LC3 RS and Biology trip to Oxford

On Wednesday 21st February, LC3 girls visited Oxford for the annual Religious Studies and Biology field trip. 

The girls visited the Oxford Museum of Natural History, where they were shown examples of animals who had developed specific adaptations in order to survive their habitats. They then had an opportunity to explore the iconic museum, with its Victorian Gothic architecture and splendid glass roof. 

They also visited the Ashmolean Museum, where girls could explore the different ways Christianity and Hinduism have demonstrated their beliefs and practices through art.

Finally, the girls took part in a debate workshop, building up to staging a debate to the motion 'This House believes that science is incompatible with faith'. The two sides were argued very well, helped by Guild members Sydney Sopher and Cordelia Barnes, who both study Philosophy at Oxford.

Mr Forward-Davies, Second in RS & Philosophy