The River Thames outside DLD College London

Tag: history

A Level students discover Luxury and Power at British Museum exhibition

15th June 23

Year 12 Classics students went on a trip to the Luxury and Power: Persia to Greece exhibition at the British Museum on Thursday 15th June and will complete a material…

Spooky Sociology Trip to Clink Prison Museum

1st November 22

This week, Year 13 and Year 14 Sociology students studying Crime and Deviance, experienced the rich and gory history of the Clink Prison Museum, on the London Southbank. We learned…

A Level History London Library Research Trip

13th October 22

On Wednesday afternoon, as part of our institutional membership of the London Library, Greg Slysz and I took all of our A Level Year 13 History Students to a Research…

Walking tour of Elizabethan and Jacobean London

30th June 22

Simon Pearson, Head of English, led a group of English Literature Year 12 students on a walking tour of Elizabethan and Jacobean London. The first stop on our journey was…

GCSEs versus BTECs: Should you choose the traditional or progressive option?

9th March 22

When it comes to choosing which GCSE subjects to study at the end of Year 9, there’s a lot to consider. And with GCSEs currently under scrutiny, big changes are…

What are the Benefits of Boarding at a School in Central London?

5th October 21

If you’re considering applying to a boarding school or college in London, you may be wondering what you can expect? Whether you’re an international student looking to come to the…