Have you ever wondered what boarders do during school breaks? During our last half-term break Stanborough International School and Stanborough Boarding School joined forces to organise a variety of activities and trips. On Sunday 24 October our boarders visited Cadbury World to discover the delicious history of chocolate! In the afternoon, the history theme continued. This time, the boarders used their chocolate-fuelled energy to explore Warwick Castle, a medieval castle developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. It was a great day out!
But that wasn’t all! On Monday 25 October, our boarders visited one of the most famous megalithic monuments in the world: Stonehenge. It was a such a windy day, but they managed not to fly away like Mary Poppins. In the afternoon, another surprise awaited: a visit to Bath. The students had the opportunity to explore the beautiful Roman Baths and even to do some shopping. It was a fantastic school break, how will we ever top it?