Iceland InspiresPosted on: May 10th 2017
Year 10 GCSE Geography students have recently returned from a visit to Iceland, experiencing some of the country’s most famous sights: the Blue Lagoon, the Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Station and Reynishverfi, famous for its black volcanic beaches and basalt columns. The combination of natural wonders and Norse culture, proved an intriguing blend which inspired students and enriched their GCSE studies.
Talking about the visit, Mr Parker, Head of Geography commented “Iceland is well known for its raw physical geography and both students and staff were captivated by the natural wonders of this incredible country.” The Blue Lagoon and Gullfoss waterfall were clear favourites for many students with one commenting “The waterfall was breath-taking and the views were outstanding. It’s been the best trip I have ever been on.”