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7AC Cambridge: Day 5

Graduation Time, a Treasure Hunt and The Backs

Our last day at language school started off with a presentation of the surveys we conducted the day before. After discussing some of our surveys‘ findings, we played some more games and tested our knowledge about all the things we‘ve learned this week. After the games it was ‘graduation time’ for us: We received our certificates from our language teachers in a big ceremony room and took group fotos afterwards. Next we discussed our plans for the rest of the day before we went to lunch.

We met again in the afternoon to go on an interactive treasure hunt in the Fitzwilliam Museum. The Fitzwilliam Museum is the arts and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge and was founded in 1816. It has five departments: Antiquities, Applied Arts, Coins and Medals, Manuscripts and Printed Books, and Paintings, Drawings and Prints. In the museum, we divided ourselves into four groups. Armed with our mobile phones and a scavenger hunt app we started to treasure hunt through the museum, investigating and learning about the different exhibits.

When all the groups were finished, we went for a city walk visiting The Backs, where several colleges of the University of Cambridge back on to the River Cam. This walk led us past the backs of Peterhouse College, Queen’s College, King’ a College, St John’s College and Trinity College and also led us over the famous Mathematical Bridge, which we had already punted under on Thursday.

We ended our walk at the language school and everyone was free to do what they wanted for the evening. Even though some of us were tired and their feet hurt after the walk, it was a nice day once again.


- Corinna Polt, 7C



Für den Inhalt dieses Artikels verantwortlich: Mag. Sabine Lamezan
erstellt: Sa, 22. Sep 2018, 10:28:52
letzte Änderung: So, 23. Sep 2018, 10:43:50