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Welcome to the Community Lectures site on the Thomas Hardye School Portal, a place to find the latest news and details about upcoming lectures, as well as information on previous lectures.
 

Venue: All lectures will take place in the School Theatre

Time: All lectures start at 7.00pm

 
Admission: Free of Charge, tickets normally available from school reception from 9.00 am on release date (two weeks prior to each lecture). Maximum four tickets per person.

Donations are welcomed at the end of each lecture - The money raised goes to charitable causes.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Professor Monica Grady CBELanding on a Comet - Reflections on the Rosetta MissionMonday, 05 February
In her lecture, Monica Grady will share her experiences of what it was like to be part of the Rosetta mission. She will consider why comets are such important objects to explore and summarise the most significant results from the Rosetta mission.
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 Upcoming Events

05/02/2018 19:00 Landing on a Comet - Reflections on the Rosetta Mission 
In her lecture, Monica Grady will share her experiences of what it was like to be part of the Rosetta mission. She will consider why comets are such important objects to explore and summarise the most significant results from the Rosetta mission.
05/03/2018 19:00 The Unexpected Maths of Juggling 
In this talk the Colin Wright demonstrates a selection of the patterns and skills of juggling. By using elementary mathematics these patterns can be classified, leading to a simple way to describe those patterns that are known already, and a technique...
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 ​Two Jims Podcast

 
 

On March 9th 2015, Professor James Lovelock CH CBE FRS was in conversation with Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE in the Theatre of the Thomas Hardye School. It was a fascinating evening that you can hear again with this audio Podcast.