Esher College in Iceland In July 2016, 19 students and two members of staff, embarked on an amazing trip to Iceland as part of the Volunteer Abroad extension study. The trip was the culmination of 9 months of hard work, with students having to fundraise to pay for the trip throughout the year. Students travelled to the remote East of Iceland and volunteered in a beautiful village located in a fjord. The students worked extremely hard and undertook 5 days of environmental volunteer work. This included removing Alaskan lupins which are an invasive plant species, clearing up the local coastline and digging the foundations of a traditional Icelandic greenhouse. The group also took in the amazing and beautiful sites that Iceland has to offer, visiting waterfalls, glaciers and geysers. All of the students who took part in the trip were a credit to the College and should be really proud of what they achieved.