After the rather disappointing weather that we have been experiencing for the past few days here in Cambridge, we can gladly say that the sun has finally returned for the beginning of our final week at Peterhouse.
With only four days of our program left, there is no time to waste and our students have been doing a whole host of activities both within and outside of their classes, ensuring that every last moment is taken advantage of.
Social psychology embraced the weather and took their learning outside of the classroom to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. This impressive display contained a number of old British Air Force aircraft, and took the opportunity to contextualise wartime periods with social-psychological theories. Aside from the complex subjects being discussed, the ex-aerodrome provides a wonderful backdrop for exploring.
As a break from a hard day studying, a number of our students were able to experience a traditional pub lunch at the Granta pub on the river Cam with their staircase mentors. The Granta is a wonderful local establishment that serves some of the finest pub grub in the city- all enjoyed it!
Studio Art also visited the Yoko Ono exhibit at The Heong Gallery in Downing College to muse over the wonderful nature themed exhibition. The class were drawing inspirations for their final showcase pieces, and what better a place to do so.
Alongside classes, several exciting activities were also organised, including the likes of a football tournament and bowling. Our students appeared to enjoy it thoroughly and took part in their masses.
We’re looking forward to our last day of classes tomorrow before our showcases and final works are revealed!
Admin team love xo