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The Girls' Division regularly hosts Arts and Sciences Enrichment Lectures, which are free and open to the public.
Full details of the current lecture series are available here, along with links to recaps of previous lectures.
'Do Scientists Dream of Synthetic Sheep?' Dr Jack Heal addresses the questions surrounding synthetic biology (2018/19 Lecture)
Simon Armitage gave readings and an address at the Poetry Festival, which also featured pupils reading their own work (2017/18 Lectures)
Dr Suzie Imber gave an inspirational talk which touched on her research, her passion for high-altitude mountaineering and her time on the TV programme 'Astronauts: Do You Have What it Takes?' (2017/18 Lectures)
Jeff Ralph gave The Royal Society of Statistics William Guy Lecture at Bolton School, talking about 'Society and Teenagers: How statistics reveal the changes in young people’s lives through the last century' (2017/18 Lectures)
'Sicily - An Island for Everyone' with TV historian Dr Michael Scott, Associate Professor in Classics and Ancient History at Warwick University (2017/18 Lectures)
Philosopher and theologian Dr Peter Vardy discussed 'Sexual Ethics' (2017/18 Lectures)
Tomasz Schafernaker, meteorologist and BBC weather presenter, spoke about his career (2017/18 Lectures)
The Actors of Dionysus performed 'Antigone' at Bolton School (2017/18 Lectures) Photo © Alex Brenner, taken at Norwich Playhouse
Former Chartered Civil Engineer Isobel Garner on 'Engineering the Building Blocks of Life' (2017/18 Lectures)
Former Liberal Democrat MP John Pugh talked about Life at Westminster (2017-18 Lectures)
Michael Howard discusses 'The Poetry of Art and the Art of Poetry' (2016/17 Lectures)
'Seeing Inside: Imagining the Structure and Function of the Human Body' with Dr Heather Williams (2016/17 Lectures)
'Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos' with Professor Jeff Forshaw (2016/17 Lectures)
An evening with poet Lemn Sissay (2016/17 Lectures)
In Conversation with Dame Evelyn Glennie (2016/17 Lectures)
'In Search of the Northern Lights' with Dr Melanie Windridge (2016/17 Lectures)
Dr Suzannah Lipscomb offered some 'Leadership Lessons from the Tudors' (2016/17 Lectures)
Dr Laura Waters talked about 'Alternatives to Animal Testing' (2016/17 Lectures)