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Year 7 History visit to Conisbrough castle

The glorious keep, walls, inner bailey and a chance to ‘Meet the Medievals’ The onset of the June monsoon didn’t dampen the spirits of students from Year 7 on their visit to Conisbrough Castle near Doncaster on Friday 7th June. This was an opportunity for students to develop their understanding of the main developments in [&hellip…

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Year 8 History visit to the National Civil War Centre

Keep your powder dry ! A visit to the National Civil War Centre in Newark before the Easter break, gave students the opportunity to further their study of Britain’s deadliest conflict; the English Civil War. For our keen performers, came the opportunity to take on key roles in recreating the events of Charles I’s trial [&hellip…

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Y7 Theatre Trip to Private Peaceful, Newark

Private “Tommo” Peaceful, 17 years old, is to be shot at dawn. The British Army did this to its soldiers 306 times during the First World War, for cowardice, for desertion, for disobedience: forward was the enemy, backwards was the firing squad. Based on a children’s novel by Michael Morpurgo, this one-man staging took Y7 [&hellip…

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