Over half term, the Geography department ran an incredible trip to Iceland with 30 wonderful students.
Lead by Mr Moran and supported by Mr O’Rourke, Miss Grimward and Mrs Ohlsson, the group spent four days exploring glaciers, swimming in the secret lagoon, walking to (and through!) waterfalls, witnessing the eruption of geothermal hot springs, and collecting lava rocks at the site of a recently erupted volcano. They were even lucky enough to witness one of the most spectacular sights in the world: the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights.
It was an incredibly successful and memorable trip, and an extremely exciting learning experience for all.