Published on Wednesday, 29 March 2017 11:14
Over the February half term, 42 gallant Geographers travelled to Italy as part of the Geography Department's annual international residential to Italy.
Volcanic highlights included scaling the summit of Mount Vesuvius and exploring the ancient ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum- Roman towns destroyed by the 79AD eruption.
We explored the carved coastline of Capri and enjoyed the stunning views at the Arco Naturalè. We spent our final day following in the footsteps of the famous Gladiators at the Coliseum in Rome.
Our year 11 Geographers were a credit to themselves and to McAuley and proved that with Geography you really can go places!