After quickly gathering their timetables and some prefect's badges on the first day of term, our Year 11 geographers headed north in the new school minibus.
After investigating coastal management on the Holderness coast they settled into their rooms at the Cranedale Centre, near Malton, North Yorkshire. Over the four days, they spent very little time in them as their timetable was packed with data collection for their controlled assessments on Rivers and Settlements and follow-up sessions in the classrooms. They adapted well to the 12 hour teaching day, even though it was the weekend!
The spectacular cliffs of Flamborough Head were the last stop before the drive back on Sunday afternoon. The girls have more work ahead of them as they have 20 hours to complete their enquiries on their chosen topic.