Last week, the Year 10 Geographers travelled down to the Dorset coastline to look at how sand dunes changed over a transect of 300m or so.
Students used quadrats, temperature probes and anemometers to investigate the changing landscape and consider reasons for it.
On both occasions the students were truly exemplary, taking their time to conduct their research accurately and with care.
They were a true credit to themselves and the school. Well done Geographers!
Mrs Musgrove, Head of Year 10 & Teacher of Geography