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Iceland 2020

21 February 2020 | Tagged: Senior School, Trips

Nearly 50 pupils Third and Fourth Year pupils ventured north to Iceland over the February break, taking the opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes and captivating geographical features of 'The Land of Ice and Fire'.

The party had the chance to walk on the Sólheimajökull glacier and experience the numerous natural phenomena of Iceland including geysers, waterfalls, geothermal parks and the stunning beaches at Vik and Dyrholaey.

Pupils even squeezed in a history lesson, exploring Pingvellir, the site of the first Icelandic Parliament, and experienced the heat of real lava being poured at the Lava Experience, venturing underground to explore lava tunnels and learning about all things volcanic at the LAVA multimedia museum.

Takk Iceland!

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