On the 17th of January, the Year 12 Politics and History students visited the House of Commons.
The visit began with a tour of the House of Lords, where they observed political discussions.
Students experienced some enriching historical traditions, such as seeing the Speaker of the House walking in with the ceremonial mace, a tradition going back to the 17th century.
This enlightening day in Westminster ended with the students watching the Rwanda Bill being debated in the House of Commons. What an incredible experience!