New for 2020-2021 we’re launching our MEDSOC | 


MEDSOC | Classroom to Consultant is a 2 year extracurricular programme for students pre and post 16 to enrich and support students as they prepare for a career in health and medicine.


There are 18 sessions designed to be delivered by a science teacher in the school setting on a bi weekly basis. 


The sessions have been produced by the Award winning Operating Theatre Live team in conjunction with leading NHS Doctors, university tutors and science teachers and include both student and teacher resources as well as a Powerpoint teaching aid. The sessions are built to really gear students for healthcare and medicine and have been built with impact in mind. Our sessions cover anatomy, physiology, disease, application of core principles of science to the medical world, the pillars of medicine, aptitude and decision making, processing data, up to date UCAS and careers information, 

Example material

  • Curriculum linked content for GCSE & Nat5’s

  • Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Science  

  • UCAS

  • Cadaveric dissection

  • Mathematics for healthcare

  • 1 x Data Project

  • Aptitude test practice

  • Applying for medicine 



Work Experience

MEDSOC |Classroom to Consultant quality work experience for perspective medical students is a key part of the application. Experiences at work experience can hugely influence a students aspirations and forms discussion at MVD interview. Our MEDSOC |Classroom to Consultant WORK EXPERIENCE LOG is a structured booklet with activities to give students a quality step-by-step experience on there placement. It probes students to consider how science is applied, to collect data as well as consider the ethics and pillars of medicine and its application in a human setting. 

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