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The Sixth Form College Newsletter to Parents: February 2009 Farnborough Principal: John J Guy OBE BSc PhD MA MEd FRSA MRSC Student Association Elections 2009-10 In the Spring Term each year, we hold elections for the Student Association Committee. The positions are open to any student (subject to the approval of the Personal Tutor) who is in the first year of a two-year course and the term of office is one year, from Easter 2009 to Easter Student President Theo McCusker and Vice President Stuart Rowland 2010. These are significant posts, and universities and host a visit by Shadow Secretary of State, Michael Gove MP. employers hold in high regard students who have held such offices. Student President and Vice President Whilst all the posts are important, the most significant positions are those of Student President and Vice President, so ably undertaken this year by Theo McCusker and Stuart Rowland. Both act as important ambassadors for the College and are involved in all its public functions - so public speaking is an essential element of these posts. Both the Student President and the Vice President are Governors of the College and are expected to attend all Governors’ meetings Student President Theo McCusker says: and sit on some of the Governors’ Committees. “Being part of the Student Association means being part of an active Thus the roles of Student President and Vice President and ambitious committee that aims to make the College lives of present an excellent opportunity to develop leadership students extra special. Not only do the SA organise a variety of College events but they also skills within the student community and to contribute work alongside members of staff (including the Principal!) who will seek to the corporate governance of a College with an the views of the SA when any issues affecting the students are raised. annual income of approximately £15 million - neither Stuart and I have had the opportunity to make a real difference to the College community. If you are thinking of running in the Student post can be undertaken lightly. Association elections, I would fully encourage you to stand.” The time commitment is not excessive – but meetings need to take precedence over part-time jobs, and Thanks to the Student Association Committee time-management skills need to be sufficiently well- 2008-2009 developed to manage A-level deadlines. Voting: We use the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system for all posts. Students rank the candidates in order of preference and the elected officer is the first candidate to reach 50% of the available votes, after transfers if necessary. The Vice President will be the runner up in the election for the Student President. Other Student Association Posts Treasurer: monitors the SA funds and keeps up to date accounts. Secretary: organises all meetings, including Student Council; records minutes. Events Officer: organises and publicises a variety of social and other events. Parents: Charities Officer: organises a variety of fundraising It would be helpful if parents could discuss with students events including the students’ RAG week. the opportunities and responsibilities that the roles of Publications Editor: leads the editorial team - College Student President, Vice President, or any member of Magazine and Year Book. the Committee present and encourage those who Teaching for Learning Officer: represents the views of would like to take on such a high profile role to stand the student body on the development of teaching in the elections to be held this term. excellence, and sits on the Governors’ Curriculum and Students: Quality Committee and also on the College’s Equality Nomination Packs will be available from the Student and Diversity Committee. Services office from 25 February. Nominations Environment Officer: encourages us all to place are accepted only if you have a good record of environmental issues high on the agenda, individually commitment and attendance and the approval of and collectively. your Personal Tutor. Sports Officer: represents the activities of the many sports teams in the College and will organise an Inter- Student Association Election Timetable 2009 Tutor Group Sporting Event in 2009-10. 2009 Election launched Wednesday 25 February Performing Arts Officer: represents the activities of 12.15 pm - Café Direct the many students engaged in performing arts in the Closing Date for nominations Tuesday 10 March (noon) College. Hustings Begin Friday 13 March Community Links Officer: encourages and organises Election (e-voting on Intranet) 19 - 24 March (noon) community activities by students, liaising closely with RESULTS Wednesday 25 March Jenny Osborne, Lead Tutor for enrichment. 12.15 pm Café Direct AS and A2 Module Results Summer Examinations 2009 A week early - on CRISTAL Web Coursework Deadlines - all courses The official publication date for the AS and A2 module Every year, some students find that they miss deadlines because they manage their time poorly. Please check with results this term is Thursday 19 March. However, the your son or daughter if deadlines are approaching - planning results are likely to arrive in electronic form on ahead is very important! Thursday, 12 March 2009. Plagiarism - Don’t lend work; don’t get disqualified Staff in Registry will do all they can to transfer the results A reminder to all students; coursework must be the work of the to students’ secure pages on CristalWeb as early as student alone. In the past, on occasions and often in panic, possible on that day. CristalWeb can be opened via work has been copied from other candidates. This will always the Internet at home or on the College Intranet. lead to disqualification from the examination. If a student lends work to another student “to help him out” or “because she is Parents’ Evenings for 1st Year Students a good friend and she said she wouldn’t copy it directly”, it is Parents of students studying on the first year of a 2 year likely that his or her entry will also be disqualified. course, or on a 1 year course, are invited to the Spring Never lend coursework or research notes to another student Parents’ Evenings which will be held on two evenings: - and if there is a real difficulty, always consult your subject tutor over sharing of work. Thursday 12 March 2009 5.30 - 8.30 pm When writing an extended essay, all references must be fully Monday 16 March 2009 5.30 - 8.30 pm acknowledged. If students find helpful paragraphs in a book As usual, we expect students to accompany parents or on the Internet, they must not copy and paste it into their in order to make the discussion as helpful and fruitful own essays in the pretence that they have written it. It is likely as possible. that the examiner will recognise it - and the work will then be When you arrive, please go straight to your first disqualified. appointment. Should you need a map, it can be College tops Southern England table collected from either the main entrance to the College The College achieved the best results out of all colleges in the or the rear entrance near to Time Out. The map will south of England, according to the league tables published show you where the tutors are located. by the government last month. According to the tables, the Students will be able to make appointments nearer average A level points score per student of 1043.6 makes it the time on Appointment Forms to be completed on the top college in Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex and the whole of your behalf. the South West, and third in the whole of England. Last year, over 800 students moved on to universities across the Please note that: country making the College one of Britain’s most significant 1 subject tutors will be in their normal teaching sources of undergraduates. locations; 2 the careers adviser will be in College each evening Congratulations: Haiku winners for the new and will be pleased to make an appointment to see Building Why? A child asks why? you; And thousands of physicists 3 when making appointments, students should build ask that same question. in plenty of walking time between locations; Surein Aziz 4 if you wish to see the student’s personal tutor, it is best to see him or her last; 5 teachers do try to keep to time - please do not assume that the interview is endless! If you wish to have an extended meeting, this should be arranged separately. Congratulations to all the students who entered Haiku verse to be embedded into glass panels in the new building. Second Year Students in need of help Haiku is a type of poetry from the Japanese culture. Haiku The above Parents’ Evenings will also be available to parents combines form, content, and language in a meaningful, of second year students who are experiencing difficulty. If yet compact form with simple words and grammar using you have concerns, please ask your son or daughter to make just 17 syllables and three lines. The winners are: appointments with his or her subject tutor. First year Surein Aziz Sam Poulson Review Data Short-hand data concerning students’ progress in terms of Second Year attendance, the standard they are working towards, and Harriet Burrows Abhijit Chandgadkar time-management are enclosed with this newsletter. Students Richard Smith on AS courses have undertaken a January Subject Review; Leavers 2008 you can ask to see their action plans on CristalWeb which will Lauren Arthur Anjuli Borgonha form the basis of discussions at the Parents’ Evenings. AS and Emily Callaghan-Sloane Jonathan Kemp A2 module results will have been published electronically by Lucy Welford the time of the meetings. The winners will each receive a cheque for £100 and will be invited to the opening ceremony of the new Building. MISUSE OF THE COLLEGE NETWORK Occasionally, we have examples of misuse of the College Network. The College Network is principally for study-related College Attendance and Illness activity and the storing or transmitting of inappropriate or The vast majority of students attend regularly and on time - that is the College requirement. A few, however, seem to miss classes offensive messages and images is a disciplinary matter, as it for apparently trivial reasons, often quoting medical appointments is in the workplace; trading from College e-mail addresses or sudden illness which smites them down for 24 hours. In these is similarly forbidden. In these circumstances, disciplinary circumstances, parents will be asked to verify absences. measures will always be taken which could lead to suspension It is timely to point out that all references refer to attendance and/or exclusion from the College. Any students who receive records and, given the demand for places at the College, those offensive messages or images by e-mail should notify the Help with a poor attendance will not necessarily be retained in College Desk immediately. for a second year. Where attendance falls below 90%, the College Should illegal material or images be stored or transmitted, the Charter makes it clear that the student’s place at the College will College will not hesitate to inform the police immediately. be put in jeopardy. Important Meeting for First Year Parents University Admissions 2009 A record number of students have completed UCAS applications Higher Education Information Evening and are now receiving offers. Between May and June students will be required firmly to accept their first choice university, subject to their Thursday 23 April achieving the grades required; they can also hold an insurance offer. 6 pm and 7.30 pm Each student is given an individual deadline date by UCAS. Amongst the many successful applicants to top universities are the What can you study? Where? How do you apply? following 26 students who have won Oxbridge places: What does it cost? What about debt? Admission by ticket only. CAMBRIDGE Joshua Armstrong Trinity Hall French and German This will be held in the Prospect Theatre. Tickets available Maria Burova St John’s Medicine for either session from the Student Services Office. Sophie Dundovic St John’s Mathematics Thomas Lewin Sidney Sussex Economics HE Finance for students starting university in 2009 Henry Male Magdalene Natural Sciences New students will apply online direct to the Student Loan Theo McCusker Sidney Sussex Law Company who will assess their eligibility for funding and for Yevgeniya Melnychuk Churchill Law Matthew Peskett Churchill Computer Science the student maintenance loan. Students and parents can Adam Pollard Girton Mathematics register their interest now at: www.studentfinanceengland. Pramin Raut Corpus Christi Medicine co.uk. Information packs for students have been ordered from Katherine Reynolds Murray Edwards Mathematics the Student Loan Company and will be given out in tutorial Jessica Stewart Pembroke English Literature lessons later this term. Up to date figures will be posted on the OXFORD College website when we receive them. Laura Buffett Somerville Mathematics Emily Callaghan-Sloane Trinity English Careers events for students Olivia Collins Magdalen Law with European Law As a holder of the prestigious Investors in Careers Award, Peter Gornall Christ Church Law the College is proud of the careers support and guidance it Meghan Jobson Jesus Law provides for all students. Adam Lapthorn University Philosophy Politics & Economics Thursday 12 February Alex Lau Somerville Philosophy Politics & Economics Christine Leung Merton Economics & Management So you want to be a Vet? – Royal Veterinary College Sarah Reeve Magdalen Physiology & Psychology Tuesday 24 February Charles Rooke St Anne’s Law So you want to be a Teacher? – University of Southampton Tim Saunders Somerville Mathematics Thursday 26 February Tristana Smith Wadham Experimental Psychology Progression talk for one year students – Farnborough College Reece Straker St Peter’s Physics of Technology Demelza Vinnicombe Corpus Christi Medicine Kaplan – opportunities in Accounting Tuesday 3 March So you want to be a pilot? - TAG Aviation Getting in to Oxbridge 2010 Wednesday 11 March Index Recruitment talk - One year students and second year Wednesday 11 March 2009; 1pm employment seekers Prospect Theatre Thursday 26 March So you want to be a doctor? Queen Mary, University of Richard Partington London Monday 30 March Churchill College, Cambridge UCAS HE Convention – University of Surrey. A requirement for Dr Mark Wormald all first year students thinking of university. Coaches will take Corpus Christi College, Oxford students from College to the University throughout the day. Tuesday 28 April This is an annual event to which parents and students are Information evening for new students and parents 5.30 pm welcome. There will be an opportunity to talk to the - 8.30pm. Students considering taking a new subject in their Oxbridge representatives and ask questions. second year might find it helpful to visit Curriculum Areas in the Visits to Colleges and Open Days College on Information Evening in order to speak to subject A series of visits will be organised to enable students to see specialists. some Oxbridge Colleges in the summer. Further details will Friday 3 July be available after Easter. Moving On Day. An exhibition and a day of careers seminars for all First Year students. Wednesday 23 September Important Term Dates 2009-2010 College deadline for medicine, veterinary science and Oxbridge UCAS forms. Students applying for popular courses Parents’ evenings Thurs 12 & Mon 16 March 2009 at oversubscribed universities should aim to meet this deadline Easter Vacation Mon 6 April - Fri 17 April 2009 Information Evening Tuesday 28 April 2009 as well. May Holiday Monday 4 May 2009 Free Flying Lessons! Study Leave L6 only Monday 18 May 2009 Reading Week Mon 25 May - Fri 29 May 2009 Air Training League Scholarships A2 courses begin Tuesday 9 June 2009 Tag Aviation Farnborough is once again End of Summer Term Thursday 9 July 2009 (4.15 pm) sponsoring three scholarships for sixth A and AS results Thursday 20 August 2009 form students to learn to fly. Last year GCSE results Thursday 27 August 2009 Farnborough SFC students won all three: New Academic Year Wed 2 September (enrolment) Adam Arkley, Sam Legg and Nick Marchment. Students Second Year return Thurs 10 & Fri 11 September 2009 who wish to apply for this great opportunity should collect Full Term starts Monday 14 September 2009 an application form from Lesley Grovenor-Ellis (office in the Reading Week Mon 26 - Fri 30 October 2009 Tutorial corridor) as soon as possible. Open Days Wed 11 & Thurs 12 November 2009 Christmas Vacation Mon 21 Dec 2009 - Fri 1 Jan 2010 Rushmoor Youth Forum Study days Mon 4 & Tues 5 January 2010 The Rushmoor Youth Forum is able provide limited financial help for Reading Week Mon 15 - Fri 19 February 2010 educational trips abroad (maximum £150 per student). Easter Vacation Fri 2 April - Fri 16 April 2010 For further information about the grants or forum membership visit May Holiday Monday 3 May 2010 the website: http://www.rushmoor.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=768 Reading Week Mon 31 May - Fri 4 June 2010 or call the Rushmoor Youth Forum on 01252 546408. End of Summer Term Thursday 8 July 2010 (4.15 pm) College Spring Concerts Farnborough Music Society Concerts Music for Soprano and Clarinet “Strictly Young Musicians...” A recital by Jan Barklem, Soprano and - a recitalists’ platform Max Welford, Clarinet Students of the College perform a programme to include Saturday 28 February 2009, 7.30pm works by: Prospect Theatre Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Mozart, Taffanel, Britten and Williams Arcadian Quartet Saturday 7 March 2009, 7.30pm The String Quartet was formed in 1999, while its members St Peter and St Paul, Godalming were all studying at the Trinity College of Music and whilst there won the prestigious Barbirolli Prize. Music from America Friday 27 March 2009, 7.30pm The College Big Band, Chamber Choir Prospect Theatre and Choral Society A selection of American Big Band hits. Tickets for all events from College Services 01252 688219 Thursday 26 March 2009, 7.30pm Prospect Theatre Drama and Dance Performance Exams Leavers’ Concert 2009 This informal concert marks the day on which many of our Audiences are warmly welcome to attend any second year students will leave us and it is therefore fitting of the examination events. to send them on their way with some music! Friday 22 May 2009 AS Drama and Theatre Studies. Prospect Theatre Unit 2 Group Performance Exams Thursday 19 March - Wednesday 25 March, Advance Notice 5.30pm onwards, Prospect Theatre. Handel’s Acis and Galatea A collection of group performances from selected texts The College Chamber Choir Friday 10 July 2009, 7.30pm A2 Practical Dance Exams St Paul’s, Covent Garden Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 April, 5.30pm onwards, Prospect Theatre. Sports Report Summer Dance Show The College has recently taken over 100 students to the South East Regional College Championships. Students competed to win the chance of representing the South East at the National Finals in April at Loughborough University. The outstanding performance of Farnborough students resulted in 21 going through to the National Finals with 5 more yet to Featuring Dance A Level Exam work be confirmed. and Dance Company performances The individual and team qualifiers are as follows: Event winners: Catherine Fearnley - Badminton singles; Tom Forsyth and Elizabeth Fearnley - Badminton mixed doubles; Catherine Taylor, Claire Arnold, Sophie Smith, Katie Smith and Danielle Brewer - women’s cross country team event; Sam Thursday 21 May 2009, 7.30pm Moreton - 50m and 100m front crawl and relay; Tom Keen - Tickets from College Services 50m and 100m backstroke; Andrew Willis - 100m breaststroke and 200m individual medley; Felicity Mattos -100m backstroke; Gemma Bannister - 200m individual medley and 100m butterfly; Car parking around the College Phillip Birkitt, Marc Fox, Joseph Norris and Andrew Pike - men’s New parking arrangements have been introduced in the Trampolining; area around the College. There are now designated Student Qualifiers: Tom Bowerman - cross country; Charlotte Harris and Parking Bays on the roads and users MUST display a permit to Jenny Wing - Advanced Regional Trampolining team; Lydia park there. Failure to display a permit will result in a £60 fixed Osborne - Novice Regional Trampolining team. penalty fine. 5 female rugby players are also being considered for the Second year students driving to College thus have three Regional team at the end of the month. possible parking places - The Brian Smith Car Park on site, the new on-road Student Bays, and Farnborough Football Club - Congratulations! each with different permits. Alex Jones on his selection for the UK Judo Talent Development College policy states that parking is only available to first Squad. year students later in the year - we have just reached the Katie Smith, Sophie Smith and Catherine Taylor on point where they may apply for a temporary permit to use successfully reaching the finals of the British Schools Biathlon the Football Club. These students will be given first choice Championships. of permits in the second year, either on-road or on-site. Amy Woods on her selection for the 2009 Great Britain Students should not park their cars in any other places, Aerobic Gymnastics Squad. particularly outside residential homes in more distant roads. Rosie Reynolds on receiving an offer of a place from the renowned Laban Dance Centre. Dropping off students Please do not use the College Car Parks to drop off or pick Feedback up students. An increase in car movements inevitably creates If you have any comments about the quality of education greater risks when pedestrian activity is at its height - It would which you feel your son or daughter is experiencing at the be helpful to arrange a safe meeting place a little distance College, please do not hesitate to contact me. from the College. John Guy, Principal February 2009 College News Extra Wonderful Festival of L e s s o n s a n d C ar o ls A congregation of over 1000 friends and family of students and staff gathered for a traditional service of readings and carols at the Royal Memorial Chapel, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, on the last day of the Autumn term. The service, the brainchild of the College’s Director of Music Paul Bambrough, was led by the Sixth Form College Chaplain, Rev Rachel Bennetts and the Senior Chaplain of the Royal Memorial Chapel, Rev Timothy Cole. The musical tone of the evening was set by student tenor soloists Daniel Coldridge and Josh Nancolas, whose opening unaccompanied plainsong, Pour Down, O Heavens, sung from the rear balconies filled the Chapel with song. Once in Royal David’s City was intoned by soprano Sarah Brown before the College Choir sang the second verse in the distance as they approached the Chapel doors. The Congregation, standing in the magnificence of the candle-lit church, accompanied the final verses as the choir of over 100 processed into the Chapel, taking their seats in the choir stalls. There followed a series of carols and hymns, with readings by students, staff and governors of the College. Soprano soloists Vicky Tay and Pippa Grayson and tenor Steve Mills sang moving interpretations of Ave Maria, There’s a Light Upon the Mountains and In the Bleak Midwinter respectively, supported by a magnificent College Choir which reached professional standards of musicianship under Paul Bambrough’s tutelage and direction. The Mayor and Mayoress of Rushmoor, Cllr and Mrs Alan Ferrier, attended the concert. Cllr Ferrier said, “This has been a magnificent evening of musical preparation for Christmas and the College should be congratulated on the quality of music which I would expect from professional choirs – it has been wonderful.” Grimm Tales for Christmas College students delighted packed Prospect Theatre audiences in early December with a sparkling makeover of favourite tales from the Brothers Grimm in a witty and wise performance which skipped as lightly as the clever hedgehog outwitting the hapless hare. Hansel (played by Jeremy Day), escaping his feeble father (played by his brother Richard), led his starving sister Gretel (Alice Phypers) through a dense, dark, living forest of human branches only to find themselves fattened up for the witch’s cooking pot. But of course the horrid hag (Rebecca Alloway) couldn’t escape her hideous fate and, once she was in the fire, all lived happily ever after! There were many other intriguing tales in a fine ensemble performance by College enrichment drama students; the cast (almost entirely drawn from first year students) skilfully used every aspect of physical expression to inspire the imagination through these sometimes dark but always entertaining tales. There were moments of wonderful comedy, a creative technical crew who really got the best from the space, and a hard-working, beautifully costumed cast who took on dozens of parts - together they sang their way Jeremy Day and Alice Phypers as Hansel and Gretel into the festive season. Abhijit wins national computing competition Second year student, Abhijit Chandgadkar, has won a high-specification laptop computer as first prize in a national competition arranged by Manchester University to celebrate 60 years of the modern computer. Abhijit was told about the competition last summer by his computing teacher Chris Taylor and despite revising for his AS levels in maths, computer science, physics and business studies, he took time to write a computer animation on Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Abhijit said, “I decided that it would be sensible to write a program relating to my A level syllabus and thought I would add a touch of humour, so I wrote it to show what life would be like if Newton’s Third Law of Motion was incorrect!” His entry so impressed the judges that he won two awards, the Best Program and the Best Comedy Film, resulting in his being named as the overall national winner. Many congratulations, Abhijit, from the whole College! Fun Run supports Sebastian’s Action College Media Students showcase Trust photographic images Sixteen A-Level Leisure Studies students are challenging College families and local residents to run along the streets of Farnborough on Sunday 8 March 2009 to raise money for local charity, Sebastian’s Action Trust. Following the outstanding success of the last year’s first Farnborough 6 Fun Run, well over 500 runners Media students will be showcasing their Media Production are expected to take part. photography work in an exhibition entitled, This is Me: an Runners will have the chance to run six or three mile road exploration of identity through form and style next week. The races or a one mile fun run on the College grounds. Half of exhibition will be at the popular community arts venue, The the entry fee will be donated to Sebastian’s Action Trust as West End Centre, in Aldershot, between 26 January and 9 will all of the personal sponsorship raised. February. Sebastian’s Action Trust was established in memory of The work of the group of 12 students, all aged 16-17, is inspired Sebastian Gates who was diagnosed with Wilms’ Tumour by the theme of identity, drawing also on the importance of in 2001 at the age of 7 and who died two years later. In family and friendship. the month before he died, Sebastian launched a Trust to Using a range of classic and experimental forms and styles, purchase a holiday home that would provide for families like the exhibition presents a colourful and diverse collection. The his to spend precious time together, away from the hospitals young photographers are all students on the highly successful and punishing treatment regimens, but with specialist one year OCR Media National Certificate Course. Before the support if needed. Building work has already started on project, most of them had little experience of camera use Sebastian’s House in North Waltham and the funds raised by except for holiday snapshots. The Farnborough 6 Fun Run will provide a great boost to the The exhibition is open to the general public at the West project. End Centre, Aldershot, until Monday 9th February - we Tom Collisson is Chairperson of the 2009 Fun Run, and he hope parents will be able visit the exhibition if they are in intends the 2009 event to be even better than last year. Tom Aldershot. said, “We already have lots of runners, from the age of 18 months to 80, and we even have two runners who are going College students help women in to pull a fridge around the course!” There’s still plenty of time to enter and the students intend it childbirth to be a real family day to raise lots of money for Sebastian’s Action Trust. Entry and sponsorship forms for all the races can be found by visiting www.farnboroughsfc2.ac.uk/RunningEvent.aspx. Entry fees are £8 for the 6 mile race, £5 for the 3 mile and £2 for the 1 mile fun run. News in Brief Jessica Stewart and Kat L’Oste-Brown hear about World War 2 from the mouth of a Chelsea Pensioner. Calum Piper receives the Students see their mural unveiled at Frimley Park Hospital Young Athletics Official of the Year Award from Olympic A stunning new work of art created by A level Art students Gold Medallist, David Hemery. is helping pregnant women through the experience of childbirth. Frimley Park Hospital’s central delivery suite (CDS) is the new home of a spectacular mural which was unveiled at the hospital recently. A2 Applied Art and Design students from the College put together the stunning mural, now hanging in the birthing Christmas singalong with pool room. The overall theme of the mural is the four seasons, children from Farnborough and students took individual responsibility for each of the 24 Grange Infants School panels. The complete design was also made into the 2008 Christmas card for the College. Julie Frohlich, CDS manager at Frimley Park Hospital, said: “Many women find it helpful to focus on a picture or object during contractions—this is used as a distraction especially 2nd year student David as labour progresses. There is plenty to focus on with this Lovegrove is UK Formula fantastic design—it contains something for everyone.” 3 Hovercraft Champion Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Chairman Sir Mike and came 2nd in the Aaronson thanked the College for generously donating the World Championships in work to the hospital. He said the work was “absolutely right” Sweden. for its new home.
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