Visit to the Supreme Court
The entire cohort of year 8 attended a trip to The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in Parliament Square.
The trip was organised as part of the school’s Enterprise and Citizenship curriculum for year 8 students to learn about the history, role and work of the Supreme Court in line with our British values.
The students behaved impeccably and took part in touring the supreme court, visiting the art exhibition, and took part in a whole year art mural whilst sitting on the on the grass in full view of Parliament Square, the Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the House of Lords.
Here is what some of our students had to say about the trip:
"I really liked doing some art on the grass and seeing the court." Tahsina 8A
"The day was very exciting and fun to experience.” Rahima 8A
"I really enjoyed going into the courts and going to the art exhibition.” Ibrahim 8A
"Something I learned on the trip was that that there is an Omega around the logo because it symbolises that the Supreme Court was the final source of justice.” Walid 8A