Albyn School pupils visit land of ice and fire Iceland

More than 20 S2-5 pupils recently embarked on an unforgettable adventure in the captivating land of ice and fire – Iceland!

The trip was organised to enhance the School’s Geography curriculum and provided pupils with a chance to immerse themselves in Iceland’s breath-taking natural wonders. From geothermal springs to cooled lava flows, stunning waterfalls, and awe-inspiring glaciers, they explored it all!

They stayed in the Guesthouse Húsið (home) – not far from Eyjafjallajokull volcano that erupted in 2010 – and they also sampled traditional Icelandic food.

Mrs Webb, Head of Geography, said: “We searched the skies every evening for the Northern Lights but we were unlucky – we will need to go back!”

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