All three 5th Year classes ventured to Boscastle this week as a part of their Geography GCSE fieldwork.
The pupils were there to study mitigating flood risks in the area. During their visit, they measured velocity, gradient and drew field sketches of flood management schemes. Some pupils showed great initiative in using their mobile phones as clinometers to help them with their investigations.
The 5th Years were all beautifully behaved and passers by commented how engaged the students were in their research. Well done to everyone who worked so hard in this valuable learning opportunity. A huge thank you to Mrs Wormald for these stunning photos and to all of the Geography team for making these trips possible.