Whilst other Sixth Form students enjoyed the last remaining days of their holidays, fifteen intrepid Upper Sixth Geographers embarked on an enjoyable field trip to Studland Dunes on the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coastline in Dorset to collect data for their NEA coursework project. The NEA is an independent investigation project which equates to 20% of their Geography A Level.
The Geographers were kept busy on their residential collecting samples, diversity checking and measuring the many undulations of the dunes. Fortunately, they were also blessed with some lovely clear weather, which certainly helped during their night walk and star-gazing evening.
All students worked tremendously hard and have placed themselves in a great position to produce a high-quality project – the work starts here!