Our year 11 GCSE Religious Education group visited Holy Trinity Church in Newcastle Emlyn in preparation for their mock exam in December. They were greeted at the Church by Revd Viv and were given opportunities to explore the church, learning more about the internal features like the font, altar, lectern, pulpit and stained glass windows. Elevated to the dignity of a Parish Church in 1843, pupils were able to develop their knowledge and understanding of Christianity through this church experience. There was also a chance to see the communion bread & wine, plus a mini mock wedding. Pupils even examined the headstones of graves in the church grounds. Mr.Richard Evans (Head of RE) supervised the visit. Pupils appreciated the opportunity to visit a local Church and returned with improved confidence in their ability to speak and write about a Christian place of worship.