Newer Post Older Post Home. Posted by Mr Davis at Although hard work was needed and completed by the students there was always time to relax and have fun as illustrated below: Proof of the groynes effectively minimising erosion in Swanage Bay. I would like to extend my gratitude to the Wide Horizon staff who supported the students and staff with a high standard of professionalism and excellence.
Benga chilling on a sand dune. Students studying in the classroom after a day in the field. The famous Jurassic coastline landform Old Harry’s Rock. The article cannot be complete without a personal appreciation of the exceptional work of the students who have made the trip for the teachers. Newer Post Older Post Home. Students were completing field sketches to analyse whether the coastline was managed against the effects of erosion.
This excursion involved collecting data to prove or disprove this hypothesis. Newer Post Older Post Home. Landforms along the Jurassic coastline that the students visited. We would be sure to recommend this trip to other schools and future students.
SPA Geog# Where’s_your_next_classroom?: SPA Geog FIRST National Coursework trip to Swanage
After a exhausting 5 hour journey the students conducted their first piece of data collection in the picturesque landscape of Bbay Bay. To find out more subscribe to: Mass with a Swanage Church on Sunday.
This is the ethos behind the Geography department’s decision to take 74 students away in Year I would like to extend my gratitude to the Wide Horizon staff who supported the students and staff with a high standard of professionalism and excellence.
Groynes not only collecting sand but Lawals aswell! Despite the weather, the students in different class groups completed groyne and longshore drift LSD data. Also the staff members, who without them the trip would not have run or been as easy to enjoy Mrs Gregory and Mr Pinkerton.
Are you completing your coursework on Studland Bay? – Living Coast
Posted by Mr Davis at Emmanuel and Yves-Michel collecting geographical data stydland their coursework. Benga chilling on a sand dune. Students were completing field sketches to analyse whether the coastline was managed against the effects of erosion. Please do not assume that this trip was all about work. Please see the blog for all upcoming bya this term from Year The students did get time to relax as emphasized abovewhich can also be seen by students relaxing on the the assault course with me.
Please see selfies from Mrs Cooper and my class below! Year 10 SPA Geography- a fantastic testament to the academy.
All of the work completed through the day was consolidated in the evening in the classroom. The students collated the data in various graphs and analysed the trends to whether it supported the hypothesis.
The aim of groyne data was to assess whether the management structures were effective at trapping sand, coursewoork creating a beach that absorbs the power of the waves.
Lateef had the right idea when it started to downpour! Students studying in the classroom after a day in the field.
Studland Bay, Dorset
The data collection at the different sites was later written up in the classroom and analysed. Have a look at what the students got up to on their coursework excursion. Proof of the groynes effectively minimising erosion in Coursewokr Bay.
The students continued their collection of data with exploring Swanage Bay and the surrounding area to test whether the management structures implemented along this stretch of the coastline stopped or reduced erosion effectively. The students saw an array of different Geography landforms that we had studied in class: After a successful year of a Shanty Town project at Downe, winning the illustrious trip to Wales, and experiencing the high-quality lectures from Citizens UK and Peabody, for Year 10 Geography it concluded in Swanage!
The famous Jurassic coastline landform Old Harry’s Rock.
xtudland From the photos you can understand why it has the label of ‘outstanding beauty’ as the views were stunning and even the weather was sunny! Yes the students worked extremely hard and were a testament to the Geography department and the academy, however there was always time for exploration and high jinx!
I would studlandd to thank the Geography department Miss Gaffney, Miss Mallon and Mrs Cooper for their hard work in making this trip a success.