Year 11 Geography trip to Sheringham
The geography department took one hundred Year 11 pupils to the North Norfolk coast for three days. The purpose of the fieldtrip was to collect data for their controlled assessment, the main focus of which is to investigate coastal defences.
Sheringham, a heavily defended town, was the main location. However, a comparison was made with Happisburgh to show students land literally falling into the sea.
Students also had the opportunity to take a boat trip out to the end of Blakeney Point to see the seal colonies that inhabit this incredibly beautiful geographical area.
Miss Ingham, Head of Geography, described the trip as 'A great success - a wonderful trip for pupils to combine academic curriculum studies and extra-curricular experiences'.