Eswatini and Ecuador
Priestley’s Biology students enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime experience in two of the most ecologically diverse parts of the world.
Priestley took 20 students to Ecuador where they worked with conservationists and veterinarians to rehabilitate animals while a party of 13 travelled to Eswatini to learn about local culture, tracking animals and identifying species.
“It was the most incredible, eye-opening experience I have ever been a part of,” said former Penketh High pupil Sophie Weston, who spent her time in Ecuador.
Each trip was on location for nearly two weeks carrying out research, working with animals and absorbing local culture.