Wednesday 7th and Saturday 10th November saw Suffolk One welcoming a phenomenal number of prospective students wishing to discuss their academic future with our teaching team who were keen to showcase the extensive range of subjects One can offer.
The Business, Languages and Psychology (BLP) Faculty demonstrated the full range of subject areas offered, including French, German and Spanish tongue-twisters; Psychological experiments; Computing and ICT demonstrations; master-classes by budding Entrepreneurs; and actual Beauty treatments, in our state-of-the art Beauty Salons.
The Science, Technical and Maths (STEM) Faculty was buzzing. Our current AS and A2 STEM students demonstrated various activities including dissection techniques in Human Biology, extracting limonene from orange peel in Chemistry and crime scene analysis with bagging and tagging of evidence in Applied Science. Prospective Maths students were challenged by various quizzes and there were interactive demonstrations and practical’s in Engineering including a mobile motor vehicle rig in Motor Vehicle Engineering. Product Design showcased our CAD/CAM facilities with laser cutting and various delights were prepared and served in Food Technology.
The Arts and Sports Faculty organised visual, aural and practical demonstrations including finding yourself floating through space courtesy of Media and Film. Recitals and demonstrations in Music and Performing Arts. Art and Design exhibited a flavour of the excellent creative work being produced by the Visual Art students, including the launch of the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design. As well as Sport presenting handball and trampolining to show the excellent facilities and sporting opportunities here.
Within the Humanities Faculty, there was a wealth of challenging quizzes and games across the whole subject range including English, Philosophy and Sociology. There was plenty of hands-on interaction with budding Geologists using powerful microscopes to explore the complex world of rock and fossil structures, whilst in Religious Studies guests were amazed with playdoh monster tasks and a quiz on Islam.