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Year 11 Theatre Trip: ‘An Inspector Calls’

Year 11 Theatre Trip: ‘An Inspector Calls’


Anthony Carter
Anthony Carter
Year 11 Theatre Trip: ‘An Inspector Calls’

Last Friday, 45 Year 11 students travelled to Milton Keynes Theatre with Mr Carter, Miss Collins, Ms Court, Mrs Famili, Mr Burley, Mrs Hughes, Ms Gray and Ms Malik to watch an incredible production of J.B. Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ in preparation for their upcoming GCSE examinations.

Witnessing a live performance of the play allowed students to develop their understanding of the play’s key themes, characters, and plot. One student in 11 Elm said that seeing the production gave them a “fresh and new understanding of the development of  key characters in the play”.

I was incredibly proud of how our students presented themselves and acted throughout the evening. A member of the public even commented on the exemplary behaviour displayed by our students. They really embodied the school’s values and were excellent ambassadors for the school; they should be very proud. The students were such great ambassadors that our coach driver even said that he was going to volunteer to drive for future Bushey Meads trips!

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