The area where my EOI is based has featured from its very inception in the late 1970s and early 1980s street names commemorating female writers, artists or key figures in many fields. In this mini-project my C1.2 and C2 students have focused on two of those streets and a nearby University campus building named after three British female trailblazers, namely mathematician Ada Lovelace (née Ada Byron), political activist Emmeline Pankhurst and writer Virginia Woolf. You are kindly invited to browse the site below to get to know more about these women and to discover the project work done by students to celebrate these British icons’ lives and achievements on International Women’s Day 2022.

https://sites.google.com/eoiflc.es/womenin50018/home

As you will see, the products created by students include podcasts, interviews, Draw My Life videos, articles, pamphlets and letters to Parliament. We hope you like them.

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