This morning’s lessons were a little more unusual than normal at Lady Margaret’s.
After a week of lessons, it was time for our Introduction to Medicine students to put what they had learned to the test in a heart dissection. It was certainly not a class for the squeamish, but it gave our students the perfect opportunity to examine live tissue and see the concepts they’ve read about in the flesh. Despite the gore, everyone was prepared to get stuck in and the tutors were very proud of how professionally the students behaved throughout.
Across campus, the Introduction to Architecture students were spending time on the cutting edge of their programme as they made scale models of structures. It was an uncommonly quiet class as everyone bent low over their work, determined to cut, glue, and balance precisely.
Meanwhile, the Business Challenge students headed out into Oxford city armed with surveys they’d put together themselves. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the UK, Oxford is teeming with culture, and is the perfect place to get a broad range of opinions. This public feedback is crucial as it will ultimately shape the business students’ final project – creating their very own mobile app!
In the evening, the staff threw a small party for the students in the marquee at LMH. It was a great opportunity for everyone to have some fun and let off some steam after a full week of lessons.