Students followed in the grim footsteps of Jack the Ripper as one of the recent activities of Collyer’s school in Horsham.
The group of psychology students took the trip of terror as they also explored psychology related themes at the Science Museum, London Zoo and the National History Museum. In the Jack the Ripper Walk the students deepened their knowledge of the origins of modern day police profiling. In another event The Collyer’s Robotics Team secured a thrilling third place at the recent annual Student Robotics Competition at Newbury Racecourse, granting them a chance to represent the UK at the inaugural international robotics challenge in Washington DC in July.
In the academic world, a record number of 500 students and parents attended two information evenings at Collyer’s, which looked at the world of Higher Education emphasising the importance of preparation and research when choosing where to study next.
Looking at the world of work, Collyer’s recently ran a UK Border Control recruitment event. Border Forces are now recruiting Assistant Officers as Operating Delivery Apprentices, which is an excellent route into a career with the Home Office.