A group of Sixth Form students visited the historic city of Bath earlier this term. The trip was organised as part of the school’s Problem Based Learning Days and allowed students in Years 12 and 13 to discover more about the history of Britain. Students visited the Roman Baths and learned about Roman Britain, such as their religious beliefs and daily life. Students also had the opportunity to see the Georgian architecture of the city that has led to its designation as a World Heritage Site.
The trip is one of the many extracurricular opportunities offered to students within the Sixth Form at Bishop Vaughan School. For many students, it was their first time visiting the city and all enjoyed the day.