Year 13 Geographer's travelled to Spurn Head
On Monday 3rd April, Year 13 Geographer's travelled to Spurn Head.
Spurn is a unique depositional landform along the Holderness Coastline which also has a long history of interference from coastal management by humans. This has been used as a teaching case study for their unit of work on Coasts and was a fantastic opportunity to experience the landform and its processes in action, as well as applying their knowledge from the classroom to the environment. The sunshine was kind and our step count high!