Iceland Visit

GCSE Geography pupils recently visited one of the most geographically fascinating countries in the world, Iceland! The many active volcanoes, cascading waterfalls, erupting geysers, breath-taking glaciers and geothermal features helps to explain why Iceland is known as the la ..

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A Level Natural History Museum Visit

A level Geographers spent a fantastic day in London looking at plate tectonics, volcanoes and earthquakes. They travelled inside the earth to experience what it was like to be in an earthquake and the disastrous impacts of tsunamis. An educational and action packed  ..

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Ecuador Summer 2016

In July, 13 Hove Park students went to Ecuador with Camps International on a life-changing trip. The trip consisted of digging 29 foundation holes, more cement being mixed and poured than I can count, 6,000 bricks moved, a whole school being painted, 10 English lessons be ..

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Iceland: Epic landscapes and snowball fights

A small but very enthusiastic group of Hove Park adventurers met early Sunday 27th March, waved parents off in the rain and touched down in a chilly Rekjavik. On arrival is seemed that despite the pre-trip advice, most pupils underestimated how cold Iceland is! Straight a ..

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