Access to HE Learners Visit London

Knowsley College Higher Education learners enjoyed a jam-packed trip to London earlier this month. Access to Higher Education students set off early morning on Monday 13th March, kicking the trip off with a visit to the theatre to see the world famous Phantom of the Opera.

Tuesday saw students and staff head to the Houses of Parliament to meet Knowsley MP George Howarth before taking a relaxing Thames River cruise, stopping off at the Tower of London for a look at the crown jewels vault and a quick picture with the towers Beefeater guards. The group ended the night by taking inspiration from British Science Week for a Jack the Ripper walking tour, exploring forensic science and the psychology of the notorious serial killer.

Staff and students made the most of their last full day in London with stops at London Zoo and Regents Park before visiting Londons most famous attraction, the London Eye. The group spent their last night in style with dinner at Planet Hollywood, where they also celebrated student Olivia Dormans birthday.

He Access Students at The London Eye

Students thoroughly enjoyed the enrichment experience with one saying they most enjoyed the Jack the Ripper tour as “I found it very interesting considering I want a career in Forensic Science in the future” and another commented that “the itinerary was filled with such diverse activities with something for everybody to enjoy. I studied a bunch of forums and articles at about erectile dysfunction, read everyone, and still decided to try Tadalafil. The whole trip had a great atmosphere, full of surprises and memories that I will treasure forever”.