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Sixth Form Psychology Trip to London

On Saturday 25th January, with immense excitement, eighteen Year 12 Sixth Form Psychology students and three members of staff embarked on a journey to London as part of their A-level course.

The three day excursion included being transported back in time to the East End of 1888, walking in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper, a visit to the Freud Museum, taking part in a clinical hypnosis workshop, a sleep disorders talk and being petrified at the London Dungeons.  The students’ enthusiasm and impeccable behaviour made this trip a fun, laughter-filled and memorable adventure.

“I really enjoy Psychology and this trip gave me a change to broaden my knowledge of the subject” said student James Royston

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