Sitting on the longest bench in the world, senior pupils take a break from touring Geneva's old town as part of a Study Week to learn about the UN and other agencies.
The group, led by Model UN coordinators Mrs Stewart and Mr McDougall, visited the UN's main offices and had lectures from senior staff about the role of the UN, as well as a powerful presentation by Médecins Sans Frontières.
Other highlights included the Red Cross Museum, a visit to CERN and a hike in the mountains overlooking Lake Geneva. There was plenty time for ice cream too!
"We packed a lot into the week, and I hope the trip has given the pupils an insight into the important work of the UN and other humanitarian agencies." said Mr McDougall.
Very well done to everyone involved in the successful trip!