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Pupils from Stamford Endowed Schools travel to Iceland to experience its natural geographical




Nearly 70 pupils from Stamford Endowed Schools travelled to Iceland for a five-day trip to experience its natural geographical features.

This is the fourth year that pupils from Stamford have undertaken the trip, which helps them explore, in real-life, the content of their GCSE topics including tectonics, the impact of climate change and coastal landforms.

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Pupils were also given time to relax in the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon which is set amongst a landscape of black lava.

James Mitchell, geography teacher at Stamford School, said: “All the students were fantastic on the trip and got to see the wonder of geography in action.”

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