Lower Sixth Project

About the Lower Sixth Project

Between January 31 and April 2, 1997, the Bishops’ High School Old Students’ Association implemented a six-part discussion series for students in the Lower 6th. Under the theme “Youth – A Social Perspective,” students worked in a participatory manner to explore issues such as their hopes and concerns, the meaning of the BHS and relationships with ther significant persons in their lives. They engaged in activities such as small group discussion, role play, interviews and case study writing.

Reports from the Lower Sixth Project

The Lower 6th programme completed its 12th year during the period October 16 to November 20, 2009. Over the years, each group of students has presented a different picture of what it means to be in Lower 6th. While there were some common features among the responses from each group, there was also a uniqueness born of the synergy which produces the collective.

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