TEACHERS from Sheffield journeyed to Iceland in a mission to discover more about the country’s challenging landscape.
Information from the trip - co-led by Julie Jordan from Sheffield Hallam University - will be used to make maths and science more exciting for school pupils.
The 17-person team they spent a week visiting Iceland’s volcanoes, geysers and measuring temperatures of hot springs.
Julie, from Hallam’s science education centre - said: “The trip to had a real scientific purpose.
Teachers spent a week at Haukadalur Geothermal area, home to some of the world’s best geysers.