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The Faculty strongly believes that students deserve a rich, supportive, extra-curricular program. Over the years we have offered a variety of clubs, as they have been requested. This has ranged from a book club, a citizenship club, to a homework club to an archive and digital movie club. If students have an idea for a club, they should see their teacher
 
These are a few of our current projects and clubs:
 
  • Students have the opportunity to come to the History Society, that runs on a Wednesday lunchtime in H1.
  • We have recently been working with Bring Out Your Dead Productions, discovering the truths of the East Anglian Witch trials
  • There is a bi-annual trip to the Battlefields open to all years
  • Every year we hold a trip abroad, open to GCSE or 6th Form, trips have included; Paris, Granada, Rome Berlin, Munich and most recently Washington and New York. We have trips planned for Washington, Belgium and Paris in 2018
 
 
 
Extra-Curricular Opportunities in Sixth Form
 
It is also important for students who have chosen to continue their studies beyond GCSE to engage in their subjects in various ways, which is why we offer:
  • Government and Politics visit to Parliament
  • Visits from guest speakers, such as local MPs
  • A chance to go to Auschwitz with the Holocaust educational trust (dependent on places allocated by the HET)
  • Conference days
  • Trips abroad
  • Position of Captains
  • Sixth form history/university preparation 
 
 

 

Some recent activities...


History Society
Recently History Society have been re-enacting battles, building pompeii, making clay models, reconstructing a replica of Hardwick Hall and getting people to engage with our 'Guess the Artefact event. We also attended a visit to Moyse's Hall and were given a private lecture on the East Anglian Witch Trials, with the support of Bring Out Your Dead Productions.







Previous activities have included building Catapults and attacking cake castles with malteser canons! We have also made a Battle of Britain Model. Currently students are working on making a film about the final days of WW2.


Medicine Revision at the Norwich Castle Museum 2016
A selection of 30 students were taken to Norwich Castle where they met a 19th Century Surgeon and also had to opportunity to handle historical artefacts relating to medicine. Students also engaged in a debate about who was the greatest medical pioneer of history.


International Peace Day 2015

The History Society decided to mark international peace day by making cakes and peace cakes to sell to students. All monies raised were sent to the War Child charity