GCSE Geography Field Trip to Lyme Regis

GCSE Geography Field Trip to Lyme Regis

This week, Year 11 Geographers undertook the fieldwork component of their GCSE course in Lyme Regis, Dorset. Undertaking fieldwork is an essential part of geography and students had been busy generating interesting research questions that could be addressed. The budding scholars had the opportunity to study one of three domains of geography: The human side  (e.g. importance of tourism to the local economy), human/physical (e.g. coastal defence mechanisms and their effectiveness), and the physical (longshore drift and fossils). Having returned, students will now set about processing their data and writing up research findings. Who knows? Perhaps some will unearth hitherto unknown things about the geography of the south west.

Released On 7th Mar 2019

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