5th November 2019
On Tuesday 8th October we departed early for Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex where we conducted Geography fieldwork. We were blessed with sunshine, and appreciated using technical equipment to measure the beach profile. We split into groups and used additional methods to investigate how effectively the beautiful sandy beach is managed. We also visited the unmanaged wave cut platform where we discovered fossils, including a shark’s tooth. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our day in the outdoor classroom and greatly improved our knowledge and understanding of coastal processes.
By Eliana Wolfson
The Brampton Green Committee was formed as a Student Council sub-committee, but it has become much more than that. It’s...