On Wednesday, 13 year 10 history students spent a day at Berkeley Campus with fellow Focus history students from both the Berkeley and Plymouth Campuses. The aim of the day was to learn more about the processes involved in the treatment of sick and wounded soldiers during World War One.
We were fortunate to have the services and expertise from Frontline Living History who visited our school last November.
This time however, the focus was on the injuries soldiers sustained during WWI and how they were treated, which links in perfectively with their GCSE studies.
My thanks go to Mr Bernice, Head of History at Berkeley Campus and to the drivers of the cars. The students really enjoyed working with other Focus campuses and we hope to organise more cross-campus events in the future.