Year 7 students are off to Caerleon during June. But why Caerleon?
The fortress at Caerleon was built as a permanent base for one of the thirty Roman Legions scattered across the empire. The Second Legion Augusta, occupied the legionary fortress at Caerleon. It was named after the Emperor Augustus who raised it.
Humanities lessons in term 6 will focus on the Geography, History and RS relating to Caerleon and the impact of the Romans on the Britain.