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A Trip to Bournville – the home of Cadbury

The smell of melted chocolate, big smiles and the bags of goodies sums up our go girl summer tours. We started off early, with sleepy eyes and coffee, to Cadbury’s world in Birmingham. We arrived at Bournville in time for … Continue reading

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Session 30: Woo-hoo! Thirty sessions done!

After thirty Go girl sessions, it’s amazing to look back and see how far the girls have come. They have been committed to the project, putting in as much effort as they can. The improvements, the friendships and knowledge of … Continue reading

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Session 29: Personal projects progress report

As the project presentation date draws closer, the girls are ensuring that they put in much effort to see their projects through to completion. Today, we started with our usual check-ins from the past week and discussed with the team … Continue reading

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Session 27: Personal Projects – Phase 1

Today was very exciting and productive, though we didn’t have a full house because some of the girls couldn’t make it to the session, it was a good start for most of the personal and group projects. The take-home assignments … Continue reading

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Session 26: Personal Projects – Background research and project planning

The long break is over and we are ready to start working on our personal projects! Today’s session started with our usual check-in and everyone seemed to have had a nice holiday- Sabbah in Egypt, Paula in Dubai, Anne & … Continue reading

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Session 22: Cake Sale & Blogging

After a successful bake sale yesterday morning at the Department of Education, we were tired but excited that we raised some money for Paige. We would like to use this medium to say a big “Thank you” to everyone who … Continue reading

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Session 18: Thinkersmith Traveling Circuits: Robotics and Pseudocodes

Once everyone arrived, we had our weekly check-in and recaps from the previous week. Lita Thornhill and Luke Mattam, representatives of the Oxfordshire CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) conference 2016 joined us to briefly discuss what and who … Continue reading

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