On Wednesday our Senior School pupils visited Paris with the French department. Spring has definitely sprung there with t-shirt weather taking them pleasantly a bit by surprise! The sun shone as they walked around the sites of central Paris with Mr Medhurst enriching the day with his detailed knowledge of the history and architecture of the city.
They ate in a classic French bistro and visited Galeries Lafayette, where there is a spectacular view of the city. Paris was its beautiful and elegant self and much enjoyed by all on the trip.

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