13/04/2019 – Day 2 Reykjavík/ Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge/ Grundarfjarðarbær/ Mt. Kirkjufell – Iceland

A dreamless sleep we awoke from only for the prospect of our first full day in Iceland – tremendously exciting! We dined the buffet breakfast of Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík (by far the best thing the hotel had to offer) and began the extensive car journey, making a pit stop only once at Borgarbyggð to enjoyContinue reading “13/04/2019 – Day 2 Reykjavík/ Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge/ Grundarfjarðarbær/ Mt. Kirkjufell – Iceland”

12/04/2019 – Day 1 Luton Airport/ Keflavik Airport – Luton/ Iceland

I wish I could say the day started with a bang, but I must admit the holiday vibes had not settled upon me yet. Like any other weekday, I dragged myself out of bed, amid reminders of showering and packing from my parents. The hours ticked by, consisting of hasty packing and hurriedly flinging possessionsContinue reading “12/04/2019 – Day 1 Luton Airport/ Keflavik Airport – Luton/ Iceland”

Thirds Trip to Ledbury and The Malverns – KEHS

Wednesday 5th June brought lots of grins as we made our way to Ledbury, a small yet picturesque town in Herefordshire. We were split into groups and given around two hours to explore our surroundings, some collecting data from the busy high street to others peeking in at the renowned theatre. It was highly entertainingContinue reading “Thirds Trip to Ledbury and The Malverns – KEHS”

Geography Trip to Selly Oak – KEHS

It was with eager grins that we set out on 18th and 19th March, excited to see whatever met our eyes in Selly Oak (part of the inner city). Clipboards? Check. Suitable clothing? Check. Pen to make notes of observations with? Check. Like true geographers, we were ready to make new discoveries and put inContinue reading “Geography Trip to Selly Oak – KEHS”

3K’s Genetic Traits – KEHS

Leading up to Christmas, 3K were delighted to find that their final biology task was to research each other’s genetic traits. Firstly, we were shown examples of genetic traits such as cleft chins and handedness. Next, we formed small groups within the class, and brainstormed our ideas. The lab was a bustle of “How tallContinue reading “3K’s Genetic Traits – KEHS”