AGS Sixth Formers in Paris
A group of Allerton Grange School Sixth Form students travelled to Paris on 4 February, along with Miss Fisher, Miss Hartley, Mr Fisher and Mr Wicker.
They had a full itinerary exploring Paris, visiting the Latin Quarter, walking to Sacré Coeur, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs D’Élysées and the Musée du Louvre, taking a Batobus along the Seine to the Eiffel Tower and spending a day at Disneyland Paris.
The students had a brilliant time and Paris left a big impression on them:
“Paris was amazing! I loved the lively atmosphere around me and the people that I got to meet. That you for all the staff and Matt for organising such an adventurous and memorable week!” – Filipe.
“Paris was a beautiful place. Every day was full of excitement and adventures. Thank you to all the staff and Matt for organising it.” – Vaiva.
“It was an amazing experience! I’ve learnt so many new life skills.” – Sania .
“The Paris trip was fun, crazy, adventurous and exciting. Going on the metro was hard work but definitely worth it as we went to Disneyland, Eiffel Tower and the centre of Paris.” – Aaliyah.
“It was absolutely amazing! Everyone bonded so well. Whoever didn’t go now knows they missed out! We saw a different side to the teachers too. It’s fair to say we made memories for life – it was full of laughter and experiences.” – Khadija