The Egg Project - LVI Psychology
It was an egg-citing week in LVI Psychology at the beginning of February with all the students tasked with taking care of an egg, much as if it were a child. They were able to see just how demanding it is to manage time and understand the needs of a baby, as well as forming attachments, with some long farewells when it came to returning the eggs. Unfortunately some of the eggs did not survive the experience (!) but the LVI psychologists have deepened their understanding of attachment and experienced first-hand the psychological difficulties of it, ready to apply their new knowledge in their lessons. Alice felt ‘It was hard because I gave so much, and she [the egg baby] gave nothing back’. Ilisha says, ‘It was a cracking few days!’. Well done LVI – below are some egg-scapades.