Monthly Archives: May 2017

Students see Paris sights

Our students took the opportunity to see the sights of Paris as part of their A Level English Language and Literature course. The trip to the French capital gave students an opportunity to see many of the landmarks they have written about in their Paris anthologies over recent months. Activities included seeing the Eiffel Tower,… Read more »

Art students hit the capital

Our students have visited a range of London art galleries and museums to prepare for a project. The A Level Art and Design students travelled south to carry out research in readiness for their Personal Investigation project. Whilst in the capital, the students focused on fine art at the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and… Read more »

Zoo visit gives students Psychology insight

Our Psychology students have experienced a close-up view of animal behaviour on a trip to Chester Zoo. The group of 100 AS Level students visited the zoo to enhance their studies by identifying and observing attachment behaviour in a number of animals. There were many examples of attachment behaviour that the students were able to… Read more »

Sixth Form students inspired by Iceland visit

Our A Level Geography students have been inspired by a range of magnificent sights on a trip to Iceland. The students swam in the Blue Lagoon geothermal pool and embarked on the classic Golden Circle tour, which included seeing a geyser, the Gulfoss waterfall, the Kerid volcanic crater and Pingvellir – the continental divide between Europe… Read more »