Geography GCSE students are being given the opportunity to visit Norfolk as part of their studies.
Letters have been sent out to families this week inviting them to go on the residential trip in February to Overstrand as part of the course's syllabus.
All Geography GCSE students are being encouraged to attend the three day trip with the fieldwork forming a vital part of the student’s coursework.
In the letter it stated the importance of the trip: “Fieldwork is a vital part of Geography that helps turns words into pictures. It is quite clear that past experiences have greatly enhanced students learning.”
The trip also allows for the students to collect data and information from the coastal location that is needed for a controlled assessment, which is worth 25 per cent of their final GCSE grade.
Deposits for the trip of £20 are required by no later than Friday 25th September. Deposits can be paid at the school office or via Wisepay.
Read the full letter on the letters page.
For more information contact geography teacher, Mr Matthew Fowler on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture from last year's Norfolk trip.