In the last week of the summer term, 50 Year 9 students were lucky enough to go on a Maths residential trip to London. The students visited the Science museum and took a guided tour of London, followed by a trip on the London Eye. The next day, after a hearty Premier Inn breakfast, they visited Bletchley Park to learn all about the coding used during WWII. They were even lucky enough to use an actual enigma machine, worth around half a million pounds!!
The students were all excellent company throughout, and were a real credit to the school. Thank you! From Miss Evans and the rest of the trip staff.