On Wednesday 21st November 2018, a group of Year 10 art students visited the Natural History Museum as part of their studies on skeletons. This was in preparation for the upcoming work in Leonardo Da Vinci’s anatomical drawings, in their natural forms unit.
Students visited the dinosaur section to take photos of interesting parts of these prehistoric beasts, and also checked out the fossils and human evolution displays.
All students conducted themselves in an exemplary manner and were a credit to the school. Students took some excellent photos which they will utilise in their art sketchbooks. The trip was highly beneficial and it was also nice for students to enjoy the architecture of the museum.