During the final week of school, our students were treated to a series of exciting outdoor activities.
The Y11 students embarked on a delightful adventure through the scenic trails of Kampinoski National Park.
Their goal was to dip themselves in the park's diverse ecosystems, cherish the rich biodiversity, and let go of the stresses of the school year.
As they trekked almost 9.000 km, students discovered intriguing boar trails, witnessed the busy work of woodpeckers, and even spotted bioindicator and invasive species along the way!
The park became a classroom, offering valuable insights into the delicate balance of nature.
The A Level Biology students conducted field practical by measuring soil pH. It was a hands-on learning experience, allowing them to apply their knowledge in a real-world setting.