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Successful Lower Sixth Geography Field Trip

31 Jan

Our Lower Sixth Geographers very much enjoyed their residential field trip to the Yorkshire Wolds.

They visited the excellent Cranedale Centre at Kirby Grindalythe near Malton, from Tuesday 24 to Friday 27 January to conduct field studies on costal places including measuring beach profiles as well as exercises in planning and carrying out small scale projects and investigating housing and land use, all important for their A-level studies.

As well as working in and around the Field Centre, they visited Flamborough Head, the Holderness Coast and Scarborough Town. The weather treated them fairly, staying dry and for the most part bright and the students worked hard to collect and analyse their data. As always, the trip was an invaluable learning experience that will assist them all in completing their important NEA coursework.