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A Less Remote Education

Iyayi, Royal Springboard Bursary recipient and Stevens Academic Scholar, talks about Remote education, a return to the classroom and his plans for the future.

In response to the government coordinated closure of schools, Bradfield developed ‘Remote Education’, the College’s answer to the challenge of remote learning. In the October edition of the Bradfieldian, Savannah shares her experience of Remote Education.

So, we thought that we would also look at this but from a different perspective. We catch–up with Iyayi, known to his friends as Karlos, a Stevens Academic Scholar and Royal Springboard Bursary recipient in the Upper Sixth, for his take on online learning, returning to College and what the future holds. Luke Field, Iyayi’s Maths Tutor and Head of the Maths Department also presents a case for the benefits of having the Royal Springboard programme active in the College. 

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