S for Science, T for Technology, E for Engineering and M for Mathematics
In the light of our engaging activities throughout the School during Science Week last week, we are looking to produce a STEM careers case study booklet of former pupils. Our aim is to create a useful resource for our current pupils to use, enabling them to read about the inspiring careers of our Alumni. This is not only to demonstrate how science related careers do not always need a science related degree, but also to create a brochure of guidance and advice for all those pupils currently considering their University options.
Therefore, the Green & Silver Club would like to invite you to take part in the “People Like Me” Survey. Do follow the link below to answer a short questionnaire on your experiences, to give our pupils a real flavour of how “Surbiton girls” went on to work in STEM related careers. Thank you so much in advance for your time in helping us to help our pupils.
Mollie King attended Surbiton High School before she embarked on a hugely successful musical career
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