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Planning and working with your teachers, you’ll use trips, visits and activities to pick up new ideas or apply methods you’ve developed in class.

Representatives from companies, industry experts, artists, drama companies, voluntary organisations, university academics, MPs and former students are regularly invited by teachers to come and give valuable talks to students. These give practical insights into particular subjects and topics and help you keep your learning both interesting and relevant. Experts are also called on to help assess and judge student presentations.

Learn a language

Give your curriculum vitae an extra boost and show that you understand the importance of international communication and that you’re serious about improving your skills.

Study visits

Put simply, our range of trips is stunning:over 100 in a single term. In the last year, trips have included:

Art & Design Level 3 Diploma Kettles Yard and Courtauld visits, and work with Nils Norman

Art & Design A level Curwen Print

Business Barclays Bank, Enactus Project, GE, Ben and Jerry’s competition

Cross-curricular  Learner Voice at Villiers Park, Anglia Ruskin Law taster Lincoln Law, Engineering and Psychology taster, Lessons from Auschwitz, Science Museum and BFI IMAX, Junior Chambers International mentorship, Careers events  and visits

Design Technology and Geography Silkeborg Gymnasium sixth form college in Denmark

Design Technology Textiles Knitting and Stitching Show, Isabella Blow exhibition

English Taming of the Shrew, British Library

English, Film and Media New York

Film Cambridge Film Festival, BFI

Geography Barcelona, Dockland and Stratford, Thetford

Health & Social Care Addenbrooke’s Nursing and Midwifery Day

History Stalin conference in London, the Somme, a day at The Guardian, a day the Faculty of History at the University of Cambridge

ICT BETT conference, The Gadget Show

Maths Senior Maths Challenges

Performing Arts/Drama subjects One Man Two Guvs, Macbeth; Splendid Productions, Chicago Chicago and Commedia dell’Arte workshops and performances of The Merchant of Venice, Spring Showcase, The Man Who and at the Corn Exchange (Holocaust Memorial Day)

Philosophy Ethics conference

Photography Hayward Gallery, Photographers’ Gallery

Politics Barcelona

Psychology Auschwitz-Birkenau, London Zoo Phobia Clinic

Science STEM at Duxford, Biomedical Campus, Big Biology Day, Homerton Faculty of Education MedImmune, Cambridge Brew House, Cambridge Science Festival (Bottle Your Genes), Kalvi Institute of Cosmology

Sociology  Manchester and Liverpool

Sport Pila ski trip, Twickenham, Lee Valley white water rafting

Visual Arts Annual Exhibition and Fashion Show