Year 8 Geography Field Trip to Norfolk
Students in Year 8 had the amazing opportunity to visit North Norfolk two weeks ago for a long weekend of fieldwork.
Students in Year 8 had the amazing opportunity to visit North Norfolk two weeks ago for a long weekend of fieldwork. In Humanities we love students to live our subjects, and it was so true that this weekend embodied our vision for success in Geography.
This trip was brilliant, and the students were such great ambassadors for the school. The centre staff praised them for the attentiveness and quality questions which kept them on their toes; Ambitious Learning at its finest!
We were learning about the erosion of the cliffs, the changing fluvial dynamics of river systems and the impact of tourism on areas.
In addition to all the learning we also got to make memories as well such as mud walking, swimming, boating and a Geography movie night!
Quite a lot for the weekend and one I must say, the students excelled out. Please ask them about the cliffs at Happisburgh, the impact on people or how the River Glaven changed from source to mouth or maybe, how did it feel to get into the river or walk in mud!