STUDENTS from a school in Wallasey have taken a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the capital of Iceland.

68 Year 10 and 13 students from St Mary’s Catholic College enjoyed a four-day trip to the home of the Northern Lights over the February half term.

Ran by the geography department, the trips included jam-packed itineraries, which saw students soak up Reykjavik’s sights and unique experiences.

Kevin Maddocks, headteacher at St Mary’s Catholic College, said: “Our mission is to ensure all students develop individual excellence, embrace opportunities, and build communities with the Gospel values at its heart.


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