World Affairs Day
Humanities

World Affairs Day

World Affairs Day 2017 covered some very sensitive and mature topics, namely capital punishment, genocide and then a presentation from Amnesty International where four volunteer representatives spoke to us about the inspirational life changing work that they do. We began with a session on capital punishment, the general attitude of the group was that capital … Continue reading

World Affairs Day
Humanities

World Affairs Day

On the thirteenth of March year twelve were given a day to learn more about the Holocaust- we had three different sessions each exploring a different aspect of the Holocaust before John Dobai, a Holocaust survivor, gave a talk about his experiences. It was a very valuable day and enabled us to look in more … Continue reading

Crown, Parliament, and Revolution History Conference
Humanities / School Trips

Crown, Parliament, and Revolution History Conference

On Wednesday 15th March, fifteen year 13 History students travelled to Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London, in order to attend a lecture day appraising Stuart Britain from 1603-1702. The students who attended are currently studying the English Revolution 1625-1660 as part of their A-level course, so the lecture day provided a great opportunity to consolidate … Continue reading