On Thursday 7 March, a large group of A Level psychology students from Hucknall Sixth Form Centre visited two museums in London to further their understanding of psychological theories.
In the morning they visited the Freud Museum, home of famous psychologists Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna Freud. This included an interesting tour round the house, including Freud’s study where we saw his famous couch, followed by a discussion led by the education officer. He was extremely impressed with the insightful and engaging questions that our students asked.
In the afternoon the group then went to the Natural History Museum to visit the Human Biology section – this contains a wide range of interactive exhibits on the topic of memory which was great for revision.
It was a fantastic day and the students were a real credit to HSFC.