On Tuesday 29th January, Dr Christopher Babbs, former BGSB school captain was invited to deliver another Roger Kay lecture.
This talk particularly appealed to students hoping to study medicine at university as Dr Babbs delivered an interesting and insightful perspective into the medical world.
Dr Babbs not only shared his experiences as a Consultant Physician, but also interested and brought humour to his talk as he informed us about the history of the development of medicinal practices.
This was a very useful talk for aspiring medics as they were given career advice about the various specialisations in medicine and the type of qualities required for a doctor.
Written by Emily, Year 13