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We talk to explorer Craig Mathieson about the Polar Academy, his project to incite 'inspiration through exploration'. Find out how this project is changing teenagers' lives and how you can support it!
After a highly successful expedition trip, with groups from Fettes College and Broughton High School, the 2017 Polar Academy group looked back on their experience of the expedition at a very special medal ceremony event.
With The Polar Academy setting off for their 2017 expedition, we're proud to be supporting the next generation of inspirational young leaders and explorers, with CEO Chris Tiso joining the board of trustees.
Polar explorer Craig Mathieson tests the Elliot Brown Bloxworth watch in the Arctic. Find out how it handled the rigours of temperature, timekeeping and training
Exhausted and exalted, ten teenagers flew back into Glasgow Airport on Thursday (7 April) having completed a life changing 10 day, 100km arctic expedition with the charity, The Polar Academy.
After months of tough physical training, ten teenagers from Edinburgh will fly out to Greenland from Glasgow Airport this morning (Friday 25 March) for the start of what promises to be a life changing experience.
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