Tuesday, 9 October saw a select group of year 10 GCSE Religious Education students make the trip to Cadbury World in Birmingham. Highlighting the role of the Cadbury family in their work during the late 19th century went down without any problems.
Students learned how the Christian Quakers used their beliefs in God and their understanding of the Bible to provide both work and accommodation for the people in and around area the village of Bournville. It grew throughout the decades to the present day where it now houses over 25,000 people.
The Cadbury family have been hailed for their work in providing above and beyond what is required and are now held as a way in which all businesses could be run. Students throughout the day were exceptional showing superb behaviour, especially in light of more rowdy groups there on the day. Everybody certainly enjoyed two helpings of melted chocolate along with three other chocolate bars! A great time was had by all!