Baroness Susan Greenfield paid a visit to Didcot Girls’ School on Wednesday 18th April and gave a talk to Greenfield House members and Didcot Sixth Form. Not only was she able to visit the house in her namesake, but she was able speak about her journey; both professionally and personally. Her key message to the students was that finding their personal identity filled with their own interests and drive is the most important thing in life and she was able to inspire students by describing science as much more than facts; that it is elegant, philosophical in its discovery and can expose dimensions of our human nature. Baroness Greenfield looks forward to maintaining a strong relationship with Didcot Girls’ School and Didcot Sixth Form and was impressed with questions that were asked of her. Here she is pictured with Dr Gohar Khan and Executive Headteacher of Ridgeway Education Trust Mrs Rachael Warwick.