Key Stage 3 – Zero Club

As a reward for maintaining an immaculate behavioural record, 28 students from Key Stage 3 visited the London Docklands Museum in Canary Wharf. During the day, students discovered the significant role that the River Thames played in the development of London as well as the ethical issues linked to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The most popular exhibit among the students was ‘London during World War II’ where students were able to experience first hand what life in London was like during the Blitz – including the use of an underground shelter! The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all and the students were, as always, perfect ambassadors of the school.