Thinking Groups

Thinking groups aim to develop students' cultural capital, thinking and research skills, and willingness and ability to reflect on the bigger questions that exist behind and between subjects. They meet at least fortnightly, and incorporate consideration and memorisation of some of the best that has been written and said, discussions of Politics and Philosophy, and general knowledge and problem solving activities. Thinking groups run in all year groups, in years 7 and 8 on the basis of prior attainment and in years 9-11 for higher set students after an application.

Miss Arscott would be pleased to hear from students of any age who would like to join.

Thinking group session plans

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