The entire lower sixth went to see the innovative theatre production 'Licence to Kill?' on Tuesday 8 November.
"Aimed at 16 to 18 year olds in Kent and Medway a film of a crash in the local area has been specially recreated. As the drama unfolds and the emergency services arrive on the scene, the faces on film literally step onto stage. Pausing the film for a moment, they speak to the audience about their experiences, the reactions of the driver and passengers, the medical implications and how seeing such trauma affects them personally."
Although not part oftheir chosen A level, or intermediate level, courses 'Licence to Kill?' is one of those extra events that all sixth formers at Astor experience. There are few events as powerful as this and we are certain that its central message of 'You have a licence to drive, not a licence to kill' has saved the lives of many young drivers.