Year 7 Geography Field Trip:
Year 7 spent a glorious Thursday morning exploring part of the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. The geographers were learning about the dynamic character of our local coast as part of their unit of work about coastal erosion and flooding.
The pupils started the day with a boat trip out to Blakeney Point. This was a great opportunity to see how The Point is continuously changing through the process of longshore drift and understand why this reserve is internationally recognised.
Head of Geography, Mr King, said: “We have so many great examples on our doorstep and geography should be about getting out to explore and investigate these topics. We also enjoyed meeting the National Trust and finding out about how they manage this area before we finished with some seal spotting.”