ORA pupils at Merton have been enjoying the practical element of their course with a visit to the Royal Courts of Justice in week 2.
Royal Courts of Justice
To facilitate their learning of law, pupils had an exciting excursion to the Royal Courts of Justice this week. Housed in an architecturally stunning building, students ensured they had pictures outside the beautiful structure to remember the occasion.
Once inside, pupils also had the opportunity to explore the courtrooms, gaining a better understanding of the judicial system in the UK as they did so. The trip was fascinating, and it was clear that it enabled students to gain a more coherent and comprehensive idea of law in the UK, enriching their educational experience.
At the end of week 1, ORA pupils at Merton decided to release some energy with a game of football. Volunteers quickly signalled their interest, some opting for defensive positions and others confidently striding to take the role of Striker.
Though some students decided that they would prefer to sit on the sidelines, they were no less involved as they cheered for both teams and created a buzzing atmosphere. An amusing evening of football and laughter ensured that students were able to have some downtime before lessons began again the following day.
Keep an eye on the blogs to see what else the ORA group at Merton get up to in their final week.