Marty is joined by Richard Armstrong director of Co-Curricular activities at Wellington College Hangzhou to talk about the upcoming Education Festival, EdFest.
Marty talks to student council member Jerry Li about what’s going on around the school in this weeks student council catch up.
Baz Reilly talks to Miss Ma about the Li House charity event for world Down Syndrome day.
Student Council Catch Up Ep 1 Marty talks to student council members Coco Li and Icy Wang about what has been going on at school. Student answers are in both English and Mandarin.
Baz Reilly talks to head of science Mr. Duggan about science week and all of the activities that will be going on in Wellington College International and Huili School Hangzhou.
Kingsley Chen from class 3C returns to talk to Baz Reilly about his new essay on whether junk food should be served in school canteens.
As part of the ongoing Book of the Week series between DukeBox and the Wellington Library, the Head Librarian Lucy Atherton recommends Sapiens: A Graphic History: The Birth Of Humankind, a graphic novel by the Israeli author Yuval Noah Harari.
In the latest of the Hidden Figures from the Wellington College enrichment class, Matilda examines some of the non-white influences in the tap dancing scene, focusing on African-American communities and people.
Has podcasting caught your eye or ear? At DukeBox, we know all about that feeling! In this short introduction to the technical side of podcasting, we cover basic starting points such as which microphone to use, through to adding more audio and editing your sound. Soon you’ll have highly-polished podcasts with crisp audio and […]
In the first of the new Book of the Week series, a collaboration between DukeBox and the Wellington Library, student Emilie recommends Delia Owens’ novel ‘Where The Crawdads Sings’.