Iceland trip gives Geography pupils once-in-a-lifetime experiences

Geography pupils on Iceland trip

Five days in the world’s northernmost capital city marked the beginning of the summer for 33 of our pupils as they headed to Iceland on a Geography field trip.

The geographers, from the fourth year through to the lower sixth form, were based in Reykjavík and enjoyed some spectacular scenery as they ventured further afield to study tectonics and glaciation.

The trip gave the pupils dozens of new experiences. As well as a walk along a canyon, visits to a glacier and lava fields, they also swam in the Blue Lagoon and saw first-hand how Iceland’s recent volcanic eruptions have reshaped its landscape.

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