Geysers, waterfalls, volcanos...Charter students are inspired in Iceland
Charter students enjoyed a truly inspirational trip to Iceland over Easter, visiting some unique and extraordinary places. Geography students in Years 11, 12 and 13 visited the beautiful waterfalls Seljaland and Skogafoss; witnessed an explosive eruption at Strokkur geyser, and swam in the world famous Blue Lagoon in the middle of a 900 year old lava field. Students explored the famous Solheimajokull glacier and visited the notorious Eyjafjallajokull volcano. In the Thingvellir National Park they had the unique experience of standing in the only place in the world where the Mid Atlantic ridge is visible above the sea. Finally they enjoyed the extraordinary Northern Lights - an unforgettable experience. The trip was led by Ms Emily Watson, with help from Ms Jennifer Kempster, Ms Helen Bradley and Mr Matt Spaul.