humanities

Coleg yn croesawu gwestai o Ymddiriedolaeth Addysgol yr Holocost

Yn ddiweddar clywodd grŵp o ddysgwyr Hanes U2 dystiolaeth gan oroeswr yr Holocost, Eva Clarke BEM, fel rhan o ymweliad a drefnwyd gan Ymddiriedolaeth Addysgol yr Holocost (HET).

Fe wnaethon nhw hefyd gymryd rhan mewn sesiwn holi ac ateb i’w galluogi i ddeall natur yr Holocost yn well ac archwilio ei wersi yn fwy manwl. Roedd yr ymweliad yn rhan o Raglen Allgymorth helaeth HET trwy gydol y flwyddyn, sydd ar gael i ysgolion ledled y DU.

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A Level and GCSE Humanities

College welcomes guest from the Holocaust Educational Trust

A group of A2 History learners recently heard testimony from Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke BEM as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).

They also took part in a Q&A session to enable them to better understand the nature of the Holocaust and to explore its lessons in more depth. The visit was part of the HET’s extensive all year round Outreach Programme, which is available to schools across the UK.

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A Level and GCSE Humanities

Creative writing competition is a winner

Gower College Swansea has held a creative writing competition to which all AS English students were invited to submit entries consisting of short stories, dramatic monologues or opening chapters. The entries were judged by Jeanne-Marie Williams, English lecturer, who had organised the competition, who was delighted with the standard of work submitted.

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A Level and GCSE Humanities

Students hit the Big Apple!

A group of Gower College Swansea A level students headed to New York for a recent field trip.

The 39 students from A level Geography, Politics and World Development courses visited the Big Apple from Monday 3rd to Saturday 8th March and packed a lot in to the 5 day trip! Along with sightseeing some of the city’s most iconic landmarks the students were able to study migration and sustainability in New York as well as tour the United Nations headquarters, Capitol Hill and watch a live vote in the American Senate.

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A Level and GCSE Humanities
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