On Thursday 6th June, 40 of our wonderful Year 9 students embarked on a tour of Belgium and Northern France to further their understanding of the First World War.
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On Friday 15 February a group of our Y12/13 Sociology and Politics students had a fantastic time exploring Shepton Mallet Prison. The purpose of the visit was to investigate the criminal justice system and understand how the prison system has evolved through the centuries.
Last Friday, 50 of our Year 9 students visited Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset as part of our history work on World War One and the changing nature of warfare during the 20th Century.
The whole of year 7 visited Chepstow Castle on 8th November as part of their History unit on The Norman invasion and conquest.
Forty year 9 and 10 students are currently in Normandy, France on a MFL trip. The group left Bath on Sunday morning at 5am to arrive at their destination, the Château de la Baudonnière near Avranche, later that afternoon.
On Friday 27th January, for Holocaust Memorial Day, the school remembered those affected by the terrible atrocities of the Nazi regime.