A Level students enriching their study of Weimar and Nazi Germany
The History department took 31 A Level students to Berlin for 3 days to support their study of the history of Weimar and Nazi Germany. The students were able to visit many sites of historical significance, including Sachsenhausen concentration camp, the Olympic Stadium and the Reichstag. As one student Leah said, ‘seeing the actual places and learning about the individual stories of the people living under the Nazi regime has really helped me consolidate my understanding’. After all the academic study and walking around Berlin, the students and teachers thoroughly enjoyed a game of bowling to relax! It was certainly a thought provoking and enriching trip.