Latin Trip to Bath

On Wednesday 13th March, Upper Fourth students made the long journey to the historic town of Bath, where they toured the ancient ruins of Aquae Sulis and learnt about Roman and British culture of the time, as well as how the Romans influenced British society. They were able to see the original roman baths, the...

On Wednesday 13th March, Upper Fourth students made the long journey to the historic town of Bath, where they toured the ancient ruins of Aquae Sulis and learnt about Roman and British culture of the time, as well as how the Romans influenced British society. They were able to see the original roman baths, the remains of the temple that once stood, along with old statues and inscriptions. Students had time to explore the town and its many shops. The trip was a very enjoyable experience for all the Upper Fourths and they would like to thank their Latin teachers for facilitating this excellent trip!

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