On Wednesday the 3rd of July, 12 Post-16 students visited London to see the sights, soak up the atmosphere of the nation’s capital and visit the annual British Anthropology Day at the British Museum. On Wednesday students visited a range of iconic sights including Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street and The London Dungeons.
On Thursday students visited London’s number one attraction, according to London’s official tourist guide, The British Museum. The museum is home to artefacts about culture and history from all over the world. The museum played host to a university open day about the study of Anthropology. Students from the Academy joined with students from all other the country to take part in and range of fascinating lectures and workshops including “A Walk on the Dark Side:” human nature and the attraction of death, disaster and catastrophe’, and How Culture Changed Genetic Evolution – and vice-versa.