STUDENTS at Scarborough Sixth Form College have presented an impressive array of extended project work.
The projects on display at this year’s exhibition included quilt making, tabloid sports journalism, Marxism, the Eurozone crisis, an anthology of poetry, non-Euclidean geometry and a children’s book.
More than 70 students chose the additional A level course and either wrote a 5,000 essay or created an artefact.
The exhibition event was attended by staff, pupils, governors and parents.
Chris Bowker, extended curriculum area director, said: “The Extended Project Qualification fair has been a tremendous success and visitors were extremely impressed by the student’s enthusiasm for their projects.
“With intense competition for university places, our students have been finding the extended project a real asset when applying to higher education with some students having their final extended project grade included in provisional offers.”