A Scenic Geography Trip

Year 10 Geographers spent a wonderful sunny day in Hunstanton recently conducting three coastal studies. First, the pupils measured the rate of longshore drift over a 20m stretch. This was followed by a beach profile study: investigating the different layers of the beach including the type of sediment, gradient, and cliffs. Finally, they investigated the effect of the groynes in Hunstanton, measuring the deposited sediment and more. All of the pupils worked very hard, and enjoyed their well-earned fish & chips and ice cream at the end of the day.