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In March, 30 Wyke students studying Criminology, Law, and Biology will be heading to New York for an action backed tour of the city that never sleeps. This will be the 15th year our students have visited this fantastic city.
Staying in the heart of Manhattan, each subject group will experience the “Big Apple” from a bespoke curriculum perspective. Criminology and Law students will visit the 911 Museum, the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and take in a walking crime tour of Hell’s Kitchen. An opportunity to liaise with the courts and a police precinct are also being explored. Biology students will look at the city from an environmental perspective with trips to the Battery Park Urban Farm, the city’s High Line regeneration, and Central Park Zoo.
Over a busy 6 days, collectively the group will also tick-off all the tourist hotspots and classic Instagram locations including walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, going to the top of the Rockefeller Centre for an amazing panoramic view of the skyline, and enjoying the Broadway production of “Wicked”.
It’s going to be epic.