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Davison CE High School for Girls to Jaén, 19th – 23rd October 2017


38 Davison girls and their 4 teachers spent 5 days immersing themselves in Spanish culture in October this year.  They jumped into the Spanish way of life by getting to know students from IES Fuente de la Peña and by visiting historical places of interest such as the Castillo de Santa Catalina in Jaén and the Alhambra palace in Granada.  The trip was rounded off by a very interesting walking tour of Madrid by the enigmatic Enrique!

‘The Madrid walking tour was so engaging and exciting!’ 

‘So glad I went.  The whole experience was educational and fun.  I would recommend it 100%.

‘The Tour Reps made the learning really fun!’

‘I loved the Science Park.  The bird show especially.’

‘Such an informative, outstanding, educational trip full of opportunities.  You get to meet amazing people and it was the best trip yet.’

Davison CE High School for Girls to Berlin, 10th – 14th July 2017


40 Davison girls and their 4 teachers spent an amazing 5 days visiting the capital city of Germany and getting an in-depth look into it’s history, culture and language. 

Highlights included meeting students from Bettina-von-Arnim-Schule and getting to know them through bilingual games in the park, a camera challenge along the East Side Gallery and social events such as bowling and a meal out.  The group also enjoyed visiting The Berlin Zoo, The Reichstag and Sachsenhasen.  Tour Guide Maria brought these places alive with her vivid, thoughtful explanations.

Here is what some of the Davison girls had to say about the trip:

‘Our Rep, Tom, was really engaging and it was easy to ask him questions.’  Lara.

‘We had great fun with the German students.  Such a laugh!  Victoria

‘I found the concentration camp really interesting.’  Eden

‘The Scavenger Hunt was extremely funny.  I loved it!  Erin

Bexhill Academy to Le Touquet, 28th – 30th June 2017


A group of 30 Bexhill Academy students spent 3 days in the North of France immersing themselves in French culture; from making a croissant to eating snails!  They had a great time getting to know their French pen friends from collège Maxence van der Meersch during the bilingual school activities and the bowling afternoon.

Mrs Lindsay, the trip leader, was really pleased to see how well her students interacted with the French youngsters.  It really brought the language alive for them and it was lovely to see the group grow in confidence over the course of the trip.

A la prochaine!

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