From exploring Borneo to ghyll scrambling in Grasmere, Stockport Grammar pupils will return to school refreshed in September following an action packed summer trips programme.
Second Year pupils spent four days in the Lake District embarking on a host of exciting activities such as canyoning, canoeing, raft building and ghyll scrambling.
Sixth Formers spent three weeks in Borneo volunteering and exploring the country’s ancient rainforest and unique wildlife as well as completing a scuba diving qualification.
Pupils from all year groups enjoyed a highly successful Music tour of the Rhineland in Germany which saw them perform in Cologne Cathedral. Girls and boys also staged traditional concerts at the Pfarrkirche in Zeltingen-Rachtig and Kurpavillon in Bad Münster.
Physics pupils travelled to Geneva in Switzerland to visit CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, home of the Large Hadron Collider.