Historians Visit Berlin

During the half term holiday, the History Department took 42 Year 11 students to Berlin for the annual curriculum visit. They visited a variety of sites linked to their study of Germany and the Cold War, providing an excellent opportunity for them to see and experience places relating to the events that are studied in the GCSE course.

The packed four-day itinerary included visits to the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag Dome, the Brandenburg Gate, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, the German Resistance Museum, Checkpoint Charlie and the ‘Topography of Terror’ exhibition – to name but a few.  Needless to say, there was a lot of walking involved, as well as a very completive round of ten pin bowling on the final evening.

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