Students of History of Art and Drama A Level enjoyed a fun-packed educational trip to New York this week.

What an amazing trip the History of Art and Drama students have enjoyed in New York during their first week of the Easter holidays.

After visiting the Guggenheim Museum, the girls went on to Times Square and sat for the portrait artists there. This was followed by a trip to the fascinating Ancient Egyptian Temple and Mummification Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The next day, the students started uptown, at the home of 10 time Tony Award winner and legendary Broadway Producer Manny Azenberg. He told extraordinary stories of his fascinating life and then the students enjoyed an inspirational discussion on the impact of social change within the evolution of British and American theatre.

Meanwhile, at the Neue Galerie on Museum Mile, the History of Art students explored German expressionism through some truly stunning works of art.

Later on, a fabulous evening was spent on Broadway seeing Beetlejuice which was hilariously clever with outstanding performances.

Students also enjoyed a sunny trip on a Circle Line sightseeing boat cruise of Manhattan yesterday.