In April, 26
pupils from Bridgewater
High School years 10 and
11, made the
trip across Europe to Greece
on a Philosophy Studies educational visit. The pupils experienced first
the ancient monuments produced to worship the Greek God dynasty that
important to the Athenians around 700 years before the birth of Jesus.
pupils stood in utter amazement at everything from beautiful bronze
found at the bottom of the Aegean sea
bronze shields carried by ancient Spartans in the many battles which
the Peloponnesian wars.
The students were
also lucky enough to visit the Agora,
which was the old market place in the centre of Athens where Socrates, Plato and
taught for the first time their ideas which would influence not only
philosophy but the whole of Western society as we know it today.
All in all both
teachers and pupils alike had a wonderful
time exploring the ancient wonders
The only question now is.
‘Where do I sign up for the A2 course?’
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