Wednesday 10th November 2010 by C. Freeman
Year 12 students visited north Norfolk to look at coastal features as part of their A Level coursework. The 11 students visited Overstrand, Sheringham and Cley Next The Sea on a day-long tour.
Mr Bidwell said: ‘The purpose of the trip was to get an idea of, and appreciation for, the coastal management strategy and structures such as spits, groynes and seawalls that make up the landscape. Students also looked at succession, which is the way that plant life varies from a seaside location to those further inland. The students gathered data that they used in follow-up work.‘