The day began with an intense revision session, looking at sample exam answers from previous GCSE papers and the pupils acting as examiners. This was followed by a fantastic re-enactment of what might have occurred if Hitler had lived through the end of WWII and stood trial for his crimes.
Pupils were asked to decide whether Hitler was guilty of crimes against the peace only, with crimes against humanity determined in a separate trial. Both sides of the argument were presented in an engaging and interactive manner, with the grand finale including the assassination of Hitler after he was found guilty by the jury but not sentenced.
A fantastic day was had by all, and the pupils felt that seeing the history they had learned in action was an extremely useful way to enhance their revision.