York School takes students on a unforgettable trip to Americathe 9/11 memorial and museum. Thiswas a sombre and thought provokingexperience for all of us. After this, andOver the Easter holiday, a groupof 45 AS and A Level History andPolitics students from All Saints RCSchool enjoyed a trip to New York i complete contrast, we headed toand Washington DC. With a schedule the bright lights of Times Square fordesigned around visiting some of the dinner as the snow gently fellkey places that feature in our studies, The next day saw us taking thewe had a lot to get throughA coach from school and two BAflights later and we arrived in NewYork, somewhat weary but excitedto start our trip! After a few hoursof sleep in our hotel overlookingMadison Square Garden we set out on actually present at The March ona walking tour. It really is the best way Washington when Martin Luther Kingto see this iconic city, where every delivered his 'I Have a Dream' speech!corner reveals something incredible. Some free time in the city took a fewWalking across Brooklyn Bridgetowards Wall Street provided uswith the most amazing view of lower the group at the Empire State BuildingManhattan and from there we went to for an amazing night view of the citysubway to Harlem where we visitedthe Black Power Museum, a uniqueinsight in to the Civil Rights Movement.At the Centre for Social Innovationwe attended a talk by a veteran civilrights campaigner. Mark Levy wasof us to Central Park. Many photoopportunities later we met the rest ofA reluctant farewell to New Yorkfound us heading to Washingtonvia Gettysburg. As you mightexpect we made the most of thevisit taking in the sights includingthe White House, the Library ofCongress, the Supreme Courtand the Arlington NationalCemetery - visiting the graves ofJohn F Kennedy and Jackie.A huge political force but a smallercity, we were able to get aroundWashington relatively easily andeven managed to squeeze in aquick, but productive visit to ashopping mallAn amazing trip and one thatwe will never forget.45 AS and A Level History and Politics students from All Saints RCALL SAINTSofstedOutstandingFides | Caritas | UnitasFaith Love | UnityRIOMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL YORK

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York School takes students on a unforgettable trip to America the 9/11 memorial and museum. This was a sombre and thought provoking experience for all of us. After this, and Over the Easter holiday, a group of 45 AS and A Level History and Politics students from All Saints RC School enjoyed a trip to New York i complete contrast, we headed to and Washington DC. With a schedule the bright lights of Times Square for designed around visiting some of the dinner as the snow gently fell key places that feature in our studies, The next day saw us taking the we had a lot to get through A coach from school and two BA flights later and we arrived in New York, somewhat weary but excited to start our trip! After a few hours of sleep in our hotel overlooking Madison Square Garden we set out on actually present at The March on a walking tour. It really is the best way Washington when Martin Luther King to see this iconic city, where every delivered his 'I Have a Dream' speech! corner reveals something incredible. Some free time in the city took a few Walking across Brooklyn Bridge towards Wall Street provided us with the most amazing view of lower the group at the Empire State Building Manhattan and from there we went to for an amazing night view of the city subway to Harlem where we visited the Black Power Museum, a unique insight in to the Civil Rights Movement. At the Centre for Social Innovation we attended a talk by a veteran civil rights campaigner. Mark Levy was of us to Central Park. Many photo opportunities later we met the rest of A reluctant farewell to New York found us heading to Washington via Gettysburg. As you might expect we made the most of the visit taking in the sights including the White House, the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court and the Arlington National Cemetery - visiting the graves of John F Kennedy and Jackie. A huge political force but a smaller city, we were able to get around Washington relatively easily and even managed to squeeze in a quick, but productive visit to a shopping mall An amazing trip and one that we will never forget. 45 AS and A Level History and Politics students from All Saints RC ALL SAINTS ofsted Outstanding Fides | Caritas | Unitas Faith Love | Unity RIOMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL YORK

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