Geography field trip to Iceland
Over February half-term Fourth Form Geographers were fortunate to have the opportunity to visit Iceland where they visited the top Icelandic attractions along the south coast including the famous black beaches, glaciers, volcanoes and waterfalls. The students learnt about geothermal energy at the power plant near Reykjavik and the lovely Icelandic guide brought every location to life with his knowledge and informative stories.
The weather was typically Icelandic; a good mix of bright and sunny sub-zero temperatures with snow followed quickly by warmer Atlantic weather with cloud and rain. The students had the trip of a life time with many saying it was their best trip ever! They were a delightful group, interested and enthusiastic, and it was a wonderful trip for all.