and Social Responsibility in Frankenstein
– Alice in Wonderland Syndrome
– The Legal Status of Marijuana in the 21st Century, As Well As the Health Benefits, Economic Impact and the Social-Political Climate Around It
– Factors associated with achievements (Practice VS. Talent & what defines elite achievement)
– To what extent do music genres affect our concentration when studying independently?
– Pretty Privilege & How it Affects Lives
– Tea & Sleep
– Depletion of oceanic fauna/flora and the consequences of their disappearance?
– The Evolution of Badminton Over the Years
A big thank you to Mr Gramm (School Counsellor), Ms. Ivy (Head of Sixth Form) for leading, and to our Sixth Form tutors Ms. Shirlene, Mr. David and Mr. Misha for their support, as well as Mr. Ady for supporting with academic writing. Special thanks to Mr. Angus and Ms. Shalene for presenting their own research techniques to help kickstart the Research Project.
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