Denstone College has a long history of offering Sixth Form students the opportunity to take a month long overseas expedition to third world countries where they engage in community projects as well as trekking and sightseeing. Recent trips have been to the Galapagos Islands, Ladakh and Bolivia. 

This year is no exception, in 2018 pupils are heading to Tanzania where they will all dive in Zanzibar, complete a reef clearance project, trek in the foothills of Kilimanjaro and take part in 7 day construction projects in Massai villages.

In Bolivia in 2016 the pupils re-established an old Inca Trail in a small village on the banks of Lake Titicaca as well as visiting the Uyuni salt flats and trekking from 5000m down through the rain forest to 1000m.

Denstone College values its relationship with True Adventure, an expedition provider helping our pupils enjoy life changing experiences, developing the skills to summit physical metaphorical mountains in life.