Deadlifts Activity CP1

Not only do I enjoy sprinting, I enjoy going to the gym and genuinely putting as much effort into my progress as I can. Over the past few months I have been working on my deadlift and have increased the weights I’ve been able to…

CAS: Third and Final Activity Grind Report.

Over the past year I have had a lot of progression in improving lower leg strength. I have recently achieved two of my designated goals. These include: 20 kg lunges and 100 kg dead lift (my max so far has been 110 kg). I have…

TOK Presentation Reflection ACTUAL: A TOK Grind Report.

Woo Hoo, done and dusted, came out on top with a great grade 9/10, though this is prior to marking based upon the TOKPPD.¬† Words of wisdom from Mr. Todd, Persistence always comes out on top. (I may not have said that entirely as he…

Second Formal Extended Essay Grind report.

I’ll keep this one short and sweet. There isn’t much to add onto my reflection I guess, I’m on track having completed an extraction on Lantern Habanero chillies. There have been slight changes and I have begun writing the main body of the EE itself…

Project H.O.P.E. A year in summary.

Help Open People’s Eyes. A great acronym for a great cause. The members of our group are dynamic and creative and together we have achieved a lot this year. We began the year with the long struggle of creating a logo, something that would differentiate…

Fifth CAS reflection: A CAS grind update

End of the year, huge steps in CAS. Service: Through this recent meeting I have been able to discuss my involvement in the service aspects of CAS. The group I am part of, Project H.O.P.E. has been the highlight of my CAS journey, I have…

CAS Service: BSJ Country Fair 2017

Last Sunday, BSJ held the Eco country fair. I alongside Georgie, Vicky and Wilbert took part in organising a fun sponge game stand. We worked as a team to coerce people into taking part in our game and also were heavily involved in the process…

CAS Creativity: Project H.O.P.E. Wristbands

If you were walking around the common room during the late stages of term two, you most likely saw members of Project H.O.P.E. parading around trying to sell bands. Thanks to the cumulative efforts of members of our group we were able to design these…

TOK Presentation Reflection: A TOK Grind Report.

6 out of 10, not to sweet, but not too sour either. Vanessa and I were able to work together quite well in this practise presentation, though our grade was far from what we would consider great, it was satisfactory, that’s not to say it…